Yes ma'am! There are a few there that pop out at me. Aladdinn, Galeon, Gammar and Congo for sure. I *think* Gaamara also, although I seem to want to spell that different so I might be remembering her wrong. Other than her most of the mare's I don't recognize. I'm guessing because back then it was all about the stallion and forgetting that there was another side to the equation involved in all this!
Congo is thought to be one of the most influential Spanish stallions in Spain. His prepotency influenced a large percentage of Arabians bred.
Congo was foaled in 1941 at La Cascajara, the ranch of Don Jose Maria Ybarra, one of Spain’s preeminent breeders. (Senior Ybarra gave us Gandhy and Tabal, also.) Congo’s sire was Illustre, son of Seanderich, a proud Saklawi imported into Spain in 1908 who founded one of the two principal lines pervasive in Spanish breeding today. It has been said to the point of cliché that Seanderich offspring produce true to type even after six generations.
Today, Seanderich offspring predominate in numbers. Perhaps as important as his prepotency are the desert attributes preserved through his Spanish Arabian descendants – speed, stamina, intelligence and courage.
He has the distinction of being undefeated as a race horse in Spain, against all breeds.