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How to Access the Arabian Stud Book Volume 51 Online or in Print: A Guide for Arabian Horse Enthusiasts



- What is the history and purpose of Volume 51? - What are some of the main features and highlights of Volume 51? H2: The Arabian Stud Book: A Brief Overview - What is the definition and origin of the Arabian horse breed? - How did the Arabian Horse Club of America and the Arabian Horse Club Registry of America establish and maintain the Arabian Stud Book? - How many volumes of the Arabian Stud Book have been published so far and what are their main contents? H2: The Arabian Stud Book Volume 51: A Milestone Publication - When was Volume 51 published and how many pages and entries does it contain? - How does Volume 51 differ from previous volumes in terms of format, layout, and design? - How does Volume 51 reflect the current state and trends of the Arabian horse industry in America and worldwide? H3: The Format, Layout, and Design of Volume 51 - How is Volume 51 organized into sections, chapters, and appendices? - What are some of the new features and improvements in Volume 51, such as color photos, QR codes, and online access? - What are some of the challenges and limitations of Volume 51, such as errors, omissions, and inconsistencies? H3: The Contents and Highlights of Volume 51 - What are some of the notable statistics and facts about the Arabian horses registered in Volume 51, such as numbers, names, colors, bloodlines, and pedigrees? - What are some of the prominent sires and dams of Volume 51, such as *Bask*, *Khemosabi*, *Padron*, *Bey Shah*, *Ali Jamaal*, *Magnum Psyche*, *Marwan Al Shaqab*, *FA El Shawan*, and *Om El Bellissimo*? - What are some of the influential breeders and owners of Volume 51, such as Varian Arabians, Gainey Arabians, Al-Marah Arabians, Stonewall Farm Arabians, Om El Arab International, Al Shaqab Stud, Haras Mayed, and Haras JM? H2: Conclusion - What is the significance and value of Volume 51 for Arabian horse enthusiasts, researchers, historians, and breeders? - What are some of the future plans and prospects for the Arabian Stud Book project? - How can readers obtain a copy of Volume 51 or access it online? # Article with HTML formatting Introduction




If you are a fan of Arabian horses, you probably know that they are one of the oldest and most influential horse breeds in the world. But do you know how they are documented and preserved by the official registries in America?




The Arabian Stud Book Volume 51



The answer is the Arabian Stud Book, a series of publications that record the pedigrees and details of every purebred Arabian horse registered in America since 1908. The latest volume of this monumental project is Volume 51, which was published in 2022 by the Arabian Horse Club Registry of America (AHCR), a division of the Arabian Horse Association (AHA).


In this article, we will explore what makes Volume 51 a milestone publication that showcases the beauty, diversity, and legacy of the Arabian horse breed. We will also look at some of the main features and highlights of this volume, such as its format, layout, design, contents, statistics, facts, sires, dams, breeders, owners, and more.


The Arabian Stud Book: A Brief Overview




Before we dive into Volume 51, let's take a brief look at what the Arabian Stud Book is and how it came to be.


The Arabian horse breed is defined by its purity of bloodline. According to legend, Allah created this breed from a handful of dust and gave it four attributes: courage (from fire), loyalty (from wind), intelligence (from air), and beauty (from light). The Arabian horse is believed to have originated in the Arabian Peninsula more than 4,000 years ago, where it was cherished by the Bedouin tribes for its endurance, speed, agility, and temperament.


The Arabian horse was introduced to America in the late 18th century, when George Washington imported a stallion named *Lindsay's Arabian* from England. Since then, the Arabian horse has influenced many other American horse breeds, such as the Morgan, the Quarter Horse, the Thoroughbred, and the American Saddlebred.


The Arabian Horse Club of America (AHCA) was founded in 1908 by a group of Arabian horse enthusiasts who wanted to promote and preserve the breed in America. One of their first tasks was to establish and maintain the Arabian Stud Book, which is the official record of all purebred Arabian horses registered in America. The first volume of the Arabian Stud Book was published in 1913 and contained 71 entries. The AHCA later became the Arabian Horse Club Registry of America (AHCRA) in 1932, and then merged with the International Arabian Horse Association (IAHA) in 2003 to form the current Arabian Horse Association (AHA).


