MIA ZAHRA


 

El Thay Shah Manial x Suruji Mayet

baia 2010 / bay mare 2010 / Saqlawiyah Gidraniyah - Moniet El Nefous family

 

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      ANSATA HALIM SHAH
    EL THAY IBN HALIM SHAH  
      MAHAMEH
  EL THAY SHAH MANIAL    
      NIZAM
    EL THAY MAHEERA  
      MONA II
MIA ZAHRA      
      IMPERIAL IMDAL
    HADAYA EL TAREEF  
      HADAYA NILE MERYTATEN
  SURUJI MAYET    
      FARAZDAC
    FIRIH  
      FARSA

Mia Zahra è stata allevata in Italia, da Luxor Arabians, è qui al Sacconi Arabian Stud in leasing.

È una doppia Saqlawiyah ed entrambe le sue linee femminili risalgono alla famosa sposa del Nilo, Moniet El Nefous, un nome che è sempre musica per chi ama questi particolari ceppi genetici.
Entrambe le sue linee maschili sono Duhaymat Al Shahwaniyat.
Il padre, El Thay Shah Manial (El Thay Ibn Halim Shah x El Thay Maheera) è fratello pieno dell’Elite stallion, vincitore in shows in Germania El Thay Mabrouk.
Questo stallone è sempre stato molto ammirato per il movimento e la struttura fisica.

I genitori di El Thay Shah Manial sono due colonne dell’allevamento Europeo del cavallo puro egiziano. El Thay Ibn Halim Shah è stato uno dei primi figli nati in Germania da Ansata Halim Shah ed è anche l’unico puledro della combinazione con l’Elite Mare Dahmah Shahwaniyah Mahameh.

El Thay Ibn Halim Shah è stato:
  • Premium Colt at the Stallion Licensing in 1987
  • Excellent stallion performance test at the racetrack
  • Asil Cup Senior Champion Stallion
  • National Champion Stallion of Germany
  • Sire of international champions

La madre di El Thay Shah Manial è una delle fondatrici dello storico programma di allevamento El Thayeba: la baia Elite Mare El Thay Maheera (Nizam x Mona II).
Mona II (Mahomed x Mahiba), allevata da H.Nagel è sorella piena dell’Elite stallion Ibrahim.

El Thay Maheera è stata la madre di 12 figli, la maggior parte dei quali, tutti fondatori di allevamenti. Tra i suoi figli maschi, è doveroso ricordare El Thay Mansour: ELITE Stallion, 1994 Aachen Reserve Champion Stallion and 1994 Egyptian Event Europe Champion Stallion.
Due delle sue figlie sono state elette Premium Mares dallo Stud Book Tedesco.

La madre, Suruji Mayet, è stata allevata negli Stati Uniti ma è da tanti anni qui in Italia, dove ha avuto un buon numero di figli e figlie. Ora ha la sua meritata pensione nell’allevamento Luxor Arabians.

Il padre di Suruji Mayet è Hadaya El Tareef (Imperial Imdal x Hadaya Nile Merytaten) uno dei più famosi e importanti figli di Imperial Imdal.

Hadaya El Tareef è stato:
  • 1993 Canadian National Top Ten Stallion
  • 1993 Region 15 Champion Stallion
  • 1993 Egyptian Event Get of Sire winner
  • 1992 Top Ten Stallion, Salon du Cheval , World Championships
  • 1992 Region 14 Reserve Champion Stallion
  • 1992 Egyptian Event Get of Sire winner
  • 1991 US National Top Ten Stallion
  • 1991 Canadian National Top Ten Stallion
  • 1991 Egyptian Event Supreme Champion Stallion - unanimous
  • 1991 East Coast Champion Stallion
  • 1991 Region 12 Champion Stallion
  • 1991 Region 15 Champion Stallion
  • 1990 Region 12 Top Five Stallion
  • 1990 Egyptian Event Futurity Champion Stallion

Sicuramente il fenotipo di Imperial Imdal ha influenzato Suruji Mayet: da lui ha ereditato la forma del dorso, la posizione delle zampe, l’innesto del collo, il profilo della testa, seppur più raffinata, grazie alle influenze della sua bassa linea femminile. La madre di Hadaya El Tareef discende dalle meravigliose fattrici della famiglia Dahmah Shahwaniyah, fondata da Falima. Le due basi femminili, entrambe saure, nipoti dirette di Moniet El Nefous, pur lontane geograficamente, sono state date entrambe a due stalloni Dahman Shahwan, di famiglia Farida, la soluzione più logica e “sicura”. Mahiba (Alaa El Din X Mouna) è stata data a Mahomed (Hadban Enzahi x Malikah), mentre Hoyeda (Morafic x Mouna) è stata data ad Ansata Ibn Halima (Nazeer x Halima).

