The sire van GR Lahab is Al Lahab.
Al Lahab’s continual success, for many years now, demonstrates his exceptional qualities:
As a yearling, he was Junior Champion at the Asil World Cup in Hanover and Reserve Champion at the All Nations Cup in Aachen.
When he was two years old, he achieved several championship titles and won the European Championships in Verona.
During his stay in the USA, Al Lahab charmed the audience and came back to Germany highly decorated as theSupreme Champion of the Egyptian Event in Kentucky.
2006 was the year of the wonderful white horse:
Champion at Borgloon, at Towerlands, and at the All Nations Cup
and finally the cherry on the icing:
All Lahab returned from Paris as World Champion with a historical review: Eleven times, the judges pulled out the highest mark (20). Something like that had never been done before! Unanimously, the six judges chose Al Lahab for World Senior Champion.
In 2007, Al Lahab was able to gain another significant victory: The stallion left the Dubai International Horse Show as “Senior Champion Stallion” and also won the Dubai Gold Cup.
What had been missing until then followed in 2009: Al Lahab claimed the title at the A Show of the Seniors Championships in Menton, France. Handled by Frank Spoenle, the ten-year-old stallion once again had charmed the judges.
But that was not enough for 2009:
For the second time after his victory of 2006, Al Lahab won the Seniors Championships at the All Nations Cup 2009.
At the end of 2009, ASL Lahab once again attended the World Championships in Paris, won in his class and became Reserve World Champion.
The year 2010 brought another resounding success: In March, Al Lahab drew not only the victory in the class of ten-year-old stallions at the Dubai International Arabian Horse Championships. He also gained the title ofchampion and thus, once again, the victory in a title show.
Shakirah Bint Sayyida is a straight Egyptian grey mare out of Jahill and Sayyida Semiramis. Shakirah carries the famous bloodlines of Thee Desperado, The Minstril, Bint Bukra, Ansata Justina, Farida, Ansata Bint Sameh and The Egyptian Prince. She’s born in 2011.
Jahill (Thee Desperado x Ansata Justina) is owned by Simone Henning from Germany and stands at Frank Spönle. He was bred by Ariela Arabians in Israel. Jahill is a liver chestnut straight Egyptian stallion and has achieved good results at show twice:
Jahill is a son of Thee Desperado and half-brother of the famous stallions like True Colours, BJ Thee Mustafa, BB Tea Renegade, The Asil, Infidel Tea, Tea Fugitive and The Verdict HG.
The Jahill father is the famous Thee Desperado. Thee Desperado was at 11 years the average Leading Sire of the Egyptian Event, an unprecedented achievement among straight Egyptian Arabians worldwide. 1992 Egyptian Event Junior Champion Stallion, 1993 Canadian National Top Ten Stallion, 1993 US National Top Ten Stallion, 1994 US Reserve National Champion Stallion and 1994 Scottsdale Unanimous Grand Champion Stallion.
Thee Desperado is a son of The Minstril. The Minstril is widely recognized as one of the rarest stallions: a father of champion sons. In fact, The Minstril will go down in history as one of the greatest bloodlines of all time, producing superior Arabs year after year, either straight Egyptian and Egyptian related.
The Ansata lines on his mother’s side make it even more special. Jahill is a son of the legendary Ansata Justina, to 2 times an Egyptian Event Top Five Mare. Her beauty is only surpassed by her pedigree, with Farida and Ansata Bint Sameh.
Jahill is ridden stallion. Its body is perfect and together with his endurance and his mood a great riding horse. He is ridden with mares in the forest and is really soft and quiet. Jahill is 155 cm tall and very elegant.
Jahill follow Dahmah Shahwaniyah lines.
Sayyida Semiramis is the daughter of Amir El Masri. El Masri Amir is the son of the legendary stallion TheEgyptianPrince son of Morafic. Morafic (1956-1974) was a grey Arabian stallion born in Egypt and later imported to the United States by Gleannloch Farms. Morafic is the son of Nazeer and Mabrouka. Morafic has 58 foals in Egypt and 151 in the US, of which 30 were American and Canadian National show winners. Morafic was the leading imported Egyptian father of national winners during his lifetime.
The mother of Sayyida El Gizirah is the daughter of El Moutawakil, sun Sameh. Judith Forbis raises in her book, “Authentic Arabian Bloodstock II”, written the following about the stallion Sameh, a stallion that she knew personally through her visits to El Zahraa “…A well-balanced horse overall, he had good gaits and sired excellent performance as well as halter horses….He was a sire of superior mares, many of whom became champions and U.S. National winners in America, including the beloved U.S. National Champion Mare, Serenity Sonbolah.”