Ibn Raad

Ibn Raad (formerly Ibn Raed)
(Scapa x LPS Thunderstruck) by Thee infidel
2011 Bay Straight Egyptian Colt
Hadban Enzahi in strain
SCID, CA, LFS Clear

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Multiple Nominations:
Pyramid Society Halter Futurity,  Scottsdale Signature Stallion Futurity

Awards:
2012 Champion Futurity Yearling Colt
2013 Unanimous Champion Futurity Finals 2 yr old Colts
2013 Silver Champion Junior Egyptian Colt
2013 Bronze Junior Champion Colt Arabian Breeder Finals
2014 Top 5 Arabian Breeders World Cup
2014 Champion Straight Egyptian Colts – 3 Years Old 
2014 Silver Champion Junior Champion Straight Egyptian Colts 

Ibn Raad is an exceptional colt with the beauty and charisma required by breeders.  He has already won his Yearling Colt Futurity Class at the 2012 Egyptian Event.  His confirmation and Arabian qualities were evaluated and favorably judged by a panel of prestigious judges.  The result was his breeder and owner (Elizabeth Witt) being awarded the coveted Breeder of the Year Championship for the Highest Scoring Futurity Colt!

He is tall, elegant, and exotic!  Browse his photo’s or better still come see him for your self.  His disposition is just what a great show horse needs.  He is hardworking and willing to please; curious and eager to learn; with exciting animated movement that will take your breath away!
His pedigree is beautifully blended with some of the most respected and sought after blood in the world.  To list a few:  Imperial Imdal+, TheEgyptianPrince, Ansata Halim Shah and the dam lines…..*Magidaa, Mesoudah M, Moniet El Nefous!
Ibn Raad is royally bred and exhibits the very best qualities of his pedigree.  He is available for purchase and will make an exciting and valuable addition to anyone’s show string as well as being well qualified as a future sire.

 

 

Ibn Raad Wins at the Egyptian Event

Ibn Raad, formerly Ibn Raed (Scapa x LPS Thunderstruck) gets a big win at the 2012 Egyptian Event, shown by Joe Polo.
He was crowned Champion Futurity Finals Straight Egyptian Yearling Colt in class #52.

We are proud of him as he follows in the footsteps of his older brother JLS Aayns Al Reejis (2011 Egyptian Event and 2012 Scottsdale Champion).