Sunday, May 24, 2009

Neshroon Idiiyat-es-Sahel

Neshroon is half sister to the sire, Azil, so that makes her a half aunt to the new litter at Idiiyat-es-Sahel, born yesterday to Batna. There are 5 beautiful taidit (females). Daoud Abdullah Abdullah named them: Nufoudah - after the Nufood desert in the Land of the Two Holy Places (Madinah and Makka ... also known as the Saudi Arabian Peninsula); Safqa - one of the most precious dam lines of the asil Arabian strains on the island of Bahrain;
Abaya - an Abaya is worn by modest muslim women...a covering; Kuhaylat - from the word 'khol' ...meaning the eyes are trimmed with dark pigment, like eyeliner, and Hamra - Arabic for very red. In the first image, Neshroon is standing in 'snow' - snow created by her opening up her pillow to look inside. She is curious as a cat - you can see her looking at herself in the next two images!

1 comment:

  1. As it turned out, I have DNA'ed the litter and the sire turned out not to be Azil, but 3 of the females are sired by Tamahan (Abaya, Kuhaylat and Safqa), and the other two - Nufoudah and Hamra, are sired by Fasiqqi. But I am not removing this post - even though Neshroon is not related to it through Azil.


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