BREED TO THE BEST …
Patom is an
excellent example of Arabian type; large
refined head, balanced body and extraordinary movement. His sire is the
world renowned stallion Menes. Until Menes was exported to the USA, he
was the chief sire at the Russian Tersk stud. As well in the USA as in
Russia, he sired many fantastic horses. One of the strongest factors
for his success as a sire is his incredibly strong pedigree. In his
sire line Menes traces back to Amurath Sahib, who was known as the sire
of many top broodmares.
His mother, Planova (Nadejni x Popova) was second at the national
Championships (with just an one-point-difference from the winner). The
combination of Nadejni (Dutch Champion stallion) and Popova was very
successful because it resulted in some very typey offspring. Popova
herself also had a successful show career and gained many titles among
which that of Nations Cup Champion mare. So Patoms ancestry holds a
promise……… the promise of a top
His pedigree combined with his beauty and exceptional athletic ability,
makes us think he will fulfil that promise.
The "Horse of the
place reg.show Tilburg
Sire of World-
Champions 1e place int.show
Most classic head
1e place Tulip
Cup Deurne Netherlands
place int.show Borgloon Belgium
Gold ribbon winner
stallion licensing, Germany
Top Five All Nations
Created by the Russian Masters of the
Tersk-stud and imported in utero,
Kais was born in April 1992 at the Arabica stud in Belgium and sold
when he was hardly one hundred days old to us.
Proba (Balaton x Palmira) the dam of Kais was in foal of Pakistan when
she left Russia and was sold at the Tersk-Holland sale to the Arabica
stud. She is one of the finest and probably best producing Balaton
daughters. She was the dam of the 1995 junior Champion and junior
reserve Champion at the Dutch stallion license show.
Pakistan (Kumir x
Panagia) a half brother to
Balaton and Aspirant, was
for several years one of the chief stallions at the Russian Tersk State
stud before he was sold to the Royal Stables of Abu Dhabi where he
takes a key-place in the breeding program.
Pakistan is a proven sire of top class Arabians.
Bespechny his son for example was Nations Cup, Paris and UK
international reserved Champion and named Quatar international champion
and British national champion stallion. Pakistan was on lease in the UK
for one season and sired in this foal crop the junior male champion and
the reserve best yearling filly at the British Nationals.
Kais has a sculptured head, a wonderful long neck, good conformation
and strong legs. The unique pedigree provides the genetic input for the
strenght of his second generation and beyond. We find again all famous
names likes Aswan, Arax, Salon, Nabeg, Menes, Balaton, Ptashka,
Panagia, Palmira etc.
Everything points to it that he will be a top sire, his quality ans his
pedigree make him one of the finest stallions in the world today.
You can be sure that
this only happens once in a life time.
Kais is not only a champion show horse with several national and
international championships, but also an excellent producer. Many of
his offspring were regional, national and international Champions.
Last but not least his daughter Nesjla gained the victories and was
named Belgian – European and World Champion.
progeny make him what he is,the sire of many national and international
champions and so he created a legacy that will live on in many breeding
programs all around Europe and beyond.Allthough Kais ist mostly known
as a Sire of Show Campions,he also produced many very successful sports
overall quality of his offspring in all equine disciplines earned him
the Elite title. The Dutch Arabian Horse Registry
awarded him this title in 2005 and he was the first Dutch horse even to
receive this honour.
The prophecy is
Abdul is a very
handsome Chestnut stallion by
out of the lovely mare Mirre. Abdul has had many successes in the show
ring. At the stallion licensing he got the highest score of all the
presented stallions, he gained several champion titles and was
top-three at some major shows like the Masters Open, The All Nations
Cup and the European Championships.
His mother Mirre was one of our first purebred Arabians. She proved to
be a very good broodmare who gave us some wonderful foals like Miraffa,
Miran and Mirk. That those foals were not just “pretty
faces” was proven by her son Mirk (gelded) who was unbeatable
a dressage horse and who was twice the gold medalist at the European
Championships. Mirre had the sweetest disposition and her love for
humans was remarkable. Abdul inherited this exceptional character from
his mother and he in turn, passes it on to his offspring.
Abdul is also very successful as an sire for part-breds. Because of his
correctness he is often used to refine other breeds, like Haflingers
and Welsh ponies (for which he got a stallion license).
Abdul truly is a GOLDEN BOY.