WEIGHT: 64 kg
Services: Ass licking, Rimming (receiving), Moresomes, Naturism/Nudism, Travel Companion
Box Tel: Fax :. LIST OF STUD S AND THEIR PROGENIES EXPORTED HORSES HORSES KNOWN TO BE DECEASED HORSE LIST ACCORDING TO OWNERS. King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Saud greatly respected these horses and took great care for their welfare in addition to the preservation of their bloodlines and pedigrees.
This care and attention continues today through his sons and grandchildren, the leaders of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center KAAHC was established under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture in 38H G. The King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center is the official authority for all Arabian Horses matters and the official delegate to the World Arabian Horse Organization WAHO , and other International Arabian Horses Organizations.
They are the official Saudi Arabian Horses registry for the national and the imported horse, authorizing the Show Competitions and auctions, and Issuing Arabian Horses Stud Book in KSA. The King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center was originally named Arabian Horse Center at Dirab and its name was changed by Royal Decree in by The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Fahad Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud. Through the continuous support of the Government and the Royal Family, the King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center is dedicated to preserve the heritage of the Arabian horses in its homeland.
Original family strains like Al Hamdania, Al Obeyan, Al Sowati, Al Kuhailat, and Saqlawi are still preserved and bred on. The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud God mercy him gifted a number of good mares and stallions to improve the breeding at the Center.
Specialized personnel at the center have made careful breeding selections that have resulted in the production of generations of excellent Arabian Horses, including maintaining and improving the Saudi Desert Bred Arabian horse as one of their primary missions. Each year an appointed committee evaluates the characteristics of the mares and selects the best stallion to ensure the best possible results. All foals are evaluated at an early age and graded against the breed standard.