TEXT JANOW PODLASKI -
Lidia Pawłowska, February 2002 - on the basis of Article Andrew Krzyształowicz 
|Bay, ar. 1971, Stud. Janów Podlaski|
|Sire Line: ||Kuhailan Haifi or.ar.|
|Dam Line: ||Scherife or.ar.|
Height : 1.51m
Bred and owned by Janów Podlaski, Poland.
Produced 18 foals. Died 12 February 2002. ( at 31 years)
Measurements: 151-180-17.0cm 1982 Polish National Champion Mare
|Algeria (Celebes x Algonkina)|
|fot. Z. Raczkowska|
In winter 2002 taken from us, one of the greatest and most valuable mares Janow, Algeria. Valuable both in terms of the culture and finasowym - sold for its offspring received over $ 1.7 million.
Algeria, Algonkina and Celebes daughter was born January 1, 1971 year. The PASB is registered in Volume IX on page 18. The fourth generation pedigree includes ancestors of Janow, Bábolna Crabbet, Tersk and two original Arabians brought in their twenties from the Arabian Peninsula.
It was a small bay mare, with almost no variations (except spotted lace and heel end right front leg). For a short, strong back, a deep and broad chest, good, long neck and ribs looked good athletically built. It was impossible not to recognize the small, short head, with a small, busy ears, a broad forehead and dark, expressive eyes. It was a typical representative of the type of contractual Kuhailan.
As a comely mare and very typical, and at the same time correct, with normal, dynamic movement, Algeria in his youth successfully competed at shows. In 1982, she won the title of Polish Champion. Earlier, in 1980, had experience at the Salon Horse in Paris, but due to a serious health indisposition did not came to the ring and the patient returned to Janow.
Algeria has not undergone training on the track, but it certainly was characterized by good health, as evidenced by its outstanding breeding career. She was born until 18 foals and all odchowała, including the last filly born at the age of 24 years! Of her sons 3 stallions were leading, and her 7 perfectly emerging daughters have been incorporated into the culture.
|Algeria (Celebes x Algonkina)|
|fot. Z. Raczkowska|
- Alchemia by Gwarny -after leaving two offspring was sold for $ 76,000 to the US (1981).
- Algierczyk by Engano -after three years using the native culture (in Kurozwęki) was sold for $ 310,000 to the US (1985).
- Algerina po Ellorus -Janow left four of the offspring, including two mares included in the pack. Was sold for $ 163,200 to the US (1987).
- Alkazar by El Paso -used in Bialka, was sold for $ 46,000 to the US (1987).
- Algebra by Ellorus -at the age of four years was sold at auction in the US English Ovation (1985) for $ 700,000.
- Abukir by Bandos -only grey foal Algeria, a very nice colt, with an extremely handsome and a typical head as a yearling he broke his leg and had to be put to sleep.
- Alegro by Probat -very correct horse, Champion of the Netherlands, used in Janow, Bialka, Kurozwęki, Denmark (Egholm) and in the Netherlands, was purchased by its last tenant - Vlasakker Arabians. In Poland, left three sires, including a very handsome and a typical Angora,twice Polish National Reserve Champion .
|Alegro (Probat x Algeria)|
|fot. z archiwum Vlasakker Arabians|
- Almeria by Probat -perfect mother, left five mares, was sold for $ 55,000 to the US (1996).
- Albaneta by Banat -as a four-horse sold for the highest price auction for US $ 90,000 (1989).
- Alwar by the Swedish Alcazar -after sold as horse utility.
- Albigowa by Fawor -simply priceless mare, mother of six beautiful daughters, two of which have already been included into the herd. Of particular note are the youngest of her daughter - the perfect Eukaliptus - Altona, Amra(Youth Champion Filly Show in Warsaw, 2001), and Amba .Albigowa certainly strengthened the family Algeria.
|Albigowa (Fawor x Algeria)|
|fot. Z. Raczkowska|
- Algora by Probat -Herd very good mother, she gave in Janow seven foals. In 2001 she was bought at an auction in Janow by Polish breeder ($ 40,000). The stud will replace it Agaand possibly in the future, full sisters Agi - Alegoria and Altea.Algora also gave Polish Junior Reserve Champion stallion Aslan.
- Albalat by Argo -after sold as horse utility to Italy, where he was then used for breeding.
- Almira by Europejczyk -comely and correct mare, who at the age of two years, running out to pasture broke her leg and had to be euthanized.
- Albumina by Europejczyk -as a four-horse sold for $ 5,000 in Belgium (1995).
- Alsen by Sennik -average quality, but comely, and sold as a horse utility.
|Albula (Fawor x Algeria)|
|fot. S. Vesty|
- Albula by Fawor -best foal of his vintage, unique comely mare who as a yearling won all the titles at shows, where she started - Champion Mare and Best in Show at the Michaels Youth and Junior Champion Poski and Best in Show in Janow. Albula stud left one daughter and was sold at auction in 1999, having obtained the highest price auction for $ 130,000 mare. in foal Eukaliptus went to stud Halsdon Arabians, where she gave birth a beautiful colt.
- Algira by Balon -the last offspring of Algeria and another good mother. Her first foal Alfahas the opportunity to continue in the future, a wonderful family of his grandmother.
Algeria has played a huge role in the post-war Arabian horse breeding in Poland sometimes been compared to that of stallions played Ofir
It is back to the roots of the family Algeria. It all started in 1937 in Hungary in the famous stud Bábolna when the stallion Kuhailan Zaid or.ar.brought from Arabia in 1931 by Bogdan Ziętarskiego of the mare 12 Siglavy Bagdady grey filly was born, named 12 Kuhailan Zaid-13
.This mare in 1944, together with other mares bábolniańskimi went to Germany as a laboratory animal for the production of vaccines. Polish breeders, among them Andrew Krzyształowicz, hearing of this, efforts began to buy mares. As a result, they were able to replace 14 geldings utility Arabian mares. They have been incorporated into the Janowski herd then stationed in Germany and with him came in 1946 to Polish. 12 Kuhailan Zaid-13 was entered into the Third Stud Book Volume Polish Arabian Horse as a bulb. In 1946 he was covered in Posadowo Witraż
,resulting in the birth mare Alga
. Bulwa,before in the context of reclaiming in 1951 returned to Hungary, she gave two more horses, including a second daughter Bulgotka
.When the 1960-1961, Arabian horses returned to Janow, among them there were only five mares with babolniańskim pedigree (the others were in the other studs), and between them - Alga and Bulgotka. It is from algae originates one of the strongest female family in Poland. Alga daughter Algonkina
,,founded clan so incredibly balanced phenotype, even in the fifth generation of easy to determine membership in the family '' (Izabella Pawelec-Zawadzka). Currently Janowski mares herd are derived from Aleksja and her half-sister Algeria, the best of the daughters Algonkina.
Due to the general weakness Algeria were anesthetized February 12, 2002 year. Rested under a big boulder in the park in the stables, next to his father Celebes and other big horse world.
|Andrzej Krzyształowicz: |
,, Algeria is trusting towards humans, there is also no reflexes aggression towards other horses. Her appearance, her look is, we can say female. [...] He has expressive eyes - in my opinion the most beautiful eyes in Janów stud.''
|Algeria from breeder|
|fot. U. Sawicka|
Walks with dignity after the heavenly meadows and looks down his beautiful eyes, the most beautiful eyes Kuhailan ...
Lidia Pawłowska, luty 2002 - under article Andrzeja Krzyształowicza 
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