Azarah Sirius
2006 Black Egyptian-related Arabian Mare

Extended Pedigree:

Azarah Sirius K

Azhar Ibn Sirius C VA Sirius+/ B Imperial Imdal+ G Ansata Imperial G
Dalia++ G
VA Marlayna G Ansata Ibn Sudan G
Bint Fa-Rajah+/ G
Shahzahra Moniet C Shah of Gizeh K Shah Nishan+ C
Rafdraff G
Nile Enchantress G AK Elzahra Moniet C
Su Va Neer G
WW Black Squeeze K I Pharaoh K Knight of Century K Faress Shade K
Khaty of Century B
Eve of Century K Faress Shade K
Satin of Century G
Mi Midnight Onyx K Amirs Gem K Amir El Adhem K
Knight Beauty K
Mi Sashaija K Mi Omega B
Maija B


Pedigree Research:

Azhar Ibn Sirius

Azhar Ibn Sirius
1997 Chestnut Arabian Stallion
(VA Sirius x Shahzahra Moniet)

Reference Sire

- Eastern Futurity Winner
- Class A Halter Winner
- Numerous EAAHSC Most Classic Winner
- EAAHSC High Point Most Classic

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VA Sirius

VA Sirius+/
1985 Bay Egyptian Stallion
(Imperial Imdal x VA Marlayna)

Reference Sire

- Canadian National Top 10
- Region 16 Champion (x2)
- Region 15 Champion
- East Coast Champion (x2)

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Imperial Imdal

Imperial Imdal+
1982 Grey Egyptian Stallion
(Ansata Imperial x Dalia)

Reference Sire

- 1984 Egyptian Event Champion Stallion
- 1985 Egyptian Event Champion Stallion
- 1985 East Coast Champion Stallion
- 1986 World Champion Stallion (Paris)
- 1986 East Coast Champion Stallion
- 1986 Region 16 Champion Stallion
- 1986 Egyptian Event Supreme Champion
- 1987 Region 15 Champion Stallion
- 1987 U.S. National Top Ten Stallion
- 1988 U.S. National Res. Champion Stallion
- 1990 Egyptian Event Supreme Champion
- 1990 U.S. National Top Ten Stallion
- Awarded the Legion of Honor award

His pedigree brings together the finest blood of four great breeding programs: Imperial Egyptian Stud, Ansata Arabian Stud, Gleannloch Farms, and the Egyptian Agricultural Organization (EAO).  He is a well-known, highly respected stallion worldwide.  He stood at Ariely Arabians in Israel for three seasons.  Sire and Grandsire of International Champions.

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Ansata Imperial

Ansata Imperial
1976 Grey Egyptian Stallion
(Ansata Ibn Sudan x Ansata Delilah)

Reference Sire

- U.S. National Top Ten Futurity Colt
- Region 15 Champion Stallion
- Sire of Regional & National winners.

Ansata Imperial tied with *Bask, Bay-El-Bey, and Shaikh Al Badi as "Sires of Significance" at the 1984 Scottsdale Show, ranked on number of winning get.

Ansata Imperial and his offspring conquer the Seine metropolis in France December 1986: his son Imperial Imdal becomes World Champion Stallion, his son Imperial Im Tarib wins the International Championships and his daughter Imperial Phanilah wins Reserve World Champion Filly.

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Dalia

Dalia++
1968 Grey Egyptian Mare
(*Morafic x *Romanaa II)

Reference Dam

At two years old, she was a Jr. Champion Mare and Reserve Grand Champion Mare.

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Ansata Ibn Sudan

Ansata Ibn Sudan
1965 Grey Egyptian Stallion
(*Ansata Ibn Halima x *Ansata Bint Mabrouka)

Reference Sire

1971 U.S. National Champion Stallion
(he was the 1st straight Egyptian to win this honor)

By the end of the 1980 show season, 4 of Sudan's sons had won the Legion of Merit and were outstanding performance horses; 24 sons and daughters had won 114 Championships, Reserves, Top Fives, and Top Tens, six of them at the National level; and others had collected international championships in Europe.

Sire: *Ansata Ibn Halima (see below)
Dam: *Ansata Bint Mabrouka (see below)

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Ansata Ibn Halima

*Ansata Ibn Halima
1958 Grey Egyptian Stallion
(Nazeer x Halima)

Reference Sire

Bred by the Egyptian Agricultrural Organization (EAO), he was imported to the United States in 1959 by Don and Judith Forbis.  He was shown to 5 championships and 2 reserves in Park, 7 championships and 5 reserves in Halter, and 3 first places in Most Classic.  He also won Top Ten at the U.S. Nationals 3 times, the third of which his son Ansata Ibn Sudan also went Top Ten, a first in U.S. Nationals history.

