Egyptian Related Black Sabino Stallion
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion at Stud in Livingston Manor, NY
Introducing Saba Mashaali for 2003 at a special reduced stud fee to a limited number of mares. Beautiful black with classic 'Khemo' blaze and four white socks. Exotic head, he has the biggest eyes we have ever seen on a black horse! Long well shaped neck, Good conformation and legs. Outstanding disposition, very willing and eager to please. Should mature at least 15 hh. Excuse the photos, taken as a weanling and a yearling - will update photos soon. Pedigree includes Ruminaja Ali (2X) , Shaikh el Badi (2X) , AK Khazar, Moniet el Sharaf, Kaisoon, Moniet el Nefous (3X) , Bahila (dam of the Minstril) , Khemosabi (2X) , Bint Bint Moniet, Bint Magidaa, Bint Maisa el Saghira, Tuhotomos and more! This colt was bred to be a great herd sire. Join us in anticipating his first foal crop in 2004- book today!
About Livingston Manor, NY
The area claims to be the "birthplace of fly-fishing in the United States" largely because of trout fishing on the 27-mile (43 km)-long Willowemoc Creek. It flows between the village and Roscoe, New York, where it intersects the Beaver Kill. The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum is on the north edge of the town on the Willowemoc Creek. Today fish stocks in the Catskills are managed by state wildlife agents. All of the stocked fish (1 million pounds each year) for the Catskills, as well all the reservoirs in the New York City water supply, are bred at the Catskill Fish Hatchery just northeast of Livingston Manor in DeBruce, New York.