Of course the PS can decide at any time how to change the original minutes/rules to accommodate whatever. But even the last change includes horses bred in Egypt by a private breeder.
Now if the PS or anybody can give us that private breeder and the country foaled in, all is okay. Why is this so difficult to answer my questions and asked decade ago? Why would W R Brown sent a telegram to our registry here in 1930 which
states "Just a typical race track mare"- I have a copy of it? He obviously did not know either. Why has nobody ever heard of the parents and the offspring, the only one of these parents? Not Tunesia, Morocco,Lebanon,Saudi,Syria etc.etc.
According to my records neither owner of the parents were Egyptian
Citizens nor actual horse breeders, but owned here and there a horse to race for their pleasure.
Now lets hear what new inventions will come about, just like those making her eligable for the sheikh Obeyd Org.which truly is a joke in my opinion. A misrepresentation of the bluntest kind. that could also be changed by a proper footnote acknowledging the error copied from the AHRa data. the AHRa corrected it in their database and took the "Breeder RAS" out.
And Ken is right, I never questioned the mare's Asil status, going by her parents listed on the Export Certificate, of which I have a copy.
I stated many times that at discussion never was the mare herself, but her acclaimed labels here, the latter the couse for many a sale as high as in six figure amounts strictly on a label, not on the horse,when it on its own merrit would have been worth one percent of it in the opinion of horsemen. as many others were and are.
I always adored Simeon Shai, truly an outstanding stallion and there are others which I like as a horse just as well. so what is the problem? the money making label? the sooner we start breeding horses by their meritts, the better off the industry will be. there were no "Labels" prior to what I mentined above, and the imported lines through Babson etc did extremely well, dont you all agree?
I always felt that the importance was that the horse can be accepted as "Asil"
and if that is not good enough, what will be?
the only reason for this continous debate could be that some people are running scared, knowing they did wrong by false disclosure. However, I gladly stand corrected if finally we find the breeder and the country of birth. It's been 40 years I am searching and could not find!
All take care
Serenity Arabian Farms