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Ali Moniscione

Ali Moniscione

Ali Moniscione is a son by the late Psytadel. Psytadel combined Padron Psyche and Bey Shah in his pedigree. Psytadel produced -like his sire and grandsire- successful show horses like El Amin, Aja Sanstorm or Maharani CF.
Ali Monsicione attracts attention with his white markings, most likely inherited by his grandsires Padron Psyche and Focus Highlander who both had lots of 'chrome'. He was successfully halter shown as Junior horse and was e.g. Italian Nat. Champion Colt and European Junior Champion Colt. [2020-10-11] (photo: © Aline Sagrabelny)Read More

Madkours Impuls

Madkours Impuls

Madkours Impuls was sired by Straight Egyptian stallion Madkour I. Madkour I had a large influence in breeding that was not limited in Europe. Through his son Jamil (Jamilll), Madkour I had also influence in America and Australia.
Madkours Impuls' dam Imperial is a daughter by German Elite stallion Shagar. He was sold as a youngster to Ismer Stud, DE where he was used chief sire throughout his breeding career.
Madkours Impuls' dam-line traces back to the Babolna bred mare Isabell whose only daughter Inazzah keeps up the line with her 16 offsprings. MORE (photo: © Aline Sagrabelny)

Aishaa 2003

Aishaa 2003

Aishaa by AS Natsir-Apal. AS Natsir-Apal was successful at shows as a Junior horse, e.g. he was Belgium Nat.Junior Champion 1996 and 1997. His maternal half-brother is AS Sinans Pascha, also a very successful show horse (1999 World Reserve Junior Champion, France).
Aishaa's dam is Bint Sanadiva who also brought Azeem Ibn Justice, a successful halter show horse in the United Emirates. Aishaa's maternal granddam is the dam of Scottsdale champion FS Bengali.
Aishaa is an extremely beautiful and female mare. She was crowded German National Champion Mare in 2007. MORE (photo: © Aline Sagrabelny)

Hadban Enzahi

Hadban Enzahi

Habdan Enzahi was selected at El Zahraa in Egypt by the Marbach state stud and imported in 1955 to bring 'fresh' blood to the Marbach herd.
In Egypt he was known as 'Kamel' but was renamed to Hadban Enzahi which reflected his dam-line as his dam Kamla was a Hadbah Enzahiyah.
He was one of the three legendary 'German' Nazeer-sons besides Ghazal and Kaisoon- that had a big influence not only to Marbach but also to the German Arabian breeding programs of that time. His Marbach bred daughter Dschadaah (x Hamdi) was World Champion mare in 1986, a success he did not live to see. Hadban Enazhi died in 1975. MORE (photo: © In The Focus)

Algeria

Algeria

The Polish bred Algeria comes from a very successful mating of Celebes to Algonkina. The combination produces horses like Algomej, Swedish National Champion Stallion as well as the mares Algorada and Alpaga.
Algeria herself was successful at halter shows as well. She was crowded Polish National Champion mare in 1982. Besides her show career she brought 18 foals for Janow Podlaski between 1976 and 1995.
Algeria died in 2002. MORE (photo: © Urszula Sawicka)