Looked at the pedigree. The Serenity Arabians were all selected for being riding horses. English, dressage and jumping.
Then Orashan...bred in Germany. His sire Messaud is known for being of extraordinary character. In fact he was usually seen in presentations completely wrapped in plastic and kids sliding off his butt. Posted via Mobile Device
My little wildman loves to trick people into thinking he's a mellow dead head. Little do they know that he can be a hellion (it's a tiring ride, and a heck of a workout, but it's usually fun to ride out the acrobatics)
Imperial Al Kamar is a beautiful stallion that produces really well. Of course, he has that sexy tail female line through Serenity Sonbolah that just screams athletic.. adore that mare!
Imperial Baarez on the dam's side is another strong point for me, one of my favorite stallions and her dam's sire line Ibn Safinaz... gosh he has all my favorites :)
Should be uber pretty with a strong influx of athletic in there. As far as disciplines its hard to say. A lot of old halter blood in there, not the wispy "in style" halter horses you see in the Class A show world now. I'd bet this guy (girl?) is very classic looking, doesn't surprise me they are grey lol .... but I'd be looking for pretty leather to dress them in for a working career. This pedigree screams "riding horse" to me that is pretty enough to turn around and go halter as well.
Love the hip and substance on this guy and what a beautiful face :)
If anyone is curious, my horse has at least one full brother - Imperial Kal-El. He's a breeding stud somewhere but not sure where now. I think he was in Belgium last time
I saw things about him on the web. Posted via Mobile Device