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Bask
Witraz
Ofir

Makata

Balalajka
Amurath Sahib

Iwonka III

Boltonka
Arax
Amurath Sahib

Angara

Bulgotka
Witraz

Bulwa

Forexia

Exelsjor
Aquinor
Miecznik

Amneris

Eleonora
Witraz

Zmora

Fuksja
Anarchista
Wielki Szlem

Bomba

Forsycja
Como

Forta

For some years in the 80’ies and the 90’ies the Egholm Stud was the center of Arabian horse activities in Denmark and some very interesting stallions became
available for the Danish breeders, among them the Bomarc son Fynt.

The stallion line of Fynt traces to Kuhailan Haifi born 1923, bred by the Ruala tribe in the desert and imported in 1931 by
Zientarski and Carl Raswan for Count Sanguszko at the Guminska stud, Poland.
Through his son, Ofir, this line gained world wide importance.

« Finally I hear a neigh, they guide the stallions… they lead the bay Kuhailan Haifi.
My legs buckled under me, it is just the horse I am looking for.
Not large, dry, on splendid legs without any trace of cow hocks.
A long neck, a noble head, although not very small, with distended, thin and moveable nostrils; a splendid high carried tail.
I feel, the first time in my life, that during the purchase of a horse I am fainting…  »
Colonel Zientarski said on first seeing Kuhailan Haifi.

Kuhailan Haifi

Ofir

When bred to the mares at Jedania, this Ruala tribe stallion line is united with the damline of the same Ruala tribe, namely
the Seglawieh Jedranieh of Ibn Sudaniehs that Abbas Pasha – viceroy of Egypt – obtained from this tribe in about 1850, almost
a hundred years before the importation of Kuhailan Haifi to Poland.

Bomarc

Many of the horses at Egholm came to Denmark from the Blommeröd Stud in Sweden where the new owners of Egholm – Susanne and Jørgen Frederiksen –
had been stud managers before starting up their own facility.
Among the stallions was the Bask son Bomarc out of the high quality Arax daughter Boltonka.
Both Bask and Boltonka were National Champions in the USA and also great performance horses, as was Bomarc himself.

Bask

Boltonka

Rubinia

Bomarc had done a very good job with the Blommeröd mares. The first Bomarc progeny to catch my attention was the beautiful Rubinia out of the Exelsjor daughter Rucasja,
whom I saw when she was shown as a yearling.
In the time that followed I saw more of the kind at the Egholm Stud – among them Aksamitna (out of Aleksota) and the fine young colt Fynt (out of Forexia).
Both Aleksota and Forexia were well established Blommeröd matrons.

Exelsjor

Aleksota and Forexia

Aksamitna

Fynt

Later I bought the Aksamitna son Admiral (see elsewhere on this site) and Susanne and Jørgen Frederiksen generously let us lease Fynt for one breeding season and Fynt
also proved to be a perfect « nick » with our Pacific daughters.
Vegah out of Paceba and Nico out of Duany have remained in our breeding programme.

Fynt

The Fynt sons

Marcho and Gullit

At the closure of the Egholm Stud Fynt was exported to South America, but after some years he returned to Scandinavia.

Vegah

Nico

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