Rushan (El Saleem x Rullante) - Arabian Stallions at Stud
This weeks horse is KHEMOSABI Foaled May 1967 Khemosabi is one of the stallion with the most influence and fame in the today's American arabian breed. His Pedigree:
Great bloodlines for any arabian. Huckleberry Bey (Bay-El-Bey x Taffona) Formed a dynasty as the sire of champion Arabian park horses as well as being a champion himself in Park and Show. Legion of Merit award winner and was made into a Breyer model!
Born in Egypt in imported to Crabbet and later to Russia. I LOVE older style Arabians. Not sure when it became cool for horses to look like aliens, but this is an absolutely gorgeous horse.
Farlane (Abu Farwa x Alleyna, by Alla Amarward) 1957 chestnut stallion bred by HH Reese.
Hucklebey Berry+/ one of my all time favorite Arabian stallions. I had the pleasure of knowing this horse & watched him show many times. He was truly magnificent!
El Paso (Czort x Ellora) U. A very powerful and masculine stallion from the finest Arabian polish bloodlines.
one of the most famous and enduring bloodlines in the Arabian horse breed. Is also my horses Kiss aka Cisco's Charm, is the great grand son of Bask!
Hypoint photos: MONOGRAMM (*Bask++ x *Monogramma, by Knippel) 1985 chestnut stallion bred by Dick & Kay Patterson. Exported to Poland 1992
Pedigree for Marisha Apal, photos and offspring from the All Breed Horse Pedigree Database.
Marwan Al Shaqab ( Gazal Al Shaqab X Little Liza Fame ) Arabian stallion
Imperial Amir Kamar-- Straight Egyptian Arabian Chestnut Stallion #ArabianHorses
Fame VF (Bey Shah x Raffoleta-Rose) An amazing sire of champions with representatives all around the world winning at National level Halter and Performance Shows. The Dam of Marwan Al Shaqab was sired by Fame VF. Truly an amazing Arabian horse.
The Sport Horse Show and Breed Database
Mesaoud (Aziz x Yamama III by Zobeyni) A 1887 Egyptian Arabian stallion imported from Egypt to the Crabbet Park Stud in England. He formed a dynasty at the stud before being sold to Russia where he was sadly lost during the revolution.