ASE Bisiriya Hlayyil
2008 - 2020 †
Grey mare - 1.54m - ELITE
SCID Clear & CA Clear
For 2021 in foal to RHR Heir of Marwan (ET)
* Silver medal halter Champion, Bunschoten (NL) 2009
* CEI** 120KM - FEI Endurance Babenhausen (DE) 2016 - 3rd place
ASE Bisiriya Hlayyil was the first daughter of our foundation mare Manilah. Bisiriya was one of a kind who died much too soon. She has produced show champion after show champion. All enheritaged her amazing head, big dark eyes and fantastic movement. Bisiriya was also a very strong mare. Besides being an ELITE broodmare, she also won a lot in endurance. She was 3rd at the CEI 2* endurance in Babenhausen, Germany and 9th at the CEI 1* in Ermelo with an average speed of 16,78 km/h. Bisiriya strongest point was her low heartrate and very fast recovery.
The sire of Bisiriya was Bishr. He was a son of the 2004 World champion stallion Hlayyil Ramadan who was awarded with the WAHO trophy in 2006 because of his outstanding performance as a show horse. Hlayyil Ramadan represents the finest Straight Egyptian breeding, crossed with the rare desert strains of Jordan. Hlayyil Ramadan is sired by Kamar el Zaman. A son of Salaa el Dine and out of Amar who is by the legendary Ansata Halim Shah and out of Ameera by Madkour I and out of the influential mare Hanan. The damline of Hlayyil Ramadan is of old Egyptian blood and desert bred, tracing back to Nazeer through Morafic and El Ameera.
The dam of Bisiriya is our foundation mare Manilah. Manilah is sired by the Straight Egyptian stallion Radamess II. Radamess is a son of Salaa el Dine. Which is giving Bisiriya the second cross to this legendary and ultra typy stallion, who is by the icon in Straight Egyptian breeding; Ansata Halim Shah and comes out of the important and treasured broodmare Hanan (Alaa el Dine). The mother of Radamess is Ansata Rebecca. She is by Ansata Abu Sudan and out of Ansata Rhodora who is by the great Ansata Ibn Halima out of Ansata bint Bukra- who is a daughter of the legendary and influential mare Bukra (Shahloul). The dam of Manilah is the ELITE mare Marischka. An important broodmare who has produced some incredible offspring like multi champion stallion Major (El Allah Abu) and the broodmare Mamuschka (Maymoun) who produced Brazilian National reserve champion Muranas Mabrouka (Marwan al Shaqab). Marischka is a daughter of World Champion Plakat. Plakat was a great performer and a very talented showjumper. Besides his sport abilities he also sired (world) champions all over the globe. Plakat is by the Egyptian stallion Aswan and out of Pchelka by Knippel. The dam of Marischka is the straight Egyptian mare Malisha bint Galal. A daughter of Ibn Galal (Galal by Nazeer) and out of Mastura by Saher, giving her four traces to Nazeer in the damline through Habdan Enzahi and Ghazal and three lines to Shahloul through Bukra and El Sareei.
Bisiriya joined our breeding program in 2012, when she produced the fantastic colt ASE Faraaj, sired by Bronze world champion RFI Farid. ASE Faraaj has been named unanimous champion colt twice, he was named best in show and was also crowned as a Top Five colt during the futurity in Aachen. Later at the show in Abu Dhabi he scored 91 points! After that many incredible offspring followed! Because of her extraordinary production, Bisiriya was awarded with the ELITE certificate at the Dutch studbook. Bisiriya passed away in 2020.
Offspring from Bisiriya:
2012 ASE Faraaj † by RFI Farid - Grey stallion
2014 ASE Bashira by Amir Ashiraf - Grey mare
2015 ASE Magnificent by ZT Magnanimous - Grey stallion
2016 ASE Juilliard by Da Vinci FM - Grey stallion
2017 ASE Kamiliya Hlayyil by Kahil al Shaqab - Grey filly
2017 Bacchus KA by QR Marc - Grey colt - bred and owned by Knocke Arabians, Belgium
2018 ASE Farhan by RFI Farid - Grey stallion
2019 Bisharat al Dawla by RHR Heir of Marwan - Bay filly - bred & owned by Al Dawla Stud, Australia
2020 Adalat al Dawla by WH Justice - Grey filly - bred & owned by Al Dawla Stud, Australia
2020 ASE Behati Hlayyil † by RHR Heir of Marwan - passed away with her mother early 2020.