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The Book of Horses, Races and Shooting from Sunan An- Nasa’i

3591 It was narrated that Salamah bin Nufail Al-Kindi said: “I was sitting with the Messenger of Allah

(saw) when a man said: ‘O Messenger of Allah! The people have lost interest in horses and put down their weapons, and they say there is no Jihad, and that war has ended.’ The Messenger of Allah (saw) turned to face him and said: ‘They are lying, now the fighting is to come. There will always be a group among my Ummah who will fight for the truth, for whom Allah will cause some people to deviate, and grant them provision from them, until the Hour begins and until the promise of Allah comes. Goodness is tied to the forelocks of horses until the Day of Resurrection. It has been revealed to me that I am going to die and will not stay long, and you will follow after me group after group, striking one another’s necks. And the place of safety for the believers is Ash-Sham.’”* (Sahih) *”Greater Mesopotamia.”

3592 It was narrated that Abu Hurairah said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘There is goodness tied

to the forelocks of horses until the Day of Resurrection. And horses are of three types: Those that bring reward to a man, those that are a means of protection for a man, and those that are a burden (of sin) for a man. As for those that bring reward, they are kept for the cause of Allah and for Jihad. No fodder enters their stomach but for everything that enters their stomachs, reward is written for him, even if he puts them out to pasture.’” And he quoted the Hadith. (Sahih)

3593 It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “Horses may bring

reward to a man, or they may be a means of protection, or they may be a burden (of sin). As for that which brings reward, it is a man who keeps it for the cause of Allah and ties it with a long rope in a pasture or a garden; whatever it eats or drinks in that pasture or garden will count as good deeds for him. If it breaks its rope and jumps over one or two hills, its footsteps” – and according to the Hadith of Al-Harith, “its dung will count as good deeds for him. If it passes by a river and drinks from it, even though (the owner) did not intend to give it water from that river, that will also bring him reward. If a man keeps a horse in order to earn an independent living and avoid asking others for help, and he does not forget his duty toward Allah with regard to their (the horses’) necks and backs, then they will be a means of protection for him. If a man keeps horses out of pride, to show off before others and to fight the Muslims, then that will be a burden (of sin) for him.” The Prophet (saw) was asked about donkeys and he said: “Nothing has been revealed to me concerning them except this Verse which is comprehensive in meaning: ‘So whosoever does good equal to the weight of an atom (or a small ant) shall see it. And whosoever does evil equal to the weight of an atom (or a small ant) shall see it.’” [99:7- 8] (Sahih)

3594 It was narrated that Anas said: “There was nothing dearer to the Messenger of Allah (saw) after

women than horses.” (Da’if)

3595 It was narrated that Abu Wahb, who was a Companion of the Prophet (saw), said: “The Messenger

of Allah (saw) said: ‘Call (your children) by the names of the prophets. And the most beloved names to

Allah, the Mighty and Sublime, are ‘Abdullah and ‘Abdur-Rahman. Keep horses; wipe their forelocks and

posteriors, and prepare them for Jihad, but do not prepare them to seek vengeance for people killed during the Jahiliyyah.* You should seek out Kumait,** horses with a white mark on the face and white feet, or red with a white mark on the face and white feet, or black with a white mark on the face and white feet.’” (Da’if) *This is the interpretation of Ibn Al-Athir in An-Nihayah. Alternatively it is: “And garland them, but not with bowstrings.” Because they used to put bowstrings around the horses neck to ward off the evil eye, and this has been prohibited in other narrations. **Chestnut coloured, a colour between black and red.

3596 It was narrated that Abu Hurairah said: The Prophet (saw) used to dislike the Shikal among horses.

And the wording is that of Isma’il.* *That is, one of the two narrators from whom Imam An-Nasa’i heard the narration.

3597 It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet (saw) used to dislike the Shikal among the

horses. (Sahih) Abu ‘Abdur-Rahman (An-Nasa’i) said: The Shikal among horses is when three of its feet have white markings and one of them does not, or three of them are not and one of them has white markings. And Ash-Shikal (hobbled) is not used except in the case of feet, not hands.

3598 It was narrated from Salim, from his father, that the Prophet (saw) said: “Omens are only in three

things: A woman, a horse or a house.” (Sahih)

3599 It was narrated from ‘Abdullah bin ‘Umar that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “Omens are in

houses, women and horses.” (Sahih)

3600 It was narrated from Jabir that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “If there are (omens) in

anything, they are in houses, women and horses.” (Sahih)

3601 It was narrated that Anas bin Malik said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘Blessing is in the

forelock of horses.’” (Sahih)

3602 It was narrated that Jarir said: “I saw the Messenger of Allah (saw) twisting the forelock of a horse

with his two fingers, and saying: ‘Goodness is tied to the forelocks of horses until the Day of Resurrection: Reward and spoils of war.’” (Sahih)

3603 It was narrated from Ibn ‘Umar that the Prophet (saw) said: “There is goodness in the forelocks of

horses until the Day of Resurrection.” (Sahih)

3604 It was narrated that ‘Urwah Al-Bariqi said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘Goodness is tied to

the forelocks of horses until the Day of Resurrection.’” (Sahih)

3605 It was narrated from ‘Urwah bin Abi Al-Ja’d that he heard the Prophet (saw) say: “Goodness is tied

to the forelocks of horses until the Day of Resurrection: Reward and spoils of war.” (Sahih)

3606 It was narrated that ‘Urwah said that he heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) say: “Goodness is tied

to the forelocks of horses until the Day of Resurrection: Reward and spoils of war.” (Sahih)