Le due figlie risultanti Mona II e Farsa hanno continuato così:
  • Mona II con Nizam (Shaarawi x Nazeema, da Alaa El Din), doppio El Sareei, da cui ha ereditato colore e linee generali, e ha prodotto la baia El Thay Maheera, che ha bypassato i fenotipi legati al sauro Moniet e al grigio Nazeer, per mantenere il baio di El Sareei, legando a ciò anche le sue produzioni.
  • Farsa con Il bellissimo Farazdac (Alaa El Din X Farasha, da Sid Abouhom) e ha prodotto Firih. A questo punto sono intervenuti gli altri due stalloni Dahman Shahwan: El Thay Ibn Halim Shah e Hadaya El Tareef, entrambi potenti dal punto di vista genetico.

Mia Zahra was bred in Italy, by Luxor Arabians, and now she is here, in Sacconi Arabian Stud in leasing.

She is double Saqlawiyah and both her dam lines trace back to the famous Nile’s wife: Moniet El Nefous: a name that is always music for those who love these particular strains.
Both her sire lines are Duhaymat Al Shahwaniyat.
Her sire, El Thay Shah Manial (El Thay Ibn Halim Shah x El Thay Maheera) is full brother of the Elite stallion, winner in shows in Germany: El Thay Shah Mabrouk.
This stallion has always been admired for his movement and structure.

The El Thay Shah Manial’s parents are two pillars of the Straight Egyptian European breeding.
El Thay Ibn Halim Shah was one of the first heirs of Ansata Halim Shah and he was, also, the only foal of the combination with the Elite Mare Dahmah Shahwaniyah Mahameh.

El Thay Ibn Halim Shah has been:
  • Premium Colt at the Stallion Licensing in 1987
  • Excellent stallion performance test at the racetrack
  • Asil Cup Senior Champion Stallion
  • National Champion Stallion of Germany
  • Sire of international champions

El Thay Shah Manial’s dam was one of the foundation mares of the historic breeding program of El Thayeba, she was the full bay, Elite Mare, El Thay Maheera (Nizam x Mona II). Mona II (Mahomed x Mahiba) was full sister of the Elite stallion Ibrahim. Both of them were bred by H. Nagel.

El Thay Maheera was the dam of 12 foals, most of whom, were foundation horse for a great number of breeding programs. Among his male-heirs, it is important to remember El Thay Mansour: ELITE Stallion, 1994 Aachen Reserve Champion Stallion and 1994 Egyptian Event Europe Champion Stallion.
Two of El Thay Maheera’s daughters were elected Premium Mares, in the German Stud Book.

Mia Zahra’s dam is Suruji Mayet (Hadaya El Tareef x Firih), she was bred in U.S.A. but she is in Italy since she was a younger one. Here in Italy she was mother of a lot of foals and now Suruji Mayet enjoys the well-earned retirement in the breeding facility of Luxor Arabians.

Suruji Mayet’s sire is Hadaya El Tareef (Imperial Imdal x Hadaya Nile Merytaten), one of most famous and important Imperial Imdal’ sons.

Hadaya El Tareef has been:
  • 1993 Canadian National Top Ten Stallion
  • 1993 Region 15 Champion Stallion
  • 1993 Egyptian Event Get of Sire winner
  • 1992 Top Ten Stallion, Salon du Cheval , World Championships
  • 1992 Region 14 Reserve Champion Stallion
  • 1992 Egyptian Event Get of Sire winner
  • 1991 US National Top Ten Stallion
  • 1991 Canadian National Top Ten Stallion
  • 1991 Egyptian Event Supreme Champion Stallion - unanimous
  • 1991 East Coast Champion Stallion
  • 1991 Region 12 Champion Stallion
  • 1991 Region 15 Champion Stallion
  • 1990 Region 12 Top Five Stallion
  • 1990 Egyptian Event Futurity Champion Stallion

Sure, the Imperial Imdal phenotype influenced Suruji Mayet: you will see him in the shape of her back or, the legs position, the neck grafting, the head profile, albeit finer, thanks to the influence of her low dam family.
Hadaya El Tareef dam line traces back to the wonderful mares of the Dahmah Shahaniyah’s family, founded by Falima.
Both of Mia Zahra dam families, both of them chestnut in color, although geographically distant, they were mated to two Duhaymat stallions of Farida family, certainly the most logical and safe solution.
Mahiba (Alaa El Din X Mouna) was mated to Mahomed (Hadban Enzahi x Malikah), while Hoyeda (Morafic x Mouna) was mated to Ansata Ibn Halima (Nazeer x Halima).

The resulting daughters: Mona II and Farsa have continued in this way:
  • Mona II was mated to Nizam (Shaarawi x Nazeema, by Alaa El Din), double El Sareei. From this nick was born El Thay Maheera. This mare seems to have bypassed the traditional chestnut colour linked to Moniets, as well as the gray linked to the Nazeers, to maintain the bay color linked to El Sareei. You will see him in her productions.
  • Farsa was mated to the beautiful Farazdac (Alaa El Din x Farasha, by Sid Abouhom) and came out Firih. At this point two powerful genetically Duhaymat Al Shahwan stallions were utilized. El Thay Ibn Halim Shah, in Germany and Hadaya El Tareef, in U.S.A. In this way were born El Thay Shah Manial and Suruji Mayet.