EVENT EUROPE 2001
here for photos of the champions and class-winners
Robert Schlereth and Volker Wettengl of the training stable and studfarm
Al Qusar we must pronounce our most cordial thanks, that they with
so much love, great inset and best organization arranged for us this
show. In spite of the moderate weather a trip was worth to Velgen,
which was obvious through the participation of exhibitors from Italy,
Hungary, Schwitzerland and South- and West Germany. There were also
very interested visitors from the Orient. Sheikh Abdulaziz and his
friends, known for his knowledge about Straight Egyptian Arabians
and Sheikh Hamad as a judge were also in this year our visitors.
is very often, that a specific stud in some year is especially successful.
This time it was the stud of the Friedmann family from Zell. Two get
of the US import Sarameena (Fa Ibn Sar x Flabys Joffa) became
the winners in two youth classes: F Shamaal by Maysoun won
in the group of yearling colts and F Samirah by Ali Valentino
in the class of 2 years old fillies. Sarameena, the dam of both, is
the result of linebreeding to Sar Ibn Moniet, a son of the well-known
and exceptional stallion Ibn Moniet el Nefous. The 2 year old F Samirah
of Ali Valentino was estimated of the judges more highly and came
to highest honours: Junior Champion Filly, Supreme Champion and then
even won the Pyramid Cup (Best Egyptian of the year 2001).
Two marvellous young animals with textbook heads, very good necks,
best bodies and very good trot. With her extreme dish and fine mouth
F Samirah in particular found many friends among the spectators and
Friedmann family had, however, still another iron in the fire. With
their young colt in the class of the 2 year-olds they presented a
top horse, another overriding model. With Al Lahab by Laheeb, that
one could admire on the first page of the brand-new Almanach III,
they won immediately the class. Al Lahab is an Imperial Imdal
son, which in turn was an offspring of the known top sire Ansata Imperial.
His dam The Vision HG is by Thee Desperado out of Belle Staar, both
sired by the handsome super sire The Minstril. According to the class
victory Al Lahab was in the Championship and was named Junior Champion
Colt. Better it could not run! But the further elections brought a
surprise! Not Al Lahab became Supreme Champion, but his charming stable
mate F Samirah. In the international ECAHO show at the same weekend,
the enchanting F Samirah became the Junior Champion Filly as well.
The Friedmann stud was very satisfied. That should it be, because
with the young stallions there was a strong competition with colts
like Hamra Aligance by Ali Valentino x Sonbohlas Music (owners
Reiter & Küppers). This horse with its prominent head and the very
balanced body already had an impressive show record that includes
a class win at the Nations Cup. Behind Al Lahab as a Champion his
stable mate F Shamaal of Maysoun became the Reserve Champion Colt.
the selection for the Pyramid Cup (Best Straight Egyptian) F Samirah
stood in competition to the 7 year old stallion El Thay Mashour.
The very typey El Thay Mashour by Madkour I x El Thay Bint Kamla (owner
& breeder C. Tauschke) was not easy to beat. He got already Champion
and Supreme Champion of the stallions. The sire of El Thay Mashour,
the late Madkour I, goes went in tail female line to the famous mare
Moheba. This El Zahraa bred mare was a daugther of the foundation
mare Halima. The German Halima line with crossbreeding to Ansata Halim
Shah, is always good for a surprise.
Reserve Senior Champion Stallion was the tall MB Shattal by
Atticus-The Minstril out of EH Bushrah ,a mare bred by Mr. Hagenlocher
(Owner Mrs. von Kameke). He showed best movements and with his big
eyes and the expressive face was liked by the judges.
the Senior Championships for mares Pyramid Set El Nil by Ansata
El Salaam out of Ghandura El Saghira (Owner Mrs Wagner) had her nose
in front and was awarded Champion Mare. A fine dark bay beauty with
type, very good neck, best movements and a lot of presence. The Reserve
Champion Mare was the exceptional Malysha by Maysoun out of
Haliefee by Abbas Pasha I (Owner & Breeder S. Schreibvogel), a mare
with harmony and flair. She could impress visitors and judges alike.
3 year old Maida Bint Bint Mohssen by El Thay Shah Mabrouk
out of KP Bint Mohssen (Owner E. u. H. Thuersam) was Junior Champion
Filly. She impressed with her big eyes, short fine head and her very
class winners had to be published here, too: GR Amaretta by
Classic Shadwan, owner & breeder Escher (1ys. old fillies), Hamra
Aligance by Ali Valentino, owner Reiter & Küppers (3ys.
stallions), Najimah by The Minstril, owner S. Reiter (9-10ys.
old mares), MPA Amiri Alani by The Egyptian Prince, owner R.
