*Simeon Shai (Raadin Royal Star x Simeon Safanad) 1984 Bay Stallion; 15.3 hands
Straight Egyptian

Simeon Shai is one of the top Egyptian stallions in the world today. He was imported from Australia in 1988. He proceeded in 1991 to win the Arabian Triple Crown. He is the 1991 US and Canada National Champion Stallion and the 1991 Scottsdale Champion Stallion. In addition, he was named the 1991 World Champion at Salon du Cheval in Paris. Simeon Shai, once described as "typey, bay and beautiful" is just that and his foals in Australia are extremely uniform and consistent in type. For the breeding farms that have incorporated his lines, Shai's type shows in the continuing and consistent array of championships that are collected at major Arabian shows.


Thee Desperado (The Minstril x AK Amira Asmarr) 1984 Bay Stallion; 15.1 hands
Straight Egyptian
Thee Desperado has been embraced by Arabian breeders of all bloodlines. Desperado's straight Egyptian sons and daughters have been exported to every corner of the world and are proving to be exciting young sires and brood mares. Thee Desperado’s show credits include 1994 US Reserve National Champion Stallion, 1994 Scottsdale Unanimous Grand Champion Stallion, 1994 Region 9 Grand Champion Stallion, 1993 US and Canadian Top Ten Open Stallions, and 1992 Egyptian Event, Jr. Champion Colt. His sire credits are even more impressive. They include 1995-1997 Egyptian Event Leading Sire of halter champions, 1998-2000 Egyptian Event Overall Leading Sire, Sire of numerous US and Canadian National Champions, and numerous International Champions, and was the 1997 Juvenile sire of the year. Desperado's foals are the tall and leggy, with beautiful short backs, long necks and his trade mark beautiful face.

Shaikh Al Badi (Morafic x Bint Maisa El Saghira++)

Shaikh Al Badi was the son of U.S. Top Ten Halter, English Pleasure and Park Champion *Bint Maisa El Saghira++ and grandson of Nazeer. Shaikh Al Badi was the 1973 US National Reserve Champion Futurity Colt and sire of 14 National winners, ( Halter and Performance) including Prince Ibn Shaikh and Ruminaja Ali, himself sire of US National Champion Ali Jamaal.



Moniet El Sharaf (*Ibn Moniet El Nefous x Bint Bint Moniet) 1978 Bay Stallion
Straight Egyptian

Moniet El Sharaf is, and probably always will be, the highest syndicated stallion, 10 million dollars in 1986, in the history of the Egyptian Arabian breed. His offspring have been Champions in the show ring and have sold for record prices at public auction. His daughters are among the most coveted Egyptian broodmares. Moniet El Sharaf is one of the finest Egyptian Arabian stallions in the world today.


Ruminaja Ali (Shaikh Al Badi x Bint Magidaa)