EEE 2001 – Velgen

EGYPTIAN EVENT EUROPE 2001 – Velgen

Robert Schlereth and Volker Wettengl from training stables and stud Al Qusar we must express our heartfelt thanks that she with so much love, great dedication and the best organization we moderate the show focused haben.Trotz the weather Velgen was worth the trip, which also in the participation of exhibitors from Italy, Hungary, Switzerland, and from South and West Germany came to expression. Also interested visitors from the Orient have not been lacking. The well-known expert on the straight Egyptian Arabian horse HE Sheikh Abdulaziz as a visitor and Sheikh Hamad was also a judge again this year our welcome guests.It is often the case that certain studs are particularly successful in some years, in that it was the stud of the Friedmann family of cell aH. Two descendants of U.S. import mare Sarameena v. Fa Ibn Sal x Flabys Joffa were equal in the youth classes, the winners: F Shamaal v. Maysoun at the yearling stallions and F Samirah v. Ali Valentino at the two year old fillies. The mother of both inbred animals is about her grandfather Sar Ibn Moniet on the well-known sire Ibn el Moniet Nefous. F Samirah Ali Valentino was rated more highly by the judges and came up to the top: fillies Champion, Supreme Champion and even then Pyramid Cup winner (Best Egyptians of 2001) . Two beautiful kittens with typey heads, very good training collars, best body and very good programs. F Samirah had with her ​​distinctive Dish and the muzzle very fine expiring many friends among the spectators and the judges’ panel.The Friedmann family had yet another iron in the fire. With her ​​young stud they put in the class of two year olds presenting an ace on the table, he had been on many shows its superior type. WithAl Lahab v. Laheeb, one can also admire a display of the new Almanch III on the first page that led them to this class immediately. The father is an Imperial Imdal son, who in turn descended from the famous top stallion Ansata Imperial. The parent is The Vision HG by Thee Desperado ad Belle Staar, both of The Minstril have a father, a brown and a Wonderful, the best sires. After the class win was young stallion Al Lahab champion. Better run it could not! But the further elimination brought a little surprise! Not Al Lahab was Supreme Champion, but his charming stablemate F Samirah. The enchanting horse F Samirah was indeed in the C-int Youth Show Champion. The stud Friedmann was very satisfied. That should also see that on the colts wasAligance Hamra v. Ali Valentino x Sonbohlas Music, Bes. Reiter / Küppers, to see a very strong competition. The great white horse with its distinctive head and very balanced physique had been on many shows at the front, also in Aachen. Al Lahab was behind the first-year teammate F Shamaal by Maysoun (see above), reserve champion.In the election for the Pyramid Cup was zweijährige.Jungstute F Samirah the seven-year-old stallion El Thay Mashour over. A competition such as the Arab and very typey El Thay Mashour v. Madkour I x El Thay Bint Kamla (owner & breeder C. Tauschke) was not so easily shake off.He was Champion and Supreme Champion of the stallion. El Thay Mashour goes about his father, the well-known sires Madkour I, and his mother back to the famous Moheba, a mare from El Zahraa, who leads the German Halima line. The “German” with several crosses of Halima Ansata Halim Shah, the American Halima in the pedigree, is always good for a surprise.Reserve champion of the old stallions was the big moving, brown MB Shattal v. Atticus Minstril The ad by Mr. EH Bushrah Hagenlocher (v. Kameke owners wife), who appealed with his large eyes and expressive face.In the mare had the famous Pyramid Set El Nil v. Ansata El Salaam ad Ghandura El Saghira (owned by Mrs. Wagner), and was the lead mare champion mare. A fine, brown mare with great lines, best moves and plenty of charisma. The Reserve Champion was the gray mare Malysha v.Maysoun ad Haliefee v. Abbas Pasha I (Owner & Breeder Mrs S. Schreibvogel), a mare with a lot of harmony and Arabic flair. You could impress visitors and judges alike. Stand behind the Pyramid Cup-winning F Samirah in the fillies’ Championship dreijähige Maida Bint Bint Mohssen v. El Thay Shah Mabrouk ad KP Bint Mohssen (owned by E. & H. Thürsam), it attracted attention with her ​​big eyes and the superior type, and was Reserve Champion fillies.As a class winners continue to emphasize GR Amaretta v. Classic Shadwan, owner & breeder Escher (annual mares), Hamra Aligance v. Ali Valentino , owner of Rider & Küppers (three year old stallions), Najimah v. The Minstril, owner S. Reiter (nine-to ten-year-old fillies), MPA Amiri Alani v. The Egyptian Prince, owner R. Kolster (eleven years old and older mares), Thamiyan v.El. Thay Thaman, owner M. Pfeiffer (nine-to ten-year-old males) and Abbas Pasha I v. Ansata Abbas Pasha, owner of B. Fazekas (eleven years old and older stallions).The two Supreme Champions and therefore the Pyramid Cup winner was bred by their owners.There are also bred in Germany Staight most Egyptians, although of course very good horses should be imported. This genetic exchange may only be of benefit to our discipline. Ali Valentino (Weixelbaum owner) is obviously such a successful import. In recent years he had always been delivered very good offspring, and now comes with a Pyramid F Samirah Cup winner to do so.Our well-known Madkour I has also reported again as a sire: El Thay With Mashour he asked a Supreme Champion and his son Mahfouz (owner P. Gross) was on a good second place in its class. Maysoun, one of Germany’s top stallions, was also here again represented in the group of outstanding sires with Malysha and F Shamaal well. Must also continue to be called Ansata El Salaam, who made ​​the father of Pyramid Set El Nil, one champion and the second places were his elegant daughter Salome Bint Salaam and whose full brother, Salaam el-Masri .Also in the int-C show were many Egyptians, the class winner, a champion, however, was not there. It was but the four year old mare Dahmraks Ahira Halim v. El Thay Shah Manial (owner Bobrzyk) with 91.67 points, the highest score of the show, she was in the Egyptian Event “only” second, but with a very high note. When Foal Championship were, however, with HP Shabburav. Maydan Madheen (owner H. Preuss) as a champion and Al Khayyat v. Ali Valentino as reserve champion again two Egyptian front. Further results are beyond the given framework.Only one point I would like to add like: Should not we think about it, that will be announced by the individual judges the scores in the Egyptian Event? The multiplication of the type of note, however, must necessarily be maintained, this has proved successful. Write to me their opinion, an objective discussion is always good.

S. Paufler