Adama de Susa
The name of the compound "Adama Susa" refers to the home of horse racing, ie leads to eastern lands where humanity premiered at the art of horse domestication.
Susa means "horse" in Hebrew, and almost the same words as sisu issia the Hurrian or Akkadian, were the talk of people to call the "horse" for almost three millennia. The name "Adama Susa" of the stud is paying tribute to those who have preceded us in the noble purpose of raising, education and friendly intercourse with the horse.
Clay tablets from Mesopotamia tell us something about how much they are owed. They first equine vicissitudes were reflected. The oldest text that names the horse dating from the third millennium BC and the oldest equestrian scene is only a few centuries later. The best specimens had corresponding pedigree. And classification of race and color were present. A care was a body of professionals well defined with their corresponding accreditation, rank and title, which catered to the stud in the stables and in the field.
When a horse sick, the vet came to treat him according to the symptoms that arise. Thus, if a recipe colic requiring eight plants or, rather, a twenty-three, accompanied by a specific amount of oil, honey, wine or beer. And the very close link between horse and rider, as old as difficult to date, gave rise to such jocular: "After the horse toppled his rider said: If my burden had always been like this, what would have become lazy."