Midnight Enchantr

1997 Black Arabian Stallion

Extended Pedigree:

Midnight Enchantr K

Shah of Gizeh K Shah Nishan C *Morafic G Nazeer G
Mabrouka C
*Kahramana G Anter C
Kamar G
Rafdraff G Raflage C Image C
Rafla C
Draffna G Indraff G
Nabika 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:

Shah of Gizeh

Shah of Gizeh

1978 Black Egyptian/Crabbet Stallion

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
Reference Sire

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

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*Morafic

*Morafic
1956 Grey Egyptian Stallion
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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Nazeer

Nazeer
1934 Grey Egyptian Stallion
Reference Sire

Nazeer became the Royal Agricultural Societys 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.  He is one of the most influential stallions bred in Egypt.

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*Kahramana

*Kahramana
1966 Grey Egyptian Mare

(Anter x Kamar)

Reference Dam

Bred by EAO/Egypt.  Imported to the U.S. in 1968 by Gleannloch Farms.  She matured into a deep bodied mare with superb movement.  She had inherited the wonderful head and the elegant, long neck of her dam.  She produced eleven foals: Five champions, three champion producers, and two national winner producers.

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Indraff

Indraff
1938 Grey Arabian Stallion
Reference Sire

Indraff was selected by Bazy Tankersley to be head sire at Al-Marah because he epitomized her ideal horse with rock-solid legs, a good deep hip, heavy muscling in the gaskin and forearm, strong loins and a good deep V-chest.  Plus he had the stunning *Raffles head and his jaunty tail carriage.

Indraff was defeated only once in halter when he placed 2nd to his son Aah Abu.  He was also shown in Western Pleasure, English Pleasure, Costume, and Parade.

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WW Black Squeeze

WW Black Squeeze

1991 Black Arabian Mare

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

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
(Alaa El Din x Zabia)

1967 Black Arabian Stallion

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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