Kolster (11ys. & older mares), Thamiyan by El Thay Thamam,
owner M. Pfeiffer (9-10.ys.old stallions) and Abbas Pasha I
by Ansata Abbas Pasha, owner B. Fazekas (11ys. &. old. stallions).
Supreme Champions, therefore the Pyramid Cup winner, too, were bred
by their owners - German breeders. This is proof to the fact that
we are breeding very good Straight Egyptians, although of course exceptional
horses should be imported. This can be only of advantage. Ali Valentino
(owner Weixelbaum) is obviously such a managed import. In the last
years he had supplied already very good offspring and now a Pyramid
Cup Champion! Our well-known Madkour I proved again as an outstanding
breeding stallion: With El Thay Mashour he set up a Supreme Champion
and his son Mahfouz (owner P. Gross) was on a good second place
in his class. One of the German top stallions, was also here again
in the group of the overriding sires with Malysha and F Shamaal -
the well-known Maysoun. Further must be named here Ansata El Salaam,
the sire of the Senior Champion Mare Pyramid Set El Nil. His elegant
daughter Salome Bint Salaam was on a second place in her class
as well as her full brother, Masri El Salaam.
in the international ECAHO show many Egyptians stood on first places
in their classes with the already mentioned F Samirah as a Junior
Champion Filly. The mare Dahmraks Ahira Halim by El Thay Shah
Manial (owner Bobrzyk) got with 91,67 points the highest score of
the show, in the Egyptian Event she was "only" on a second place,
but with very high points as well. The Foal Champion was Shabbura
HP by Maydan Madheen (owner H. Preuss) and Al Khayyat by
Ali Valentino was Reserve.
Limited space permits further results. However, I would like to append
just one additional point: We should think about announcing the individual
judging points given to the horses at the Egyptian Event. But the
multiplication of the notes for type must absolutely be retained,
this is an approved system. Think about it and write to me your opinion,
an objective discussion is always welcome.
Egyptian Classic-Show at Tiburg 2001
At the 22nd of July in turn the Smarius Stud in Holland invited us
again for a competition of Straight Egyptians on their idyllic place.
This show takes place at one of the loveliest showgrounds you can
imagine. The further increase of quality Egyptians and visitors showed
this. The excellent services and the comfortable atmosphere, surrounded
with oriental flair, caused for the numerous visitors and exhibitors
an impressive day. So the event encountered a general contentment
in total. In view of the meanwhile reached size and importance the
suggestion was made to invite several judges and to carry out the
judging through announcing the points according to the usual evaluation
criteria and therefore to get more differentiated results. It was
not a slight task for Mrs Sylvie Eberhardt, who dissolved her judging
alone however sovereign and to nearly everyone's satisfaction.
foals championship went to the enchanting JK Bint Dirah by
HP Mishaal out of Mindirah of the Oostervink family, followed by Marisch
S (El Madahn-Mareekh x Ismaelia) from the stud of the family Smarius
, who was the winner of the colt foals with his top movements.
very typey black GR Marietta by Madallan Madheen out of Maria
Halima won Junior Champion Filly with great presence and her marvellous
movements. She is owned by the Rothenberg stud of Annette and Erwin
Escher. Reserve Champion Filly was the charming and top moving Bint
Baatem (Thee Desperado x Baathem, owned by Bianca ter Laan/Willigenburg.
Champion Mare was the ultra-feminine MPA Amiri Alani (The Egyptian
Prince x Arabest Sahira) from Authentic Egyptian Arabians. The good
moving full sister of the champion foal, Ishmara S, received
the title of Reserve Senior Champion Mare.
Champion Colt was the very mature and noble yearling Pyramid Aalin
(Ali Valentino x Pyramid Set El Nil), bred and owned by Jürgen Wagner.
Reserv Champion was the chestnut colt Authentic Kharazi (Maysoun
x Kaliya), a striking model with an attractive trot and typey face,
owned and bred by Authentic Egyptian Arabians.
star of the day was Mosalli (Imperial Imdal x Musaliha), last
year's "Egyptian of the Year", now in the ownership of Bessewacht
Arabians. With his exotic presence and extreme type he was unbeatable
as Senior Champion Stallion. His impressive half-brother Tahir (out
of Tiffaha), owned by S. Kullmann was Reserve Champion. Mosalli then
was awarded the title "Best in Show".
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