3607 It was narrated from ‘Urwah bin Abi Al-Ja’d that the Prophet (saw) said: “Goodness is tied to the

forelocks of horses until the Day of Resurrection: Reward and spoils of war.” (Sahih)

3608 It was narrated that Khalid bin Yazid Al-Juhani said: “Uqbah bin ‘Amir used to pass by me and say:

‘O Khalid, let us go out and shoot arrows.’ One day I came late and he said: ‘O Khalid, come and I will tell you what the Messenger of Allah (saw) said.’ So I went to him and he said: ‘The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: Allah will admit three people to Paradise because of one arrow: The one who makes it seeking good thereby, the one who shoots it and the one who hands it to him. So shoot and ride, and if you shoot that is dearer to me than if you ride. And play is only in three things: A man training his horse, and playing with his wife, and shooting with his bow and arrow. Whoever gives up shooting after learning it because he is no longer interested in it, that is a blessing for which he is ungrateful – or that he has rejected.’” (Hasan)

3609 It was narrated that Abu Dharr said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: ‘There is no Arabian horse

but it is allowed to offer two supplications every Sahar (end of the night): O Allah, You have caused me to be owned by whoever You wanted among the sons of Adam, and you have made me belong to him. Make me the dearest of his family and wealth to him, or among the dearest of his family and wealth to him.’” (Sahih)

3610 It was narrated that ‘Ali bin Abi Talib, may Allah be pleased with him, said: “A mule was given as a

gift to the Messenger of Allah (saw) and he rode it.” ‘Ali said: “If we mate a donkey with a horse, we will

have one like this.” The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “That is only done by those who do not know.” (Sahih)

3611 It was narrated that ‘Abdullah bin ‘Ubaidullah bin ‘Abbas said: I was with Ibn ‘Abbas and a man

asked him: “Did the Messenger of Allah (saw) recite during Zuhr and ‘Asr?” He said: “No.” He said:

“Perhaps he used to recite to himself?” He said: “May your face be scratched! This question is worse than the first one. The Messenger of Allah (saw) was a slave whose Lord commanded him and he conveyed (the message). By Allah, the Messenger of Allah (saw) did not specify anything for us above the people, except for three things: He commanded us to perform Wudu’ properly,* not to consume charity, and not to mate donkeys with horses.” (Hasan) *”An Nusbig Al-Wudu’.” Isbag Al-Wudu’ means washing each limb three times. Because performing it well or completely is not restricted to the family of the Messenger (saw).

3612 It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “Whoever keeps a horse

for the cause of Allah and believing the promise of Allah, its feed, water, urine and dung will all count as

Hasanat in the balance of his deeds.” (Sahih)

3613 It was narrated from Ibn ‘Umar that the Messenger of Allah (saw) organized a horse race and sent

them from Al-Hafya’ and its finish line was Thaniyyat Al-Wada’; and he organized a race for horses that

had not been made lean, and the course stretched from Ath-Thaniyyah to the Masjid of Banu Zuraiq. (Sahih)

3614 It was narrated from Ibn ‘Umar that the Messenger of Allah (saw) organized a race for horses that

had been made lean, from Al-Hafya’ and its finish line was Thaniyyat Al-Wada’, and he organized another race for horses that had not been made lean, from Ath-Thaniyyah to the Masjid of Banu Zuraiq, and ‘Abdullah was among those who took part in the race. (Sahih)

3615 It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “There should be no

awards (for victory in a competition) except in arrows, camels or horses.” (Hasan)

3616 It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “There should be no

awards (for victory in a competition) except on arrows, camels or horses.” (Hasan)

3617 It was narrated that Abu Hurairah said: “Now award (for victory in a competition) is permissible

except over camels or horses.” (Hasan)

3618 It was narrated that Anas said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) had a she-camel called Al-‘Adba’

which could not be beaten. One day a Bedouin came on a riding-camel and beat her (in a race). The Muslims were upset by that, and when he saw the expressions on their faces they said: ‘O Messenger of Allah, Al-‘Adba’ has been beaten.’ He said: ‘It is a right upon Allah that nothing is raised in this world except He lowers it.’” (Sahih)

3619 It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “There should be no

awards (for victory in a competition) except over camels or horses.” (Sahih)

3620 It was narrated from ‘Imran bin Husain that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “There is no

‘bringing’, no ‘avoidance’* and no Shighar in Islam, and whoever robs is not one of us.” (Sahih) *Jalab and Janab: i.e., the Zakah collector should not stop in one place and demand that the people bring their goods and livestock for him to assess them, and determine how much Zakah is due. Conversely the people should not go to remote areas away from where they are expected to be, so that the Zakah collector has to travel far and face undue hardship in doing his job.

3621 It was narrated from ‘Imran bin Husain that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: “There is no

‘bringing’, no ‘avoidance’ and no Shighar in Islam.” (Sahih)

3622 It was narrated that Anas bin Malik said: “The Messenger of Allah (saw) raced with a Bedouin and

(the latter) won. It was as if the Companions of the Messenger of Allah (saw) were upset by this, so he said: ‘It is a right upon Allah that there is nothing that raises itself in this world except that He lowers it.’” (Sahih)

3623 It was narrated from Yahya bin ‘Abbad bin ‘Abdullah bin Az-Zubair, from his grandfather, that he

used to say: “In the year of Khaibar, the Messenger of Allah (saw) allocated four shares to Az-Zubair bin Al-‘Awwam: A share of Az-Zubair, a share for the relatives of Safiyyah bint ‘Abdul-Muttalib, the mother of Az-Zubair, and two shares for the horse.” (Sahih)