. 2009 Breeding fees: $1500.00.... 5% GST
will be added onto the breeding fees and mare care.... $250.00 Booking fee due at signing of the breeding contract.
Supreme" will no longer be standing
to outside mares after 2009.
Contact us for foals that may be
offered by Supreme.
Straight Egyptian Al Khamsa, Asil,
2004 Stallion Dahman Shahwan Strain
Supreme is a great representation of his
Royal Pedigree, Inheriting the Charismatic Presence And Quality of his Pedigree. Accompanied by his Breath Taking Motion,
Sculptured head, excellent Smooth Structured Body, He is The Epitome of Arabian Beauty and Personality... With the strengths
of his pedigree, and his ancestral Beauty he is sure to be a strong genetic dominant sire and stamp his foals with
the beautiful Egyptian elegance, grace, and beauty.
Supreme shows a lot
of promise to follow in his sires and and grandsires footsteps with pride, dignity, Fire for life, & Extreme Animation
His Sire: “True Colours”,
who Is one of the youngest Straight Egyptian stallions to accomplish a show resume of International award winning credentials,
by the time he was five years of age. Region 18 Champion Stallion, Egyptian Event, USA titles include - World Champion Stallions
of 1997, Res. Senior Champion Stallion, Res. Supreme Stallion, World Championships, Salon du Cheval, Top Five Elite Senior
Stallion, World Champion "Most Beautiful Head", and most recently, 2003 Scottsdale Res. Stallions of 1996 & 1997!
"Supremes" Dam is Bahiyaa,
who is sired Imperial Saturn is a US Top Ten Champion stallion and Egyptian Event Reserve champion. He is out of the beautiful
Jamilll daughter Imperial Mistilll which is Imperial Egyptian Studs most famous broodmare and by the US Top Ten Stallion &
multi-champion in performance *Ibn Safinaz. Bahiyaa dam is the last and one of the most beautiful daughters of The Egyptian
Prince. Her dam Bellesha is by The Minstril.
Supreme and his Trainer.. Just started undersaddle
The Last Princess (TheeEgyptianPrince)
The following is taken from the
book, "Authentic Arabian Bloodstock," by Judith Forbis and is published here through the generosity of the author. For an
extensive understanding of the subject, it is suggested that the book is read in it's entirety.
Dahman Shahwan Strain
"Most distinguishing characteristics:
Balance and harmony. The Dahman are very classic in type. They resemble the Saqlawi in elegance but lean towards the Kuhaylan
in strength. They should represent an ideal blending of both. HEAD: Delicately shaped (refined), exceptional beauty. Broad
and relatively short head with balanced proportions between eyes and poll, and eyes and nostrils. The head is concave in profile,
frequently with a pronounced "dish." Eyes are large and very expressive. Ears are small and thorn-like, as in old lithographs
of Victor Adam. NECK: Harmoniously balanced with the body. Throats are well shaped and clean. Good poll setting. GENERAL CONFORMATION:
Strong toplines, relatively short backs in comparison to Saqlawi and Hadban. Level croups of good length, good hips. Legs
are clean and fine-boned."
Len & Tracey Burns Crooked
Creek, Alberta 780-957-2450