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Kabsztad by Erwin Escher
Kabsztad by Erwin Escher

Third day of the Al Khalediah show brought the title of Junior Reserve Champion to the Kwestura’s son, Polish-bred Kabsztad (on lease to Saudi Arabia). He was beaten by the 2-year-old Maharaja HDM (by Marajj), Spanish-bred and owned by Robin & Jeff McGlinn (Australia). Maharaja HDM gained less points (90,75) than Kabsztad (91,00) but at the time of the direct comparison, Marajj son won.

Junior Champion Filly became the 2-year-old Nadjah Al Zobair by Marwan Al Shaqab, Saudi bred and owned, while Reserve – Badewieh AA by Laheeb, br. Ariela Arabians, o. Ajman Stud.

Another Ajman Stud owned horse, Bess Fa’iza (by WH Justice), Belgian-bred, was chosen Senior Champion Mare and the Reserve title went to Kharelle (by Dakhar El Jamaal), American-bred but Saudi owned.

Imperial Baarez, bred by Imperial Egyptian Stud (USA), owned by El Farida Stud (Egypt) became Senior Champion Stallion – as expected. Om El Extreem, bred by Om El Arab International, owned by Ajman Stud, is Reserve.

The results of the class rivalry (held yesterday and today) were not a surprise.
In the 4-6-year-old mares class we saw very well known contenders as Bess Fa’iza (chosen champion later on), FS Cayenne (by A.S. Natsir Apal) or JJ Polaca (by Magnum Psyche). The class was won by the first (with a very high score of 93,25) ahead of Bint Al Shamal (by Koronec) – 90,75. In the 7-9-year-old class an Ekstern daughter competed, Krystal Tiara, British bred and owned, but she placed just fifth (despite she gained more than 90 points). The winner was Kharelle (by Dakhar El Jamaal), American bred, Saudi owned – 92,50. In the last mares class two stars distinguished themselves: Eagleridge Passionata (by Sanadik El Shaklan), Australian-bred, o. Ajman Stud – 91,75 and Martinique (by Ansata Sinan), German-bred, o. Dubai Arabian Horse Stud – 90,50.

Among the stallions 4-6-year-old two horses bred by the host triumphed: Moutaz Al Biwaibiya (by Aja Sangali) – 90,50 and Ashhal Al Khalidiah (also by Aja Sangali), both owned by Prince Khaled bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz. The “guests” – horses bred in Europe and Brazil such as FS Ronaldo (by Kubinec), br. Frank Spoenle and British owned – 89,00 or BS Paparazzi (by Kar Papageno), German-bred, Saudi owned – 88,75 – were beaten by them. The German-bred Major won the 7-9-year-old stallions class while Imperial Baareg (by Imperial Baarez), American-bred, o. El Farida Stud (Egypt) placed fourth. His sire, Egyptian-owned Imperial Baarez (by PVA Kariim), future champion, won the last class easily (93 points, including 3 x20 for type and 4 x 20 for head & neck!) ahead of American-bred and owned by Ajman Stud Om El Extreem (91,5, including 3 x 20 for type).

 

The horses leading in senior classes:

Class 7 – mares 4-6-year-old
1. Bess Fa’iza (po WH Justice), Belgian-bred, o. Ajman Stud – 93,25
2. Bint Al Shamal (by Koronec), br/o. King Abdullaha Bin Abdulaziz & sons – 90,75
3. FS Cayenne (by A.S. Natsir Apal), br. Frank Spoenle, o. Ajman Stud – 90,5
4. Marylla (by Gazal Al Shaqab), Swedish-bred, Saudi owned
5. JJ Polaca (by Magnum Psyche), American-bred, o. Prince Khaled bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz
6. Maya des Alpes (by Simeon Sadik), br/o. Anne Lise & Otto Berg (France)

Class 8 – mares 7-9-year-old
1. Kharelle (by Dakhar El Jamaal), American-bred, Saudi owned – 92,50
2. Mmecca (by Al Baraki), American-bred, o. UAE – 91,50
3. Loredana K (by Borsalino K), Brazilian-bred, o. Prince Khaled bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz – 90,50
4. Krystal Tiara (by Ekstern), British bred and owned – 90,25

Class 9 – mares 10-year-old and more
1. Eagleridge Passionata (by Sanadik El Shaklan), Australian-bred, o. Ajman Stud – 91,75
2. Martinique (by Ansata Sinan), German-bred, o. Dubai Arabian Horse Stud – 90,50

Class 10 – stallions 4-6-year-old
1. Moutaz Al Biwaibiya (by Aja Sangali), br/o. Prince Khaled bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz – 90,50
2. Ashhal Al Khalidiah (by Aja Sangali), br/o. Prince Khaled bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz – 90,00
3. FS Ronaldo (by Kubinec), br. Frank Spoenle, British owned – 89
4. BS Paparazzi (by Kar Papageno), German-bred, Saudi owned – 88,75
5. Fahrenheit GAT (by El Nabila B), Brazilian-bred, o. Athba Stud (Saudi Arabia)
6. MM Fabrizio (by CH El Brillo), br. Mario Matt (Austria), o. Francesco Tripodi (Italy)

Class 11 – stallions 7-9-year-old
1. Major (by El Allah Abu), German-bred and owned – 91,00
2. Sabea Al Sahraa (by Koronec), br/o. King Abdullaha Bin Abdulaziz & sons – 90,50
3. Kenz Noor (by Imperial Madori), Egyptian-bred, o. Rabab Stud (Saudi Arabia) – 89,75
4. Imperial Baareg (by Imperial Baarez), American-bred, o. El Farida Stud (Egypt)

Class 12 – stallions 10-year-old and more
1. Imperial Baarez – (by PVA Kariim), br. Imperial Egyptian Stud (USA), o. El Farida Stud (Egipt) – 93
2. Om El Extreem (by Sanadik El Shaklan), br. Om El Arab International (USA), o. Ajman Stud – 91,5

 

Read more about the Al Khalediah Horse Festival:

Kabsztad wins his class at the Al Khalediah show

Al Khalediah Horse Festival: auction and races

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