AAS Haizoum, 2006 Hamdani Simri stallion

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on April 29th, 2013 in General

The stunning AAS Haizum (Desert Dhellal x Hawla Al Badia by Ibn Taamri), owned by Edie Booth of Canton, TX.

AAS Haizmoum

2 Responses to “AAS Haizoum, 2006 Hamdani Simri stallion”

  1. Thanks for this great picture. In this photo he reminds me very much of the stallion Almileegy (*Ibn Hafiza x *Bint Bint El Samraa) who I used to take riding lessons on in the winters of the mid 1980s. Almileegy was on of very few Egyptian stallions in the U.S. who was a high 87% Inshass breeding. He was bred by Gleannloch Farms and owned by Zahara Arabians which was just an hour south of me.

    AAS Haizmoum has an interesting and significant pedigree in that both his grandsires are unrelated to his granddams, not to mention that he is 100% Saudi breeding via the Roach and Cobb imports. I should remind readers here that outside of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, North America has preserved the second largest group of 100% Saudi bred horses, which in fact is still rare compared to other bloodlines. Had it not been for the foresight of breeders such as Edie Booth, Rodger Davis and others, these Saudi lines could have died out here. These horses are true to the original war horses and so many are excellent athletes. If appreciation of them does not continue in this country we risk the loss of another extraordinary gift to the Arabian horse population.

  2. The more I learn about the Saudi bred horses, the more I admire them!

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