Abdullah and Conrad continued to re-write the record book by winning the 1985 World Cup in Berlin and at the age of 15 yrs they again won a first and only Team Gold medal at the 1986 World Championships, Aachen, where Abdullah was the leading horse of the competition.
During his long career he won Grand Prix competitions with Joe Fargis and Debbie Stephens as well as Conrad Homfeld. Abdullah was one of the first warmblood jumper stallions and with his many victories he was in great demand as a sire of performance horses. He is approved as a breed stallion by virtually every warmblooded registry. In the U.S. he has produced IHF and IJF Champions as well as numerous AHSA Horses of The Year. Most recently, in 1999, his son Abracadabra was AHSA Jr. Jumper of The Year.
Abdullah lived and stood at Williamsburg Farm.
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