Original Arabian - Syria; Color: Bay; Strain: Saqlawi Jidran
Purchased 1818 in the desert and imported for Prince Eustachy Sanguszko by his Stallmeister Moszynski, for use at Slawuta Stud in Poland - owned by the Sanguszko family Sire there of two Arabian mares: DEMIANKA 1825 (X DEMIANKA ~1819) and ZAIRA 1826 (X MILORDIA ~1810)
1991 Book - The Arabian Horse Families of Poland 1790-1987 By Britta Fahlgren
Seglawi The Seglawi was known for refinement and almost feminine elegance. This strain was more likely to be fast rather than have great endurance. Seglawi horses have fine bone, longer faces and necks than the Kehilan. The average height for a Seglawi would be 14.2 hands, the most common color Bay.