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*Hadban USA’s pedigree and family


*Hadban USA as foal at the 2003 NASS Inspection. He was imported in utero from Austria by Hans and Megan Sitter. Hans, Austrian-born, emigrated to Texas and imported three mares in 2002. All of the mares were in foal to Harapnik, but only Hadban survived to adulthood.


*Hadban’s dam *Ihrana-453


*Ihrana was 17 when she foaled *Hadban and when this photo was taken!! By the German Amor son Amos (out of the Shagya XXXVI daughter Zunca), Ihrana’s dam Isa was by the purebred Arabian Salam ox and out of an Ibn Galal daughter from Babolna.


Peter Gorozdi photo *Hadban’s sire Harapnik


Like his son *Hadban USA, Harapnik was imported while in utero, in his case from the Romanian State Stud of Brebeni to Germany in 1989 by Gaby Conradty. He passed his performance test with high notes in character, temperament, performance capacity, and rideability. Standing over 16 hands, with a 20 cm cannon, Harapnik has been leased to both Austria and the Czech Republic for breeding in past years and has several approved sons.


Erich Adensamer photo Harapnik’s sire Hadban XXVII


Hadban XXVII was born in 1980 at the Romanian State Stud of Brebeni, his sire line traces back six generations to the Original Arabian Hadban d.b., who was imported to Babolna in 1897.. Standing over 16 hh, he was known for his “rhythmic, ground- covering walk, sweeping, lightly-springing trot, flying gallop, exquisite character and matching temperament”.


(Hans Brabinetz, “The Hadban Line”,“Shagya Araber #12)


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