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AH Fareed Rafik
AHR  643429
DOB July 2008 
Dahman Shahwan in Strain

SCID & CA Clear
Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated Sire Straight Egyptian, Asil, BlueList, AlKhamsa, Pyramid Society, Extreme Rabicano, Homozygous Black, Sabino Gene , NO Minstril or Thee desperado Blood.

Tail Male: Saklawi I (APS)
Tail Female: El Dahma (APS)
Ancestral Elements:


          Egypt I, 83.5%
          Inshass, 8.1%
          Blunt, 6.5%

 

 AH Fareed Rafik is a Nominated Sire and is an Extreme Rabicano, Homozygous Black, Straight Egyptian with a Sabino gene. He is Al Khamsa, Blue List, Asil, Pyramid Society. Rafik Has NO Minstril lines in his pedigree. Both Parents were UC Davis Tested Homozygous Black EE and recessive a was detected for allele.

 

He is homozygous black via tested parentage. Rafik is also a maximum Rabicano color pattern wherein he has lines of white haires at the dock of his tail which is commonly referred to as a Skunk Tail and he has a rib ticking or stripe pattern of white hairs  along each rib of his barrel, and there is also marbling of white hairs between his front legs and along and under his belly and into his gaskins. He is also SCID and CA clear!!! Very important  in the breeding shed especially in the straight Egyptian Lines.

 

AH Fareed Rafiks sire, TDR White Stone, is son of Champion producer, Ravenwood Royalty, Ralph Lauren Horse Model, who is a famous movie star, and too, for producing deep heart girths, laid back shoulders, long hips & short coupling get with loads of performance horse talent!. TDR White Stone, himself is 2 time USEF Horse of the Year Reining Champion, and a Nationals qualified Stallion.

 

Most of his offspring have been exported. They are spread out in at least 9 countries from Canada to Honduras & Mexico, to South Africa & Europe. TDR White Stone himself was just recently exported to China!! He has an exceptional pedigree with many EAO imports up close. He is a versatile Arabian Sport Horse having been trained in several disciplines which include trail riding, western, reining, & jumping. TDR White Stones Dam, Eaglet was a champion producer, including multi Champion Ibn Alih. Eaglet is of the El Samraa line tail female line. He has halter winning get in many countries and has recently been exported to China.

 

As of March 2011 he has been shown in one show, in 2010, as a 22 month old. It was in the beginning of the season at an All Breed Open Show all the horses there were a bit full of themselves, and all the mares there were VERY in-season. Rafiks first class that he was shown in was the 2-3yr old class (6 in all) which he took a 3rd & his purebred sister, Niyah, took 1st , the next class that he was shown in was the Maiden class (which a horse and handler can enter if they have not ever won a 1st or 2nd place before) of which there were 16 in all and Rafik earned a Blue Ribbon for 1st place! The next class was the Arabian class (4 in all) which he took 2nd & his purebred sister, Niyah, took 1st. So he did very well at his first and only show.

 

Arabian Haven Ranch did very well that day. Niyah, Rafiks purebred Arabian sister also won Grand Champion of all Breeds in halter that day with our daughter Rebecca Schultz as her handler! I prefer to go to Open shows as they are not only more relaxed for the horse & we are also able to show people that Arabians can compete against all breeds and are a very easy going, family oriented & versatile breed of horse, Even the Stallions!

 

Choose AH Fareed Rafik for your breeding program he is not just a pretty pedigree, but handsome Type, Size, Attitude, & Versatility of Athletic Abilities! Arabic translation for Fareed Rafik:  Fareed means One of a Kind, Unique and Rafik means Companion. He truly lives up to his name. We have never really conditioned Rafik. He keeps himself rather fit. So, all pictures are of him, unconditioned, from the pasture.

 

At 42 months old he is 14hh and 4 1/2 inches and is 900#. Let us know what you think, or if you are interested in AH Fareed Rafik!