ES Harir, born 2011, grey, Breeder: SHEIKH ABDULLA BIN MAJID AL QASSEMI and Owner: AL SAQRAN STUD / Standing in 2018 at Paolo Capecci Training Center.
His prestigious pedigree: Aj Dinar (WH Justice x deska HJE) x TF Magnums Magic (Magnum Psyche x Kharnation).
Here you can find the complete pedigree of ES Harir bei www.allbreedpedigree.com: click here.
Just some of his show records:
2015 Menton Show – Bronze Champion Senior Stallions
2015 B-Show Stroehen Senior Stallions Championship – Gold Champion
2015 Chantilly AWC Stallions Championship – Gold Champion Senior Stallions
2015 All Nations Cup – Gold Champion Senior Stallion
2015 World Arabian Horse Championships – WorldChampion Bronze Senior Stallions
2018 Dubai Horse Show – Unaminous Gold Champion Senior Stallions
2018 Menton Show Gold Champion Senior Stallions (Best in Show Male & Highest score of the Show with 94,0 points)
ES Harir – a son of Aj Dinar – will be a great sire in the world!
And here a video of ES Harir:
More details about ES Harir
Al Saqran Arabian Horse Stud (based in Sharjah) won what was arguably the biggest prize of this year’s Arabian Horse Championship (DIAHC) in Dubai in 2018, when ES Harir became gold champion on the Senior Stallions on Saturday. The three-day DIAHC at the Dubai World Trade Center was under the patronage of Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Regent of Dubai and the Minister of Finance and Industry of the United Arab Emirates, and with the support of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and ruler of Dubai.
Both Sheikh Mohammed and Sheikh Hamdan were present at the final presentation. The 7-year-old gray stallion, ES Harir, finished second in his class in qualifying, which gave him entry into the championship round, where he was, according to many, “deservedly” Gold Champion in the Senior Stallions. ES Harir has prevailed in the championship round at the jury and won by a unanimous decision with a maximum of 40 points.
It should be added that just a few weeks later he also became the Senior Stallions Gold Champion in Menton 2018. We may be curious about his offspring, which we will now also see at the shows …