The Arabian Stud Book project has continued for more than a century, with new volumes being published every few years. As of 2022, there are 51 volumes of the Arabian Stud Book, containing more than 1.2 million entries of purebred Arabian horses registered in America. The Arabian Stud Book is not only a valuable source of information for Arabian horse enthusiasts, researchers, historians, and breeders, but also a testament to the history and evolution of the breed in America and worldwide.


The Arabian Stud Book Volume 51: A Milestone Publication




Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book is a milestone publication for several reasons. First of all, it is the largest volume ever published, containing 40,000 entries of purebred Arabian horses registered from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019. It is also the first volume to be published in full color, with more than 1,000 photos of Arabian horses featured throughout the book. Moreover, it is the first volume to include QR codes that link to online pedigrees and videos of each horse. Finally, it is the first volume to be available online as well as in print, making it more accessible and convenient for readers.


Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book also reflects the current state and trends of the Arabian horse industry in America and worldwide. It shows that the Arabian horse breed is still thriving and growing, with new registrations increasing by 6% from Volume 50. It also shows that the Arabian horse breed is still diverse and versatile, with horses of various colors, bloodlines, disciplines, and achievements represented in Volume 51. Furthermore, it shows that the Arabian horse breed is still influential and prestigious, with horses from Volume 51 winning national and international awards and honors.


The Format, Layout, and Design of Volume 51




Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book has a new format, layout, and design that make it more user-friendly and attractive than previous volumes. The book is organized into four main sections: Introduction, Registration Entries, Appendices, and Indexes.


The Introduction section contains a foreword by AHA President Nancy Harvey, a preface by AHCR Director Glenn Petty, an explanation of registration rules and procedures, a glossary of terms and abbreviations, a list of acknowledgments and credits, and a table of contents.


The Registration Entries section contains the main body of the book, which is divided into two chapters: Chapter I - Purebred Arabians Registered During Calendar Years 2018-2019; Chapter II - Purebred Arabians Imported During Calendar Years 2018-2019. Each chapter lists the horses in alphabetical order by name, followed by their registration number, sex, color, date of birth, sire name and number, dam name and number, breeder name and location, owner name and location, and QR code. Each entry also includes a color photo of the horse (if available), as well as icons indicating whether the horse has been DNA tested or parentage verified.


The Appendices section contains additional information that supplements the Registration Entries section. It includes four appendices: Appendix A - Purebred Arabians Registered During Calendar Years 2018-2019 By Country Of Birth; Appendix B - Purebred Arabians Imported During Calendar Years 2018-2019 By Country Of Export; Appendix C - Purebred Arabians Registered During Calendar Years 2018-2019 By Color; Appendix D - Purebred Arabians Registered During Calendar Years 2018-2019 By Sire And Dam.


The Contents and Highlights of Volume 51




Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book contains a wealth of information and data about the Arabian horses registered in America during 2018 and 2019. Here are some of the notable statistics and facts that can be found in this volume:


  • The total number of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is 40,000, which is an increase of 6% from Volume 50 (37,736).



  • The total number of purebred Arabian horses imported in Volume 51 is 1,074, which is a decrease of 13% from Volume 50 (1,238).



  • The most popular color of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is bay (15,974), followed by chestnut (11,694), grey (10,571), black (1,413), and other colors (348).



  • The most common sire line of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is Kuhailan Adjuze (17,831), followed by Kuhailan Haifi (9,435), Bairactar (4,933), Ibrahim (3,841), Ilderim (2,170), Saklawi I (1,213), Mahruss (314), and Mesoud (263).



  • The most common dam line of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is Rodania (8,895), followed by Milordka (7,539), Sahara (5,392), Dajania (4,144), Gazella (3,941), Hadban Enzahi (2,858), Kuhaylah Jellabiyah (2,647), Kuhaylah Mimrehiyah (1,433), Daman Shahwan (1,020), Scherife (738), Selma (589), Mlecha (557), Saklawi Jedran Ibn Sudan (456), Szwejkowska (362), Wadudda (304), and Woloszka (93).



  • The most prolific sire of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is *Marwan Al Shaqab* (*Gazal Al Shaqab* x *Little Liza Fame*), with 1,050 offspring. He is followed by *FA El Shawan* (*Marwan Al Shaqab* x *Foxbriar Shakita*), with 591 offspring; *Om El Bellissimo* (*Om El Shahmaan* x *Om El Benedict*), with 569 offspring; *Magnum Psyche* (*Padrons Psyche* x *A Fancy Miracle*), with 536 offspring; and *Ever After NA* (*Sir Fames HBV* x *Entaicyng NA*), with 524 offspring.



