Akhesa Beni Sakr, Jilfat Dhawi mare in France

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on November 21st, 2011 in Algeria, France, Morocco, Tunisia

Fabienne Vesco, a French preservation breeder in Eastern France, breeds horses of combined Tunisian, Moroccan, Algerian and Egyptian lines, of the Jilfan Dhawi and Shuayman Sabbah strains.

Below is her pretty mare Akhesa Beni Sakr, by the Tunisian stallion Hadhr El Basher (Chedi x Loubna by Oramin0) out of her mare Akaba Beni Sakr (Jahir x Loubia Bint Breek by Breek), a Jilfat al-Dhawi that blends Moroccan, Algerian, Tunisian and Egyptian lines. The foal in the photo was by Fabienne’s Shuwayman Sabbah stallion Hortal El Din (SEA Asal x Thallame by Breek).

3 Responses to “Akhesa Beni Sakr, Jilfat Dhawi mare in France”

  1. Are they asil?

  2. I am still investigating Denouste who occurs a few times in the pedigree, but otherwise yes they are.

  3. A son, ZIZI of Abel (denuoste) was exported to chile many many years ago

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