He is one of only four sires bred in the U.S. or imported to the U.S. who has sired a U.S. National Champion Stallion (Ansata Ibn Sudan) and a U.S. National Champion Mare (Fa Halima).

Sire: Nazeer (see below)

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Nazeer

Nazeer
1934 Grey Egyptian Stallion
(Mansour x Bint Samiha)

Reference Sire

Nazeer became the Royal Agricultural Society’s premier stallion.  He put nobility in the heads of his get that marked his stock as if they had been stamped from the same mold.  His blood not only improved legs but also produced strong toplines, tremendous shoulders and depth of girth, and appreciable substance and size.  His influence is worldwide.

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*Ansata Bint Mabrouka

*Ansata Bint Mabrouka
1958 Grey Egyptian Mare
(Nazeer x Mabrouka)

Reference Dam

Bred by the EAO, this Nazeer daughter was imported to the United States by Don and Judith Forbis in 1959.  She combined the blood of Nazeer and Sid Abouhom, the two stallions General von Szantner chose to head up the EAO breeding program.

She was very elegant with a beautiful long neck and huge black eyes.  In her very limited show career, she was Show Champion Mare and Most Classic.  She is the only straight Egyptian mare to be named a U.S. Leading Broodmare.

Dam of Ansata Ibn Sudan.

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Shah of Gizeh

Shah of Gizeh
1978 Black Arabian Stallion
(Shah Nishan x Rafdraff)

Reference Sire

- "Most Classic Arabian" for 3 consecutive years
- Winner at Liberty
- Class A Halter Champion

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Shah Nishan

Shah Nishan+
1974 Chestnut Egyptian Stallion
(*Morafic x *Kahramana)

Reference Sire

- Region 16 Champion Stallion
- Region 18 Champion Stallion
- East Coast Champion Stallion
- US National Top 5 Futurity Stallion
- Canadian National Champion Stallion

Sire: *Morafic (see below)

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*Morafic

*Morafic
1956 Grey Egyptian Stallion
(Nazeer x Mabrouka)

Reference Sire

Chief sire at the EAO until he was imported to the U.S. and made head sire at Gleannlock Farms in 1965.
    - U.S. Champion in Halter
    - U.S. Champion in Park
    - Nominated as a "Living Legend" of the breed

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AK Elzahra Moniet

AK Elzahra Moniet
1977 Chestnut Arabian Stallion
(*Ibn Moniet El Nefous x Maarena)

Reference Sire

- Region 15 Champion Stallion
- East Coast Res. Champion Stallion
- Multiple Class A Halter Champion Stallion
- Country English Pleasure Winner
- English Show Hack Winner

Sire: *Ibn Moniet El Nefous (see below)

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*Ibn Moniet El Nefous

*Ibn Moniet El Nefous
1964 Grey Egyptian Stallion
(*Morafic x Moniet El Nefous)

Reference Sire

Imported to the U.S. in 1965.

- 1971 Scottsdale Champion Stallion
- 1971 Top Ten at U.S. Nationals

Sire of National winners in Halter, Native Costume, English Pleasure, Jumper, Park, Informal Combination, and Pleasure Driving.  In 1979, he won international honors for himself at the Salon du Cheval in Paris by winning the Get of Sire class.  He is influential in several foreign countries through his get and grandget; his offspring have been exported to Canada, England, West Germany, South Africa, Brazil, Australia, Israel, and Holland.

Sire of AK Elzahra Moniet (see above)

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WW Black Squeeze

WW Black Squeeze
1991 Black Arabian Mare
(I Pharaoh x Mi Midnight Onyx)

Reference Dam

See more pictures of this beautiful mare on Our Mares Page

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I Pharaoh

I Pharaoh

1986 Black Arabian Stallion

Reference Sire

I Pharoah has sired multiple Class A and Regional level winners, in both the Sport Horse and Main Ring Division.  He is listed in the Arabian Horse World as a Leading Sire of Blacks.

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Amir El Adhem

Amir El Adhem
1975 Black Arabian Stallion
(*Adhem x Hadiqa Saiyida)

Reference Sire

- 98% Egyptian bloodlines

- 15.1hh black stallion

- Has sired winners in Halter, English Pleasure, Western Pleasure, Trail, Dressage, Endurance and Competitive Riding

- Son of *Adhem (see below)

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*Adhem

*Adhem
1967 Black Egyptian Stallion
(Alaa El Din x Zabia)

Reference Sire

- Bred in Egypt

- Straight Egyptian, Al Khamsa, Asil, Sheykh Obeyd

- Imported to the U.S. in 1970

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Arabian Horse Association Codes:
* = The horse was imported into the United States
+ = Legion of Honor
+/ = Legion of Supreme Honor
+// = Legion of Excellence
++ = Legion of Merit
+++ = Legion of Supreme Merit
++++ = Legion of Masters

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