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Mlolshaan Hager Solomon

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Mlolshaan Hager Solomon, photos taken September 2010 by Jenny Krieg. The body shot has had the tack removed by retouching, but the conformation of the horse has not been altered.

Mlolshaan Hager Solomon AHA #547139, Khalifa Ancestral Element

1986 grey Mlulshan stallion bred by Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Salman al-Khalifah, Bahrain, and presented by him to Bill Biel. Imported to the USA in 1988 by Biel. M118 in the Amiri Stud Book of Bahrain.

Sire: Rabdaan Alwasmy M19 by Ma'anaghy Alahmar M20 out of Rabda M16.

Dam: Mlolesh Asila M105 by Sharid [c1960 grey Saqlawi stallion from the Sa'ud Royal Stud at Riyadh, presented to the Amir of Bahrain in 1964] out of Mlolesh 117 [by Jellaby Alwasmiya out of Mlolesh 131].

The above information (except for the gift and transfer information) is from the Amiri Stud Book of Bahrain Vol. II. The gift and transfer information is from owner and importer, Bill Biel.

Sire of Thank Heaven 2003 gm out of Llanys Winddancer. Information from Al Khamsa Arabians III.

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Solomon, obviously still handsome and vital and owned by Bill Biel in Michigan, is the only asil stallion straight from Arabia Deserta in the US—i.e., one who was actually born there.

Thank Heaven is owned by Catherine Fye of Michigan. She is not only rare because of being by Solomon, she is also rare because she contains the Ayerza Ancestral Element, and will appear in that article in the future.

In 2010, Jenny Krieg of Maryland partnered with Rodger Davis of Illinois to send two of the Davis mares to be bred to Solomon. Both mares descended from modern desert breeding. One mare lost her foal, but DB Kalila (AAS El Hezzez x Desert Kalila by *Furtha Dhelall), a 2002 'Ubayyah of Saudi lines going in tail female to *Mahraa of Prince Saudi Ibn Ibn 'Abdallah Ibn Jalawi produced a filly for Jenny Krieg. Photos of both Thank Heaven and the 2011 filly will be added soon.

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