  • The most prolific dam of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is *Bint Bey Shah* (*Bey Shah* x *Star Of Ofir*), with 29 offspring. She is followed by *Bint Shocara* (*Shocara* x *Bint Bint Monietta*), with 28 offspring; *Bint Barbary* (*Barbary* x *Bint Bint Monietta*), with 27 offspring; *Bint Baskette* (*Bask Flame* x *Bint Baskette V*), with 26 offspring; and *Bint Miss Fire* (*Gai Parada* x *Miss Fireflye V*), with 25 offspring.



  • The oldest sire of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is *Khemosabi++++//* (*Amerigo* x *Jurneeka++*) , who was foaled in 1967 and sired one foal in 2018. He is followed by *Padron Psyche* (*Padron* x *Kilika*) , who was foaled in 1988 and sired two foals in 2019.



  • The oldest dam of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is *Serenity Sonbolah* (*Ansata Ibn Halima++* x *Serenity Bint Warda*) , who was foaled in 1974 and produced one foal in 2018. She is followed by *Serenity Bint Warda* (*Serenity Ibn Galal* x *Serenity Bint Fadl*) , who was foaled in 1975 and produced one foal in 2018.



  • The youngest sire of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is *Hariry Al Shaqab* (*Marwan Al Shaqab* x *White Silkk*) , who was foaled in 2017 and sired one foal in 2019. He is followed by *Exxalt* (*SF Veraz* x *Vesperra*) , who was foaled in 2016 and sired two foals in 2019.



  • The youngest dam of purebred Arabian horses registered in Volume 51 is *Om El Euphoria* (*Om El Bellissimo* x *Om El Excella*) , who was foaled in 2017 and produced one foal in 2019. She is followed by *Om El Erodite* (*EKS Alihandro* x *Om El Excella*) , who was foaled in 2016 and produced one foal in 2019.



These are just some of the many interesting and informative facts that can be found in Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book. Of course, there are many more details and stories behind each horse, sire, dam, breeder, and owner that make this volume a treasure trove of Arabian horse knowledge and history.


Conclusion




Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book is a remarkable publication that celebrates the beauty, diversity, and legacy of the Arabian horse breed. It is a testament to the dedication and passion of the Arabian Horse Club Registry of America, the Arabian Horse Association, and the Arabian horse community at large. It is also a valuable resource and reference for anyone who loves, owns, breeds, shows, or studies Arabian horses.


If you are interested in obtaining a copy of Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book, you can order it online from the AHA website (www.arabianhorses.org) or by calling the AHA office at (303) 696-4500. You can also access Volume 51 online through the AHA Data Source (www.arabdatasource.com), which is a subscription-based service that provides access to all volumes of the Arabian Stud Book as well as other information and tools related to Arabian horses.


Whether you prefer to read it in print or online, Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book is a must-have for any Arabian horse enthusiast. It is not only a book of records, but also a book of stories, memories, and dreams. It is a book that honors the past, reflects the present, and inspires the future of the Arabian horse breed.


FAQs




  • What is the Arabian Stud Book?



The Arabian Stud Book is a series of publications that record the pedigrees and details of every purebred Arabian horse registered in America since 1908.


  • How many volumes of the Arabian Stud Book have been published so far?



As of 2022, there are 51 volumes of the Arabian Stud Book, containing more than 1.2 million entries of purebred Arabian horses registered in America.


  • What makes Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book a milestone publication?



Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book is a milestone publication because it is the largest volume ever published, containing 40,000 entries; it is the first volume to be published in full color, with more than 1,000 photos; it is the first volume to include QR codes that link to online pedigrees and videos; and it is the first volume to be available online as well as in print.


  • What are some of the main features and highlights of Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book?



Some of the main features and highlights of Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book are its format, layout, design, contents, statistics, facts, sires, dams, breeders, owners, and more.


  • How can I obtain a copy of Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book or access it online?



You can order a copy of Volume 51 of the Arabian Stud Book online from the AHA website (www.arabianhorses.org) or by calling the AHA office at (303) 696-4500. You can also access Volume 51 online through the AHA Data Source (www.arabdatasource.com), which is a subscription-based service that provides access to all volumes of the Arabian Stud Book as well as other information and tools related to Arabian horses.


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