(Fadi al Shaqab x Dakaree)
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2013 Bay mare
SCID Clear & CA Clear
In foal to ASE Farhan for 2021
* Winner 40km Endurance, Ankum (DE) 2019
* Winner 53km Endurance, Leende (NL) 2020
ASE Falaree is our last offspring of Dakaree. Dakaree is considered to be one of the most beautiful mares in the world and was sold to Al Shaqab stud, Qatar in 2012. Before she left, we were lucky to get one embryo of her, sired by 2013 World Champion stallion Fadi al Shaqab. This embryo was lucky enough a filly! And in June 2013, ASE Falaree was born! We are extremely happy with this legacy of Dakaree and will keep Falaree as our personal riding mare and for our future breeding program!
The sire of Falaree is 2013 World Champion stallion; Fadi al Shaqab. We have selected Fadi not only because his beautiful conformation and looks, but mostly for his authentic pedigree. Fadi's dam, Abha Myra by Marwan al Shaqab, is an absolutely gorgeous mare and she is out of ZT Ludjkalba - who is considered one of the best producing Ludjin el Jamaal daugthers in the world and who is also the dam of World Champion stallion Abha Qatar. The sire of Fadi is Besson Carol. Besson is a stallion who did miracles in the Brazilian breeding program and later also in the rest of the world. Besson is sired by Parys el Jamaal and comes out of the strong Russian and Polish lines of Antey and Aladinn.
The dam of Falaree is Dakaree - a mare considered to be one of the most beautiful mares in the world and in ownership of Al Shaqab Stud, Qatar. Dakaree is mulitple show champion as well as a multi champion mare in Western Pleasure. Dakaree is a daughter of the deceased Dakar el Jamaal (Ali Jamaal) and comes out of the very beautiful Ultimate Fancy, who is a daughter of Tripple Crown winner WN Ultimate Star. The damline of Fancy is Egyptian and traces back to the famous Moniet el Nefous.
Above pictured is her dam, Dakaree - Sold to Al Shaqab in 2013.
Falaree has had one foal until date. A lovely grey filly named ASE Faiana. Sired by ASE Magnificent.
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