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Reference Dam
Naturshitsa
Arax x Neposeda (Priboj)
Dam of Namet







Excerpts from articles with reference to Naturshitsa:

Parkinson, Mary Jane. "Dams of Distinction: Tersk-Bred Imports". Arabian Horse World November 1983. Jay Shuler Co., Inc., Palo Alto, California. p. 258.

"Naturshitsa is one of four Arax daughters in this study, and one of the nine Dams of Distinction of the Mammona family. Mammona descends from the desertbred mare Sahara taken to Poland in 1845.

Naturshitsa produced at Tersk, beginning in 1966, and had 11 foals through 1980. Her 1966 filly *Najada was sold to Germany in 1970 and was acquired by Howie Kale as he searched for Tersk-bred Arabians in Western Europe during the mid-1970s. She arrived in the United States in 1976 in the first group of imports and made a brilliant entry into the show world with three show championships in less than three months. That was when she was 13. The next year she was a Pacific Slope Top Five Mare, a Scottsdale Top Ten Mare, and a semifinalist at the Canadian Nationals. As a broodmare, *Najada has produced foals by Silver Baron (Tornado x Silver Sprite) and *Muscat.

Two of Naturshitsa's sons are at Zodiac Farm near Dallas, Texas. *Norton (by Naslednik), foaled in 1975, is standing there. He won three major halter championships in 1982 and was Region 9 Top Five Stallion. *Namiet (by *Salon), foaled in 1969, was first sold to Poland where he was used extensively at stud through 1980, then purchased by Howie Kale and Robbie Den Hartog and taken to Kossack Stud in Holland. There he was National Champion Stallion of Holland in 1981 and 1982. He arrived in the United States in the fall of 1982 and is now being syndicated at Zodiac.

Naturshitsa's 1972 filly Nedotroga (by Topol) was sold to Germany in 1974."

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