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Dafina

Dafina

The mare Dafina was bred by Marbach state stud. She is out of Marbach's broodmare Dukna who is a granddaughter of Dschadaah, the only Marbach bred mare that became World Champion mare in Paris in 1986.
Dschadaah left the mare Dschihan in Marbach who is the dam of Dukna as well as of the stallion Dschehim. Dschehim was well trained in dressage and was also standing at Marbach stud before he died untimely in 2016. Dafina's sire is Amurath Muntahi, a son by Amurath Baikal and so carries on the bloodline of Bask. [2019-11-01] (photo: © Aline Sagrabelny)Read More

Simeon Saada

Simeon Saada

Simeon Saada is a Straight Egyptian look-alike daughter of Asfour, a stallion bred in Germany and was later exported to Australia. The dam of Simeon Saada, Simeon Safanad was the first born daughter out of 27 Ibn Galal V - foundation mare of Simeon Stud and producer of champions. So, Simeon Saada is full-sister to late Simeon Sadik and maternal half-sister to late Simeon Shai, both successful halter show horses and breeding sires. Simeon Saada is a valued broodmare at Simeon Stud producing beautiful offsprings like the black Simeon Sachor. MORE (photo: © Gudrun Waiditschka)

Petla

Petla

The mare Petla is a member of the P-family of Janow Podlaski founded by Piewica. World Champion Mares Pianissima or Pilarka belong to that family. Petla is from the Pentoda branch of that family.
Petla is valued broodmare at Janow Podlaski, giving birth to Pedagog, Perla or to Scottsdale Surpreme Champion Stallion Pogrom.
Through her sire Visbaden Petla carries 50% of Russian blood as well.
Visbaden was exported to Hungary where he sired foals at Babolna state stud. MORE (photo: © Gudrun Waiditschka)

Lissar

Lissar

Lissar was bred by Michalow in Poland and sired by World Champion Stallion Gazal Al Shaqab. Gazal Al Shaqab also sired Polish mares like Pianissima, Emandoria or Pinga.
Lissar's dam Larissa, was also very successful at shows. She has been e.g. Polish National Champion Mare in 1997. Through her sire, the legendary Eukaliptus, she is half-sister to Emigrantka, Esklawa and Grenlandia; all Polish National Champion mares!
Lissar himself was also successfully shown in halter. He has been e.g. Silver Champion Stallion at the Tulip Cup. MORE (photo: © Betty Finke)

Mak

Mak

The race horse Mak was used at the Russian State stud where he sired only seven foals. But one of these foals was Kumir.
Kumir was raced as well and was later used as chief sire at Tersk. Through Kumir, Mak's line is still very strong in Europe. Mak's sire Korej is 50% Crabbet bred through his dam Rixalina. Rixalina traces over Ridaa (through her daughter Risala) to the Crabbet foundation mare Rodania (desert bred).
Mak's dam Madila also traces to Rodania, over Ridaa again but through her other daughter Riyala.
Through Korej's sire Kann, Mak is also influenced by French bloodlines because Kann was born in France and is a son by Denouste, a French bred horse.
MORE (photo: © Balaskhin Collection)