Cimerron AA AHR#575142,
dob 4/5/1999, chestnut mare
Cimerron (barn name Simi), is a
well trained trail horse, dressage prospect and family mare.
She has been in training with us from Feb. 2013 until now to transform her from
trail horse into a well balanced show mare. She is ready to show training
level dressage or
western dressage. Cimerron has an impeccable pedigree. $2200
Bey Shah (grandsire)
Bey Shah (grandsire)
Majestic Bey (sire)
Majestic Bey (sire)
Bey Shah + AHR #134556
IAHA Legion of Honor
1981 Canadian Top 10 Halter Stallion
1980 U.S. Reserve National Champion Halter Stallion
1979 U.S. Top 10 Halter Stallion
Sire of 974 foals
deceased. See http://www.meranch.com/books/fh-pctgs.htm#beysh
for BEY SHAH:
34.668% GSB (incl. Crabbet)
23.4375% WK Kellogg
6.25% Dickinson/Travelers Rest
14.978% Abbas Pasha Source
14.0625% WR Brown/Maynesboro Stud
15.4541% Abbas Pasha/Ali Pasha Sherif Source
35.6934% BAHC Source (Blue List or BLUE STAR)
27.0142% BLUE STAR Source
12.5% Patton (Remount)
8.20313% Old Babolna (pre-WW II)
5.66406% Old German (Weil)
7.91016% North American Desert Source
43.75% Early American Foundation (vol V)
50% American (thru vol VIII)
50% American Foundation (thru vol X)
100% American (thru vol XV)
.24414% Old English (pre-WW II; AHS only, not incl. GSB)
.122069% El Emir
11.145% Blunt AK Ancestral Element
.78125% Borden AK Ancestral Element
5.76172% Davenport AK Ancestral Element
14.1113% Egypt I AK Ancestral Element
.537109% Hamidie AK Ancestral Element
2.13623% Huntington AK Ancestral Element
1.5625% Mirage AK Ancestral Element
BAY EL BEY* x
STAR OF OFIR
Shah was born in 1976 and known as
"Mr Perfection" by his breeders and handlers.
Bred by Lester and Jennie Walton, the bay stallion Bey Shah+
was born in 1976 and soon after became one of the most
legendary sires of the
Arabian breed. Until his recent death, Bey Shah was the
Arabian breeds leading living
sire of halter champions, with 320 champions and 101 national
winners to his credit.
Through 1999, 34 sons and 41 daughters of Bey Shah+ have
produced National winners in halter and performance. Bey
successful get include the great FAME VF+, and U.S. National
Champion Mares BEY
FIREESHAH, BEY TEYNA, GAISHEA, and SHAHTEYNA.
Three of Bey Shah's get were National Champions
in performance at the 1999 U.S. Nationals: RAVE VF (Western
IM SHAMELESS (Reserve Hunter Pleasure),
and BEY SOCIETY+ (Trail).
Carrying the title of The living leading sire of halter
while alive, he not only produced winners, but bred this on,
75 Bey Shah sons & daughters producing National winners.
Bey Shah was '81 Canadian Top 10 Halter Stallion,
'80 US Reserve National Champion Halter Stallion,
'79 US Top 10 Halter Stallion and was awarded
an IAHA Legion of Honor.
Bey Shah carried over 50% Polish blood.
the 80ís Nabiel
was one of "the" Egyptian stallions. His name was legend, he stood as
one of the greats. Today many new breeders have heard the name, but they
donít really know about the horse.
was a tall white stallion, vigorous and substantial. His size was
clearly a draw to the American breeders who were just beginning their size
craze. But Nabiel was so much more than just a big horse. He was a correct
horse, a champion, a typey horse and an unusually prepotent
sire. As an overall package Nabiel had and still has very few equals.
was the first foal of Sakr (Sultann x Enayat by Morafic) and
was to become his greatest achievement, far more significant than Sakrís
123 championships in halter and performance. Though Sakr became
the winningest Arabian showhorse in history, he is not generally revered as
a great sire or considered a horse of unusual beauty. But he was far more
beautiful in the flesh than any of his many photos were ever able to
capture, a tribute to his exquisite dam. Sakr has guaranteed himself a
permanent place in Arabian sirelines through Nabiel and to his
son he gave substance and the unmistakable look of an
Magidaa (Alaa El Din x Maysa by Antar) was one of the premier
producing Egyptian mares of all time and she produced three
national champions as well as several other Class A champions. Magidaaís
most famous and best producing daughter was Bint Magidaa, who produced sons
Ruminaja Ali, Alidaar and Thee Infidel. Her contribution to Egyptian
breeding through these sons is almost beyond measure.
combination of Sakr bred to the elegant Magidaa, Nabiel inherited a strong
genotype and his ability to sire refined, stretchy foals
of extreme type as well as a more powerfully built
horse also with great type.
was just a youngster he was purchased from Gleannloch Farms by
Bill and Pat Trapp of Arabest Stud Farm. Small breeders they were, yet their
farm was about to be catapulted to stardom by the gawky yearling that
arrived in Wisconsin in 1971. Nabiel began a series of halter wins that was
capped by his US National Futurity Colt championship and two US National top
tens. Now the world began to take notice.
and Pat were small breeders they did not have a large band of mares.
Stallions can often be made by their owners if they have enough mares to
produce large foal crops. They can then pick several of the best babies to
place in the hands of a top trainer and the young sireís career is launched.
This was not to be for Nabiel. Instead his representatives had to
come from any mare that was booked by breeders large and small, as Bill and
Pat did not feel it fair to refuse mares. From these foals Nabielís siring
fame spread, and by the 80ís he had become the leading living Egyptian
sire of champions and one of only ten stallions in the history of the breed
to sire more than 100 champions. And he had done it by himself, on a small
farm, promoted only by his own foals. What stallion can stand as a better
example of what it means to earn the title "sire"?
Nabiel was syndicated and for the first time in his life began breeding
mostly straight Egyptian mares. Many Egyptian Event champions (not included
in the statistics for overall champions cited above) have been since bred
and Nabiel sons have been Supreme Champion and Reserve at that show. His
daughters have also placed well at the Event and are also producing todayís
As a sire
Nabiel has been able to sire both good sons and good daughters
and his national champion winning get are evenly split amongst males and
females. Whether Nabiel appears in the top or the bottom of the pedigree his
influence is usually clear. He was a great source of beautiful heads,
long necks, correctness and presence with nobility. His
pedigree is also useful as an outcross within Egyptian breeding as he is not
closely linebred to any one horse and his pedigree contains a relatively
low dose of Nazeer.