Fadjur

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Fadjur
BreedArabian
SireFadheilan
Grandsire*Fadl
DamBint Sahara
Maternal grandsireFarawi
SexStallion
Foaled1952
CountryUnited States
BreederHarry Linden
OwnerMarge Tone
Last updated on: March 13, 2008.

Fadjur, Foaled April 12, 1952, died 1983, was an Arabian horse who was bred in Spokane, Washington and resided in Stockton, California. A bay stallion, he was nicknamed "The Fabulous Fadjur" and sired numerous progeny from the Jack Tone Ranch over a thirty-year period.[1]

He was a prolific breeder of champion horses,[1] and is the maternal grandsire of Khemosabi.[2]

Pedigree[edit]

Ibn Rabdan (RAS)
*Fadl
Mahroussa (Egypt)
Fadheilan
Koheilan (PASB)
*Kasztelanka
Bialogrodka (PASB)
Fadjur
Farana
Farawi
Ghazawi
Bint Sahara
Ribal
Bint Sedjur
Sedjur

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Carpenter Arabian Legends p. 248-259
  2. ^ Carpenter Arabian Legends p. 261

References[edit]

  • Carpenter, Marian K; Close, Pat (1999). Arabian Legends: Outstanding Arabian Stallions and Mares. Colorado Springs, CO: Western Horseman. ISBN 0-911647-48-1.