2012 Bay Mare CAHR #47516
Born: May, 2012



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Sami is a wonderful young filly who is incredibly well bred with amazing movement and an exceptional pedigree. Sami has a great mind, is easy to work with and eager to please. Sami has had halter training and stands up very nicely, would be a great amatuar halter horse or a lovely Sport Horse Mare. Sami has correct conformation and good movement so should do well in hand. She has started her training undersaddle and is very smooth and comfy. She will be an awesome show horse and will end up as a great amatuer mount and should eventually be an awesome horse for a Jr to ride.


Sami is sired by the beautiful Mariachi WA whose show record includes, 2009 Canadian National Champion Country English Pleasure Jr. Horse, 2009 U.S. National Res Champion Country English Pleasure Jr. Horse, 2009 Region 12 Champion Arabian Country English Pleasure Jr. Horse, 2009 Scottsdale Unanimous 1st Arabian Country English Pleasure Jr. Horse - 5 yrs, 2009 Scottsdale Res Champion Country English Pleasure Jr. Horse, 2007 Scottsdale Champion Three-Year-Old Colt, 2005 Region 6 Champion Yearling Sweepstakes Colt, 2005 Scottsdale Top Ten Yearling Colt (3rd) (April 16th –July 31st), Canadian National Top Ten Futurity Colt, & U.S. National Top Ten Futurity Colt. Mariachi WA carries ten crosses to the immortal Bask in his pedigree including the exceptional performance mares Bint Miss Fire and Mac Baske. He also has the incomparable producing stallion Afire Bey V and some of the famous moving stallions Gdansk, JA Magnificat and Boh Bit-o-Bask in his breeding.

Marichi WA is sired by the beautiful Afire Bey V son, Baske Afire who holds the winning record of the Baske Afire offspring at the 2011 U.S. National Championships. There were 55 Baske Afire get competing successfully in Tulsa . Together they brought home 71 Top Ten awards, seven reserve national championships and eight national championships in Halter, Country English, English Pleasure, and Driving, with a few extra wins in Park, Show Hack, Native Costume, Hunter Pleasure, and Informal Combination.

Mariachi is the son of a Regional and National winning halter mare Brooklyn Bey, granddaughter of one of the great producing and most beautiful mares Classique Design (JA Magnificat x Anchor Hill Ezrah).


 Sami is out of our wonderful VS Aladdinns Allanna. Allanna is sired by *Aladdinn, a Swedish and US National Champion who was the second leading sire of arabians of all time based on the total number of registered foals. In total, he sired 1211 progeny including 391 champions, 24 National Champions in performance and halter, and 71 National winners. Through 2009, *Aladdinn had 136 offspring who produced National winners. Aladdinn bred by Erik Erlandsson of Tomelila, Sweden and was foaled in 1975. In Sweden he was named Aladdin. In 1978 he was Swedish National Champion, scoring higher than any other stallion in Swedish Arabian horse history. He was imported to America by Lasma Arabians in 1978 where he became an instant success. An extra "n" was added to his name, because there was already an Aladdin registered. In 1979 he was named US National Champion Stallion, the first national champion of a foreign country to receive this title, and the only stallion in breed history to sire four US National Champion stallions.*Aladdinn stems from the Koheilan Haifi sire line, known for their great dispositions and ability to perform in classic athletic competition. The tail female line traces to Milordka.  *Aladdinn's sire Nureddin is a Witraz son, out of Norma, whose sire was Hardy—the excellent race horse out of Gazella II. Lalage, the dam of *Aladdin was bred in England, by Gerwazy out of Lafirynda, whose parents were imported to England. *Aladdinn's excellent breeding traces three lines to Gazella II, two to Miecznik and two to Ofir.

