Presented to the Inshass Stud of King Faruq in Egypt by Bisharat Bey, transferred to the Veterinary Section of the Egyptian Army in 1953.
NOTES: The above information is from the entry for Badria, horse #83, in the Inshass Original Herd Book. EAO Stud Book Vol. 3 repeats date of birth, color and date of transfer. Both date the presentation to 1948. Dr. Ameen Zaher, an Egyptian veterinarian and student of Egyptian horses and brother to King Faruq's secretary, says in a 10.9.1979 letter to W.G. Olms that Badria died at Inshass.
Midhat Bisharat, son of Bisharat Bey (Shibly Bisharat, a Palestinian businessman involved in resale of war materiél), wrote on 12.27.1982 to Dr. Hans-Joachim Nagel that Badria was by an 'Ubayyan and out of a Hamdaniyah and had been purchased by his father from the Trans-Jordanian Frontier Force when it disbanded in 1946 following World War II. [Bisharat has been transliterated also as Basharat and Bischarat.]