Originally Posted by JustDressageIt
Hey WSA! Just wondering:
- how much are you asking?
- what kind of a home do you want him to go to?
- what does he do?
I work at a tack shop in Calgary, and could advertise him for you if you'd like.
I myself am also shopping.. kinda.. once I sell Maia
I'm asking $1650.00 for him.
Right now he's only halter broke, but I do plan on starting his saddle work within a week or two.
He is great to handle on the ground, excellent manners, respectful of fences, good to catch.
I have only kept him penned in by himself, so I don't know how he would do with running with mares, but he can be aggressive with male horses.
Even though he is awesome to handle and has NEVER been aggressive with a person, I would perfer him to go to a home with someone experianced with handling stallions because he is still a stallion.
He is an AMAZING halter prospect. That's really what I wanted to do with him it just isn't quite working out that way.
He's up to date on his wormer and farrier work.
Here's what his pedigree has done:
1986 Canadian National Champion Show Hack
1985 SHOW RECORD
Show Hack 3 - First, 2 - Second, 1- Third
2 Championship Stakes Region
17 Top Five English Pleasure - 1- First, 2 - Second 1 Champion Stake
Ibn Moniet El Nefous:
*Strain: SAKLAWI JEDRAN IBN SUDAN Breeder: EAO Accomplishments
:GET: 11 National winners
U.S. Nal Champion Western Pleasure NAZMON CW;
U.S. Top Ten Futurity Colt AK SHAH MONIET;
17 produced National winners.
Bint Bint Moniet:
Bred by Richard G. Pritzlaff, Sapello, New Mexico.
1975 US Top Ten mare
Bentwood Farm's leading mare
Bint Bint Moniet rocked the breed with her son Moniet El Sharaf's syndication for $ 10,000,000 (read it again - $10 million!).
Bred by Henry B. Babson, Chicago, Illinois. Sire of seventy-nine registered purebred Arabian foals. Straight Egyptian, Sheykh Obeyd Foundation. Al Khamsa, Inc.
Class A Park Champion
Aged Stallions Reserve Champion 1966 Scottsdale
Houston Livestock Show Champion Stallion
Moniet El Nefous:
RAS 1/P59-57; BAHC F-14 Bred by R.A.S. Kafr Farouk Stables, Egypt. 18,75% Crabbet. Died 1978. Dam of thirteen registered purebred Arabian foals. Strain: SAKLAWI JEDRAN IBN SUDAN Breeder: ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Accomplishments
am of more National winner producers than any other EAO based mare.One of the most influential mares in the Arabian breed
Rashad Ibn Nazeer:
EAO 349, AHR*14453. Imp to USA 1958 by Richard Pritzlaff. 43,75% Crabbet. Rashad Ibn Nazeer during schooling session by Hans Handler of the Spanish Riding School. Handler visited importer Richard Pritzlaff of Rancho San Ignacio (RSI) in NM, who had taken lessons at the school in Vienna, at least twice. Sheykh Obeyd, Heirloom, Straigh Egyptian Arabian import from EAO.
Ansata Ibn Halima:
100% Sheykh Obeyd, 18,75% Crabbet/GSB. Bred by Egyptian Agricultural Organization, El Zahraa, Egypt. Imported from Egypt to United States of America on November 3, 1959, by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Forbis. Sire of two hundred eighteen (two hundred sixty-one??, according to another source) registered purebred Arabian foals. Died September 17, 1981. EAO 279 Strain: Dahman Shahwan Three time United States National Champion Top 10 Stallion// United States National Top 10 Park Horse. The only imported Egyptian stallion to sire a U.S. Natl Champion Stallion ANSATA IBN SUDAN and a U.S. Nal Champion Mare FA HALIMA * GET; 14 National winners; More than 30 have produced National winners.
AHR #9552; CAHR #379
Bred by Chic and Lillian Miller, Olds, Alberta, Canada. Sire of one hundred seventy-one registered purebred Arabian foals. Abu-Alla was named Western Canadian Breeders Champion Stallion in 1961 and 1962 and became a Canadian Natioinal top 10 Stallion
1964 Scottsdale Champion Stallion
1964 Scottsdale Champion Park (3-gaited)
1964 US National Champion Stallion
1964 US National Top-Ten Park
1965 Spokane Reserve Champion Park
1965 US National Champion Park
1965 Legion of Merit
1966 Scottsdale Champion Park
1967 US National Reserve Champion Formal Driving
1967 US National Reserve Champion Formal Combination