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Ruminaja Ali (Shaikh Al Badi x Bint Magidaa) A 1976 Egyptian Arabian stallion who has sired some of the finest halter horses in existence today. Not only was he U.S. Nation Reserve Champion Stallion, second only to Muscat but his sons and grandsons are still legends in the breed. Some of his most famous offspring include: Ali Jamaal, The Minstril (Sire of Thee Desperado), Anaza El Farid (Sire of Gazal Al Shaqab) and the list goes on! #theedesperado

Ruminaja Ali (Shaikh Al Badi x Bint Magidaa) A 1976 Egyptian Arabian stallion who has sired some of the finest halter horses in existence today. Not only was he U.S. Nation Reserve Champion Stallion, second only to Muscat but his sons and grandsons are still legends in the breed. Some of his most famous offspring include: Ali Jamaal, The Minstril (Sire of Thee Desperado), Anaza El Farid (Sire of Gazal Al Shaqab) and the list goes on! #theedesperado

If this beautiful creature doesn't take your breath away, I surely do not know what might.  :)  Incredible equine beauty!

If this beautiful creature doesn't take your breath away, I surely do not know what might. :) Incredible equine beauty!

arabian show horses | ... Top Ten at Scottsdale Show! | Egyptian Arabian Horses - Arabians LTD

arabian show horses | ... Top Ten at Scottsdale Show! | Egyptian Arabian Horses - Arabians LTD

Bask - Arabian - 1956 purchased by Gene LaCroix - died July 24, 1979 his stud fees went from $500 in 1963 to $10,000 in 1975 - Bask sired 1045 purebred foals

Bask - Arabian - 1956 purchased by Gene LaCroix - died July 24, 1979 his stud fees went from $500 in 1963 to $10,000 in 1975 - Bask sired 1045 purebred foals

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