THAMER AL KHALED X FALISHA BINT FARDOUSA
|Thamer Al Khaled||El Thay Khemal Pasha||El Thay Mansour|
|Bey Serenade SF|
|RN Al Shahba||Amir Albadeia|
|Falisha Bint Fardousa||Botswana||Thee Desperado|
To understand the significance of this young stallion, one must first look at his pedigree. His sire, Thamer Al Khaled. His sire, El Thay Khemal Pasha (double Ansata Halim Shah) was bred by Cornelia Tauschke, whose El Thayeba Stud in northern Germany is regarded as one of the most successful straight Egyptian breeding programs in Europe today—producing elegant and refined horses who have correct conformation and sound legs and are great athletes. Three exceptional mares were foundation mares for this program—Thamer has two of them in his pedigree: El Thay Maheera (Nizam x Mona II) and the very beautiful Kamla II (Ansata Halim Shah x Mona III). Both of these mares carry the “Elite” title of the German Arab Horse Society for their exceptional contribution to the breed, and Kamla II’s blood is in great demand in the Middle East where her get and grand-get are found in the herds of every major farm. However, little of the El Thayeba blood is available here in the U.S.
Thamer’s dam, RN Al Shahba, also carries historic horses in her pedigree, beginning with the lovely Malekat el Gamal (Waseem by Nazeer x Nagdia) bred by Sayad Marei of the Albadeia Stud in Egypt and a prolific foundation mare for the Imperial Egyptian Stud and the dam of several champions. RN Al Shahba also brings two lines to Dr. Nagel’s historic foundation mare, Hanan, another German “Elite” mare and the dam of such great horses as Ibn Galal I, Asfour, Salaa el Dine, and Ghazalah. Moreover, Thamer’s dam offers a line to Babson breeding, through Mohafez.
Ferarra’s dam, Falisha Bint Fardousa, is a daughter of Botswana. His production record speaks for itself. Most people associate Botswana with his ability to produce extreme type. His foals have enjoyed successful halter careers worldwide and his offspring are are earning reputations for being top producers themselves. Botswana has also established himself as a sire of sound minded athletes who are competing in just about every performance discipline available from Western Pleasure to Hunter over Fences and Endurance. Falisha herself has been one of our most successful show mares, winning countless Top 10’s and Championships at every level of the Egyptian Event through the years. She was also Region 14 Champion and Reserve Champion.
Falisha’s dam, Fardousa (Ikhnatoon x Solafa) was bred by El Zahraa Stud and imported to the US as a 2 year old. She was one of Talaria Farm’s foundation mares, leaving behind three beautiful daughters at Talaria to carry on her legacy. She was a source of rare old bloodlines and a mare we admired for her elegance and “war mare” spirit. She was a keystone of Talaria and we are grateful she lives on through her daughters and grandget.
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