Sire: RHR Almaas

RHR Almaas is a heterozygous black stallion born in America by Nancy Wight Rockin ‘Heart Ranch in Potlatch (Idaho, USA).  At 1 ½ year old Almaas is sold to Dorothy Brandie of Templar Croft Arabians in Aberdeenshire (Scotland). Almaas has been used as breeding- and showstallion. After an intermediate step at Helen Hennekens-van Nes of Flaxman Arabians (Belgium), we may consider us to be the proud owner since mid-2016 of this magnificent stallion. Almaas has a very friendly, cheerful and sweet character. Almaas shows little stallion behavior and acts like a true gentleman at the stable. Outside children can even walk with him.

RHR Almaas is Al Khamsa registert carries the following strains:
Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: El Dahma (APS)

He is born on May 25th 2004.

His height is 148 cm / 58 inch / 4,8 inch / 14,5 hand.

RHR Safar has made the list of Leading Juvenile Sires as reported in the Arabian Horse Times.

In addition to winning halter championships,  RHR Safar is proving himself to have what it takes to be a world class stallion –  beautiful foals.  In his second foal crop, Safar had 10 fillies and 3 colts.  All of them were stamped with the evidence of the powerful sire lines behind RHR Safar.

Bud Gilbert, an astute breeder who has bred his lovely Skyhaven mares to some of the Egyptian world’s best known stallions, tells us that his foals by RHR Safar are some of the very best he has ever had!  Other well established and successful breeders have been so kind as to make similar remarks.

A top breeding stallion is prepotent for some important qualities, such as beautiful faces, long, high set necks, strong toplines with short backs and correct, balanced conformation and excellent legs.   These are the qualities that we are delighted to report RHR Safar is passing on consistently to his get.  Not the least is a sweet, people orientated, tractable temperament, this has been Safar’s hallmark characteristic and Safar gets it from both sides of his pedigree!

If colour is important to you, and it does draw attention to your breeding program, all of Safar’s foals that are chestnut instead of black, are very light, some almost white, flaxen as well!  Color options don’t get any better than that!

The sire of RHR Safar is Thee Desperado, a 1989 Egyptian Arabian stallion, first made an impression in the Arabian horse world as a halter champion: U.S. and Canadian Top Ten Stallion in 1993; Unanimous Grand Champion Stallion at Scottsdale and U.S. Reserve National Champion Stallion in 1994. His greatest success, however, was as a breeding stallion. A sire of many U.S. and Canadian national and international champions, Thee Desperado was named Leading Sire at the Egyptian Event, an annual international competition held by The Pyramid Society breeders’ association, for ten consecutive years.

Princess Monalia has a stunning head. It is unbelievably deep, broad between the most gigantic eyes with a full jibba, deep dish, and huge jaw. Her eyes are so big, superlatives fail.

Princess has a correct, balanced conformation with perfect legs, and she passes this asset on to her foals. As a bonus, she is a lovely mover and loves to flag her tail.

She has the quietest, most laid back disposition ever found on an Arabian horse.

Princess Monalia is the daughter of Haziz Halim. Haziz Halim who was one of the youngest remaining sons of the famous Ansata Ibn Halima and out of Serenity Shahrabi. Haziz had an outstanding, timeless pedigree, exquisite type, and just so happens to be black! (Which is pretty amazing considering the absence of black in his pedigree.)

One of the best things that Haziz passed on to his progeny was his remarkably pleasant disposition. In addition, his offspring have nice typical arabian heads, good reach, stretch and movement, and substantial size, all of which are required for show ring wins. He was a performance champion and has sired champions in a variety of divisions. His offspring have distinguished themselves with Class A championships in hunter pleasure, western pleasure, country pleasure, show hack, dressage, and trail, as well as winning on the racetrack. They have also done well at halter as futurity champions, class A champions, and IAHA Sweepstakes money winners. Haziz Halim was a consistent sire who left his indelible mark on his offspring. For this reason, he crossed well with a wide range of bloodlines. Because of Haziz’s excellent disposition, he was a real joy to handle on a daily basis as well as a pleasure to ride.

Mare: C.A. Lambada

C.A Lambada is a grey Egyptian related Arabian mare. Ze is the daughter from stallion GR Lahab (Al Lahab x GR Nashidah) and from mare Isra Al Mahlika (DF Malik Jamil x Sarafeh). She’s born in June 28th 2014. Her height is 151 cm / 59 inch / 4,9 inch / 14,8 hand.

The sire van GR Lahab is al Lahab.

Al Lahab’s continual success, for many years now, demonstrates his exceptional qualities:

As a yearling, he was Junior Champion at the Asil World Cup in Hanover and Reserve Champion at the All Nations Cup in Aachen.

When he was two years old, he achieved several championship titles and won the European Championships in Verona.

During his stay in the USA, Al Lahab charmed the audience and came back to Germany highly decorated as theSupreme Champion of the Egyptian Event in Kentucky.