Allanna's dam, Mi Saska, is a Bask daughter out of Samirra. Mi Saska was never shown herself but has produced champions, reserve champions, Top 10 and Top 5 winners by Bey Shah, Aikon and Style Master. Mi Sask's foals have produced show winners and Endurance horses. Bask is the only stallion to be a U.S. National Champion Stallion and Park Horse He is the breed`s all time leading sire of champions and National winners, as well as National winner producers. *Bask began his race training in Poland at the age of two. He remained in the racing program for a full four years. Out of 40 races, he placed first eight times, second seven times and was third seven times. Exported in 1963 to Lasma Arabians, USA. Bask was 1964 Scottsdale Champion Stallion, 1964 Scottsdale Champion Park, 1964 US National Champion Stallion, 1964 US National Top Ten Park, 1965 Spokane Reserve Champion Park, 1965 US National Champion Park, 1965 Legion of Merit, 1966 Scottsdale Champion Park, 1967 US National Reserve Champion Formal Driving, and 1967 US National Reserve Champion Formal Combination. Bask is a Legion of Supreme Honor holder. Bask is sired by Witraz out of Balaljka. 
Samirra is sired by Raseyn Gezan who was bred by Carlton Cummings and was imported to Canada where he became leading sire of champions in Canada for years. Raseyn Gazen became Cummings’s head sire. His progeny earned him a reputation as the third ranking son of Abu Farwa in the list of leading sires of show champions — with many fewer foals on the ground than the first two ranking Abu Farwa sons. Cummings himself claimed that for a three year period Antezeyn Skowronek had sired more ribbon winners than any sire of any breed. This was entirely possible since his progeny were in the hands of an army of horse-crazy, show-happy kids who would take their Skyline charges to every local show, weekend after weekend, entering dozens of classes in every division from halter to three-gaited to gymkhana events — and winning. These Antezeyn Skowronek offspring were notable not just for their quality and sheer beauty. And their successes were not limited to the competition of local shows. Raseyn Gazen is out of Nadir, sired by Gezan out Bint Sedjur. Maternal half-sister to Bint Sahara, one of the top broodmares of all time. She held the top spot in the world (for the number of champions produced) for many years. When the Living Legends of the Arabian breed were selected in 1970, Bint Sahara was one of the 10 that were selected. 
Samirra is out of Ga Ryna whose daughters have produced winners, National and Regional champions, reserve champion and Top 10, Top 5 wins, including a Legion of Honor winner, in english, western and halter. Ga Ryna is sired by Ga'Zi out of Zaryn. Ga'Zi's dam was Ghazna, a mare of exquisite quality and dam of eleven class A champions. Ga'Zi's sire was Abu Farwa, a copper chestnut stallion of magnificent presence and classic beauty. Abu Farwa's clean-chiseled head, fine throat latch and long arched neck were among his outstanding points. His high, airy trot was inherited from both sides of his pedigree, with two crosses to *Berk. Abu Farwa was foaled on the famous Kellogg Ranch in Pomona, California and was one of the most popular sires of his time. Ghezala, full sister to Ga'Zi, won 35 halter championships and was retained by the Mekeel Ranch where she in turn produced champions. Ga'Zi sired US and Canadian National Championships, Reserves, or Top Tens, Regional Champions or Top Fives, Class A Halter Championships or Reserves and 154 Class A Performance Championships. As of 1977 he had sired 13 Legion of Merits. Ga'Zi made history in 1967, when the Canadian National Champion and Reserve Champion Stallions and Mares were all sired by him. Ga'Zi was named Living Legend and Supreme Sire. Ga'Zi himself was a winner in both halter, western pleasure and trail classes. Ga'Zi won 18 Class A championships. Zaryn is sired by Faryn, an Abu Farwa son, out of Zimada who is by Ziyadi.

Allanna is very well bred with champions and champion producing mares and stallions throughout her entire pedigree.


Sami had a stunning colt by MV Hallelujah Nighthawk, March 2017 - RIP

Sami had a gorgoues filly by MV Lukkhe Flash in February 2020. -RAYNA

Sami had a lovely filly by MV Lukkhe Flash in April 2021. - Mari - FOR SALE






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Arabian Breeding Mares 2 & Over - 2nd

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Pedigree for SAMARA
2012 Bay Arabian Mare


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