- Witez II was purchased in 1949 by Earle E . and Frances Hurlbutt of the Calarabia Ranch near Calabasas, California, who owned him for the remainder of his life.
- Witez II lived on the Hurlbutt ranch for many years, but left California from 1960 to 1964 on a lease to Burr Betts of the Betts Circle 2 Ranch in Parker, Colorado.
- He had already left his mark on the breed by siring the famous " three Ws " in Poland : Witraz ( the sire of * Bask ), * Witez II, and Wielki Szlem.
- Bask's sire was Witraz, by the famed Ofir, who also sired Witez II . His dam was Balalajka, a daughter of Amurath-Sahib, deemed one of Poland's finest broodmares.
- Another stallion from this purchase was Kuhailan Haifi, sire of the stallion Ofir, who stood at the Polish State Stud at Jan體 Podlaski and had a far-reaching influence on the breeding of Arabian horses worldwide through his offspring, including his son Witez II and grandson Bask.
- Reed later said that the surrender was " more a fiesta than a military operation, as the German troops drew up an honor guard and saluted the American troops as they came in . " Being one of the relatively few horses at Hostau who was broke to ride, Witez II carried a rider throughout the evacuation and came through sound.
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