Fadi Al Shaqab x Ava
2015 bay mare
|AMAYA AT||FADI AL SHAQAB||BESSON CAROL||PARYS EL JAMAAL||ALI JAMAAL|
|CLASSIC KRYSTALL||SIMEON SHOR|
|ABHA MYRA||MARWAN AL SHAQAB||GAZAL AL SHAQAB|
|LITTLE LIZA FAME|
|ZT LUDJKALBA||LUDJIN EL JAMAAL|
|LYDIRA EL SHAKLAN|
|PRECIOUS AS GOLD|
|GIAVANNA||NV BEAU BEY|
|PRECIOUS AS GOLD|
Amaya AT is a beautiful filly that has inherited the best from both her sire and dam. An exotic head like that of her dam, long neck that flows into a balanced shoulder, authentic Arabian type, amazing tail carriage and her sire’s charismatic attitude has seen Amaya become the stud’s first homebred winner.
She is sired by World Champion stallion Fadi Al Shaqab, who not only adds the genes of celebrated horses to this pedigree but also a modern day beauty and style to Amaya’s overall phenotype. Fadi Al Shaqab is sired by US & Canadian Reserve National Champion Besson Carol, who in turn brings with him the Haras Meia Lua legends Parys El Jamaal and Ali Jamaal. Fadi’s dam is the ethereal show star Abha Myra – a daughter of living legend Marwan Al Shaqab and out of a daughter by yet another Haras Meia Lua legend, Ludjin El Jamaal.
Amaya’s dam is Ava – the exotic black diamond that calls the Al Thumama treasure box home. Ava is an ultra-typey daughter of Vervaldee, who is a son of legendary super sire Versace. And we all love and appreciate that Versace brings with him the influences of US National Champion Fame VF+, the Arabian industry’s game changer Bey Shah+ and of course through Precious Of Gold, the highly influential El Shaklan. Ava’s dam is a mare line bred to Reserve World Champion Simeon Sadik and who boasts a cross to the highly aristocratic Polish A-line.
These revered genes have brought this young princess to life and have given her the abilities she needs to conquer the world. Having obtained the Aachen European Futurity Silver Champion title, we can conclude that Amaya AT is destined for success and we wait with baited breath to see how this is going to unfold for her and the stud.
By Nakashen Valaitham