K. Trypolis (born 1937; Enwer Bey x Kahira).
Tracing within three generations in all lines to 19th-century Polish bloodstock purchased from the Ottoman Empire, Trypolis represents the very stout conformation favored by the Polish. This is a balanced horse with good hocks, open hind-limb angles, and a well-shaped neck that is nonetheless set on slightly low—a conformation most adapted for racing. Trypolis’s influence is felt primarily in so-called “pure Polish” breeding.
TRYPOLIS ABU FARWA EL ALAMEIN