2006 was the year of the wonderful white horse:

Champion at Borgloon, at Towerlands, and at the All Nations Cup

and finally the cherry on the icing:

All Lahab returned from Paris as World Champion with a historical review: Eleven times, the judges pulled out the highest mark (20). Something like that had never been done before! Unanimously, the six judges chose Al Lahab for World Senior Champion.

In 2007, Al Lahab was able to gain another significant victory: The stallion left the Dubai International Horse Show as “Senior Champion Stallion” and also won the Dubai Gold Cup.

What had been missing until then followed in 2009: Al Lahab claimed the title at the A Show of the Seniors Championships in Menton, France. Handled by Frank Spoenle, the ten-year-old stallion once again had charmed the judges.

But that was not enough for 2009:

For the second time after his victory of 2006, Al Lahab won the Seniors Championships at the All Nations Cup 2009.

At the end of 2009, ASL Lahab once again attended the World Championships in Paris, won in his class and became Reserve World Champion.

The year 2010 brought another resounding success: In March, Al Lahab drew not only the victory in the class of ten-year-old stallions at the Dubai International Arabian Horse Championships. He also gained the title ofchampion and thus, once again, the victory in a title show.

Isra Al Mahlika is a grey Egyptian related Arabian mare. She is sired by D.F. Malik Jamil (N.K. Hafid Jamil x Amouva by Maysoun). Her sire traces in the tail-female line back to the wellknown Elite-mare Hanan (Alaa El Din x Mona by Badr).

DF Malik Jamil is a georgous grey stallion from Birkhof Stud. He’s by NK Hafid Jamil, a very well know stallion in Europe and out of a Maysoun daughter, from Abbeyah strain, who trace to the georgous Hanan.

NK Hafid Jamil is by IBN Nejdy. His daughter NK Soraya is the dam of German National Champion Stallion, Egyptian Event Europe Champion Stallion and the German Arabica Show Reserve Champion Stallion Sahib, who  is linebred to Salaa El Dine.

IBN Nejdy has been said to resemble the Arabians in Vernet paintings and is a consistent sire of refinement.  He is a maternal brother to Asil Cup Reserve Champion Mare ALIFA and to Qatar Reserve National Champion Mare Aisha, the paternal granddam of Aahhal Al Rayyan, already mentioned.

NK Hafid Jamil’s dam Helala also produced Dr Nagel’s favorite mare NK Hind.

Jamal El Dine is out of Ansata Ken Ranya, a daughter of Salaa El Dine and granddaughter of Jamill whose second dam produced Ansata Halim Shah.

DF Malik Jamil is Al Khamsa registered. DF Malik Jamil carries the following strains:
Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: El Shahbaa (INS)

Sarafeh is a beautiful Arabian mare with 99% Egyptian bloodlines. She is a daughter of the WAHO Trophy winner in 2007: Maysoun (Ansata Halim Shah x Ibn Galal v. Maysouna). Her dam is Amun Shahzada.

The “WAHO Trophy 2006″ in Germany was awarded to the straight Egyptian stallion Maysoun (Ansata Halim Shah x Maysouna), bred and owned by Maiworm stud. He is the only stallion in Germany who sired 8 sons, who were awarded a gold medal at the annual German Stallion Show.

For many years Maysoun was one of the leading sires in Germany. He was sought-after by experienced breeders as well as less experienced ones who just wanted to have a cute, home-bred friend.

Maysoun is known to pass on colour to his children – chestnuts, bays as well as blacks and greys are frequent. This is part of his dam’s heritage. Maysouna, a small but powerful chestnut, was the result of the mating between the chestnut stallion Ibn Galal and one of his own daughters.

In addition, her tail female line went to the chestnut “queen of the Nile”, Moniet El Nefous. When bred to mares from the Ibn Galal line, some of Maysoun’s foals show a bit of white in their eyes now and then. They are, however, splendidly proportioned horses with a particularly free and light way of moving.

In general his offspring stand out for their great balance and harmony. An excellent topline, a long neck, small ears and a very high tail carriage contribute to a delightfully exotic charisma. Very very often their disposition is of a splendid nature. They are preferably “one-man-horses”, willing to give all for their chosen friend.

Maysoun is Al Khamsa registered. Maysoun carries the following strains:
Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: Roga El Beda (APS)

Sarafeh her dam is Amun Shahzada. Amun Shahzada is a beautiful grey mare. Whose parents were both imported from the United States and who is a full sister to the distinguished show mare Bint Sylvan Lass.

The sire of Amun Shahzada is El Zahra and her dam is Sylvan Lass. The sire of El Zahra is Anwarr.

Anwarr is Al Khamsa registered. Anwarr carries the following strains.
Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: El Samraa (INS)

And the dam of El Zahra is Bint Gazelle I. Bint Gazella I is a grey mare by Sid Abouhom (RAS) out of Gazella I (INS). El Zahra is the full brother of Meshmesha and he is a straight egyptian, Al Khamsa and Blue List registered.

El Zahra carries the following strains:
Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: Ghazieh (AP)

The dam of Amun Shahzada  is Sylvan Lass.  Sylvan Lass is the full sister of the great Bint Sylvan Lass. Sylvan Lass is by Al-Marah Sylvan Sheik x Gallasaa.

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RHR Almaas

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