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Reference Dam
Salon x Ptashka (Priboj)
Dam of Panagia and Paluba

Excerpts from articles with reference to Pustinia:

Parkinson, Mary Jane. "Dams of Distinction: Tersk-Bred Imports". Arabian Horse World November 1983. Jay Shuler Co., Inc., Palo Alto, California. p. 462.

"*Pustinia was a valued broodmare at Tersk before Bob Stratmore brought her to the United States in 1981. She produced only one colt, her first foal, then had nine fillies (1971-1980), all sired by Aswan.

When *Pustinia arrived in the United States, she was in foal to Menes (Nabeg x Metropolia) and foaled a chestnut filly, *Viennaa, in April 1982. Stratmore also imported her 1981 foal, a colt, *Aspirin, by Aswan. Then he acquired *Pudra, foaled in 1977, also in foal to Menes, in 1981, and she produced a filly. *Pudra was sold at the Nichols-DeLongpre '83 Sale for $600,000 to Jerry Vanier of Salina, KS.

The first *Pustinia foal to come to the United States was *Paluba, imported in 1976 by Dr. Larry Kincade. *Paluba produced a filly and a colt, both by Silver Century (*Silver Drift x Miss Century), through Volume 44 of the stud book.

Peizage, *Pustinia's 1970 colt by Kankan, was sold to Italy in 1972, and her Aswan daughter Poputchitsa went to West Germany where she was bred to the Aswan son Kilimanjaro (x *Karta).

When she was two, in 1967, *Pustinia ran 1,000 meters in 1.08.0, and that record still stands.

*Pustinia, in foal to *Salon, was recently sold to Dick and Kay Patterson at Patterson Arabians, Sisters, Oregon."

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