Aswanthis horse was bred in Egypt

Info

grey stallion
foaled: 1958-03-13
died: 1984-00-00
sire: Nazeer sire line: Saklawi I (via Nazeer)
dam: Yosreia 1943 dam line: Venus db (branch: Hind 1929)
  strain: Hadban Enzahi
additional info: exported to Russia (Tersk) in 1963.
Aswan was bred in Egypt and came to the Russian state stud Tersk as a gift from the Egypts. That was properly the best gift for Russia since the beginning of its Arabian breeding program. Aswan's sons as well as his daughters had a lot of influence in Arabian breeding programs worldwide. Looking at his pedigree it's no surprise that he was so influental. His sire was the "sire of the century" Nazeer. His dam Yosreia gave birth to excellent broodmares like Mogha, Farasha and Bint Yosreia

Breeder

Inshass Stud
Cairo
Egypt

Progeny

NAMEGCOL.DoBSIRE/DAM
Ingenmareunknown colorn/an/a
Koronamareunknown colorn/aKroschka
Moskvichkamaregreyn/aMadia
Amperstallionunknown colorn/aPustishka
Arsstallionunknown colorn/aSopka
Patron 1966stallionchestnut1966Podruga
Magnatstalliongrey1966Monopolia
Kapelkamarechestnut1966Kapel
Naadirah 1966maregrey1966Napraslina
Najada 1966maregrey1966Naturshitsa
303 foal(s) found. show me more

Full-Siblings

NAMEGCOL.DoBSIREDAM
Yasirstallionchestnut1953NazeerYosreia 1943
Yazidstallionchestnut1954NazeerYosreia 1943
Shahrzadamaregrey1955NazeerYosreia 1943
Shamshoonstallionbay1957NazeerYosreia 1943
Bint Yosreia 1959maregrey1959NazeerYosreia 1943
5 full-sibling(s) found.

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