Hijab, Saqlawiyah Jadraniyah ibn Amud

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on December 30th, 2016 in General

This Syrian mare bred by Basil Jadaan in 1994 was exported to France at a young age. Photo from owner Chantal Chekroun. Hijab met an untimely death, but leaves behind a son, Manjad Maram Al Baida, by Mokhtar, and a daughter Quokriya Al Shatane, both by Mokhtar, another of Basil’s horses imported to France. Mokhtar if still alive would be 30 today.

She was a Saqlawiyah Jadraniyah by strain, from the breeding of Ibn Amud of the Shammar. The pedigree of the maternal grand-dam, here, is incorrect. Marwa’s father was a Saqlawi Jadran and her sire’s dam a Ubayyan Suhayli (branch of Ubayyan Sharrak, originally from the horses of the Sharif of Mecca.

Below, her daughter Quokriya Al Shatane, by Mokhtar. Photo courtesy of breeder Chantal Chekroun.

4 Responses to “Hijab, Saqlawiyah Jadraniyah ibn Amud”

  1. Beautiful mare, exceptional mane.
    Thank you for blogging.

  2. Both very beautiful mares. Very Noble!

  3. So sorry for her passing, so glad she left behind progeny.

  4. Lovely mares…

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