Al-Nasser Muhammed was the first to create the “Diwan of the Sultanate Stable” and appointed him “overseer, witnesses, and writers.
” Al-Nasser Muhammad was the first to create the “Diwan of the Royal Stable” and appointed him “overseer, witnesses and writers” to control the names of the horses, their arrival times, the names of their owners, and their prices.
The duties of the handler…
One of the handler’s most important duties was to purifying the
blackberries, and performing the trust in it, because there is no tongue for her to complain about except to God Almighty, and the handler used to hang a hoop that included some verses of the Qur’an on horses, with the aim of protection despite the fact that she was wallowing in impurity by his heresy and exposing the dear book To insult. From among the ranks of the handler, the steers come out, as the handler needs to be aware of the status of animals and know their pains and diseases and the corresponding medicines and useful paints, as the handler needs to know about the quality of animals and have knowledge of literature and groups and what is the greeting of entering them in the manner and pillars.
As for the manager, he must be aware of the politics of the horses and know the good and the bad, and in addition to these, he found the Gishari, the veterinarian, and the mules who were directly on the stables, and the one responsible for this was all the great prince of Akhur And if the time came for the horses to separate from the princes, he sent to the prince what was done with his custom on the prince of Akhur, Oujagi, and Sais, and as a dear and watch their number until he knew what that prince bestowed upon them, if the prince’s scarcity over them in his giving he would deny him and he wept among the princes and rebuked him.
In appreciation of the sultans for the great responsibility of the prince Akhur Kabir and their fear of blame and reprimand for him, they set several commandments for him: the most important of which is to treat the workers well, and to seek the help of the good from them. Likewise, riders must behave well.