Al Lahab Titled Elite Stallion

We are extremely pleased: management and breeding committee of VZAP (the German Association of Breeders of Arabian Horses) have honored Al Lahab’s achievements in breeding and in the show circuit and rewarded him with the title of Elite stallion. Far more than 100 descendants of Al Lahab point out the stallion’s qualities as a sire. Internationally and also within VZAP, Al Lahab has produced a number of successful offspring. Some examples are mentioned here:
Al Milan out of Milena by Ibn Narav was awarded a Gold Ribbon at the VZAP Stallion Show. He is the winner of the National Championships of the VZAP and Champion at the International Horse Show in Stroehen.
El Sid out of Swana by Kubinec also won a Gold Ribbon at the VZAP Stallion Show in 2005. He was Senior Champion Reserve in Mion in 2008 and National Senior Champion in Aachen in 2008.
Mexx out of Arabest Mireeka by Ibn El Mareekh has also been awarded with a Gold Ribbon at the Stallion Show in 2007. He is the Champion Res of the Arabica 2008 show and Champion of the Egyptian Cup 2008.
El Palacio out of El Dorada by Sanadik El Shaklan won bronze at the Junior Stallions Championships at the World Championships 2009 in Paris.
Mahala, a mare out of Mahaisin by Al Kidir, was champion mare at the Egyptian Event 2008 and Champion Filly as well as Best Mare at the International Show in El Zahra, Cairo.
Pyramid Lanea, Pyramid Layyan, Pyramid Kahileh, Pyramid Nour el Nil, Pyramid Lutfiyah and Pyramid Lahara all have won international championship titles.
Titles as International Champions as well as titles as International Champions Reserve or premium foals were awarded to R Aziza, F Sana and F Tayyar.
In his show career, Al Lahab has gained an outstanding international reputation: Junior Champion Res at the All Nations Cup 2000, Junior European Champion in Verona 2001, World Champion 2006, World Champion Res 2009, Champion at the All Nations Cup in 2006 and 2009, Champion in Menton in 2009, Champion in Dubai in 2007 and 2010, and many more.
For the VZAP title of Elite stallion, which Al Lahab has now received at the end of his show career, we say thank you very much.