C.A. Khalfani

Gender: Ruin
Coat Color: Schimmel
Free from hereditary diseases: CA, SCID, LFS
Studbook: AVS
Breeder: Chess Arabians

Sire: Khaliq Galvan (Hamra Aligance x Gamra)

Khaliq Galvan is a grey straight Egyptian stallion that was Senior Champion on a C-show. He is a grandson of Maysoun (Ansata Halim Shah x Maysouna by Ibn Galal) and he traces in the sire-line back to the famous stallion Ruminaja Ali (Shaikh Al Badi x Bint Magidaa by Khofo). He also carries the bloodlines of Ibrahim (Mahomed x Mahiba by Alaa El Din).

Hamra Aligance is a very beautiful and elegant grandson of Ruminaja Ali and grandson of Serenity Sonbohla. In his first year of life, Hamra Aligance became German National Junior Champion and European Junior Champion Egyptian. He won the International B-show of Deurne (Netherlands), the Asil Cup, the All Nations Cup (Aachen, Germany) and last but not least the European Championship in Denmark. Hamra Aligance won a gold ribbon on the German stallion awards and he won the Junior Championship.

Aligance’s pedigree is the ideal mixing of the sireline of Shaik Al Badi / Ruminaja Ali and the damline of the famous Serenity Sonbohla (Kuhaylan Rodan), the only Egyptian mare which was sold to the U.S. and won the U.S. Nationals.

His pedigree is a combination of many famous horses and large producers (eg. his sire Ali Valentino, the full brothers Ruminaja Ali and Bahjat, their sire Shaik Al Badi and dam Bint Magidaa, the already mentioned Serenity Sonbohla just to mention a few, ‘younger’ ancestors).

Ali Valentino is Al Khamsa registered. He is exported from North America. Ali Valentino carries the following strains:

Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: Mabrouka (INS)

Gamra is the daughter of Maysoun. Maysoun is the son of the famous stallion Ansata Halim Shah. Maysoun is the brother of the equally famous stallions El Thay Maheer (x El Thay Maheera), El Thay Kayed (19 x Kayed), KEN Mashari Ibn Halim Shah (KEN x Malaka), Motassem (x Messaouda), Orayan (x Ora ), El Thay Ibn Halim Shah (x Mahameh), Amoun (x Ashraff) Sindibad (x Sabah), Neshan (x Noha) and finally Salaa El Dine (x Hanan).

Maysoun is known to pass on colour to his children – chestnuts, bays as well as blacks and greys are frequent. Maysoun inherited this from his mother. Maysouna, a small but powerful chestnut, was the result of the mating between the chestnut stallion Ibn Galal and one of his own daughters.

In addition, her tail female line went to the chestnut “queen of the Nile”, Moniet El Nefous. When bred to mares from the Ibn Galal line, some of Maysoun’s foals show a bit of white in their eyes now and then. They are, however, splendidly proportioned horses with a particularly free and light way of moving. In general his offspring stand out for their great balance and harmony.

An excellent topline, a long neck, small ears and a very high tail carriage contribute to a delightfully exotic charisma. Very often their disposition is of a splendid nature.

Maysoun is Al Khamsa registered. Maysoun carries the following strains:

Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: Roga El Beda (APS)

His dam is V.H. Ezrah who carries the bloodlines of Simeon Sadik, Gharib, Ghorab en El Aswad.

Dam: V.H. Ezrah (Al Shuhruf x Salah III)

V.H. Ezrah is a straight Egyptian homozygous black mare. Ezrah carries the famous blood of Simeon Sadik, Asfour, Ansata el Salim, Gharib, Ghorab, El Aswad and Ibn Galal

Al Shuhruf is a beautiful black exotic straight egyptian stallion with a compact body and outstanding movements. He has a lot of attitude, good movements and an excellent pedigree. Al Shuhrufs sire is the worlds` famous black straight egyptian stallion, Simeon Sadik. Simeon Sadik is regarded as one of the premier if not the best black stallion in the world. He has won numerous Championships in Australia and Europe.

The sire of Simeon Sadik is Asfour. Asfour is the son of Hanan and Malik. Malik was a stunning white stallion with unparalleled movement. Asfour, born in 1984, produces (mostly black) foals of extreme type, with tiny ears and amazing expression. All of Asfours progeny inherit their spectacular movement from their grandfather, Malik.

Simeon Sadik his dam is the great broodmare Simeon Safanad. This priceless mare was a daughter of Sankt Georg RSI (Ansata El Salim x Bint El Bataa) and Simeon Stud’s foundation Egyptian mare 27 Ibn Galal V (Ibn Galal x 10 Hosna), the first ever Australian Champion mare. Galal had an incredibly strong pedigree, being a double Nazeer, double El Sareei great granddaughter, her four great granddams all being great breeding mares also… Farasha, Yousreia, Maisa and Roda, she was a paternal granddaughter of the wonderful mare black mare Mogha.

Al Shuhrufs dam EH Ghasira is a daughter of Gharib (EAO), who was chief sire of Marbach, the German State Stud. She comes from the combination of Gharib x El Garia, which gave outstanding performance horses, who also excelled by reaching outstandingly high ages and being productive up to high age. EH Ghasira was sold at the Gucci sale and is now broodmare and long distance horse with Dr. June Alexander in Great Britain.

Al Shuhruf is Al Khamsa registered. Al Shuhruf carries the following strains:
Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: Rodania (BLT)

Salah is sired by Ghorab who is a son of Gharib (Anter x Souhair), the noble black stallion imported from Egypt in 1970 to Germany where he was chief sire at Marbach.

Gharib was a sire of significance and a black stallion. He sired Sharigha who won the 2 year old filly class at Aachen in 1982. His son, El Abd won the Medingen performance trials in 1977 and has an impressive number of wins in show jumping.

Also a Gharib son, Sirhan, placed fifth in all breeds in performance trails in Germany in 1981. Gharib was also used for Trakehner breeding and has sired licensed Trakehner stallions including one licensing winner. He was also used in Wurttemburger breeding – large, powerful riding and driving horses at Marbach.

Gharib is Al Khamsa registered. Gharib carries the following strains:
Tail Male: Jamil El Kebir (APK)
Tail Female: Venus (KDV)

The dam of Ghorab is El Garia. El Garia was a black mare imported from the famous Egyptian Al Badeia Stables, later exported to the USA. El Garia is registered by the Al Khamsa Arabians (1983) in the foreign section as a 1970 black mare by Tuhotmos out of Noosa (ABS), bred by Sayed Marei’s AlBadeia Stud in Egypt.

She was imported to Germany in 1972. In 1988, she (along with descendants) was imported to the United States. The Arabian Horse Association has officially changed the pedigree for El Garia 432354 to Ibn Galila (EAO)/Noosa (ABS).

El Garia carries the following strains:
Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: Rodania (BLT)

Salah her grandfather is El Aswad (Ibn Galal 15), who was exported to Germany where he was especially noted as an excellent sire of performance horses, is sired by Ibn Galal and his dam is Hosna.