bred by Ruala Tribe in the Middle East. Imp. to Bábolna in Hungary, by Fadlallah el Hedad in 1902. Chief Sire at Bábolna 1902-1919. Most of his descendants has very good movements, and many has a great talent for dressage. In 1919 shortly after the end of WW1, some Romanian troups went inside Hungary, and took many horses as spoils of war. Among the horses from Bábolna, old Siglavy Bagdady was one of those. But he never showed up again after being stolen, and nobody knows what happened to the old horse. He might have been injured, or had became ill or too weak for the journey, to reach any of the Romanian State Studs, where the other horses were distributed to afterwards. But his line is one of the important lines of today.