Strain: Kuhaylan Abu Urqub; Polish Meaning: Lark or Skylark Licensed stallion for Trakehners Bred by Antoniny Stud - Poland, owned by the Potocki family Imported 1913 to England by Walter Winans. Sold 1914 to Webb-Ware. Sold 1919 To H. V. Musgrave Clark and used at stud for the first time. Purchased 1920 by Lady Wentworth - Crabbet Stud SKOWRONEK was probably the greatest recorded Arabian sire of all time. His influence has been amazing and spans much of the recognized modern Arabian horse breeding world. An individual of outstanding merit, quality and type. He was the sire of 50 registered Arabian foals. Sire of twelve Trakehners Deceased 2-1930; skeleton donated to British Natural History Museum 12-1936 References: Arabianhorses.org/data source; Skowronek.io; Rashaka.at/pedigree; Trk-Base.com; 2-1958 Arabian Horse News: Skowronek's Pedigree and the Antoniny Stud by Count Jospeh Potocki, Jr.; Crabbet.com/skowronek: 5-6, 1989 Crabbet Influence: Skowronek by Carol W Mulder; 1969 Book - The Raswan Index; 1991 Book - The Arabian Horse Families of Poland 1790-1987 by Britta Fahlgren.