After the death of Prince Ahmed Kamal in 1907, Lady Anne Plant met his son, Prince Youssef Kamal, and offered him to buy horses, and he told her that he did not want to sell any of his horses before the end of December. If he decides otherwise, he will send it to her.
In September 1907, Prince Mohammed obtained Tawfiq on 6 horses from Prince Youssef, so Lady Blunt went to the Matariya stables, but she did not find Prince Youssef, so she left a message for him with the names of the horses she wanted to buy.
In January 1908, Prince Youssef Kamal held an auction in the stables of Al-Matareya, attended by Lady Anne Plant, where she came to the auction while riding on a horse, and was keen to be the first to attend, as she attended at ten in the morning, and greeted Prince Youssef, and Prince Hussein Al-Din Kamal and the Prince were with him Muhammad Ali Tawfiq, then a group of pashas and beaks attended, and they sat on about half of the chairs. The horses were sold by the same man who sold horses to Ali Pasha Sherif at auction after his death ten years ago.
The auction started at one o’clock in the afternoon, and Lady Planet sat down. When the auction started between Prince Youssef and Prince Muhammad Ali Tawfiq, Blunt bought the red Saqlawiya filly a kindergarten for 93 pounds, and the red girl Noma, and after displaying a group of horses, a red mare with small hair, which was not She is more than 8 years old, and she started bidding on it at 200 pounds, and Lady Blunt saw that this amount was too large, and indeed no one bid for the mare, and she returned without being sold, and Blunt asked Ali Effendi, the auctioneer, to inform the prince that she wanted to buy it for the amount he specified, It is 200 pounds, but the prince refused to sell it.
Prince Yusuf Kamal, the traveler, the hunter of predatory beasts
Prince Youssef Kamal is at the forefront of the princes of the royal family who are famous for remote trips and hunting. He is a geographical traveler with a keen fondness for hunting predatory beasts, and he kept many of their mummified heads, and he inherited a huge fortune from his father; As a member of the royal family, he owned most of the Qena district, and owned a great inspection in Nag Hammadi, in addition to palaces and horse stables.
Prince Youssef Kamal has a library containing more than five thousand volumes in historical and geographical sciences, and it contains copies of unique in its kind, the only one in its time.
The Prince Youssef Kamal Library is preserved in the Egyptian House of Books on the Nile Corniche in the Private Library Hall, along with other libraries of the Egyptian royal family, which became the House of Books after the July Revolution of 1952 AD.
Prince Youssef Kamal was a professional polo player; Therefore, he was raising a group of horses for the sport of polo.