|Foaled:||May 9, 1938|
|Owner:||Bazy Tankersley, Al-Marah Arabians|
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
Indraff was a gray Arabian stallion, foaled on May 9, 1938 and bred by Roger Selby of Ohio. His sire was Raffles and his dam was Indaia. Both his sire and dam were bred by the Crabbet Arabian Stud in England and imported to the United States by Selby.
As a colt, before he grayed out, he had a blaze and a front stocking. Indraff was sold as a young horse to Donald Schutz, who kept him as a breeding stallion for a number of years before selling him to Bazy McCormick Miller, later Bazy Tankersley of Al-Marah Arabians. He was registered with the Arabian Horse Club Registry of America, the precursor to the Arabian Horse Association as number 1575.
He sired 254 purebred Arabian foals, and had over 2700 grandget. He was one of the foundation sires of the Al-Marah breeding program, one of the most prolific and influential farms in United States Arabian breeding circles.
Indraff died on August 22, 1963.
Polish Arabian Stud Book
General Stud Book UK
1938 gray stallion
- All Breed Pedigree Database Pedigree of Indraff accessed on October 18, 2007
- Arabian Horse Club of America The Arabian Stud Book Volume V 1944 Chicago: Arabian Horse Club 1944
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- Conn, Dr. George H. The Arabian Horse in America New York: A. S. Barnes and Company 1966