The woman who bred your boy, Marilyn Lang, is a long-time breeder who would, I am sure, be happy to talk with you about your boy and the horses in his pedigree. Marilyn owns Fantasia Arabians in Texas (if you google Fantasia Arabians, you'll find the website and contact information). Marilyn owned the sire, Halim El Mansour, for the last part of his life; he sired more than a dozen foals for her.
Your boy's pedigree is 50% (through multiple lines) to the imported stallion *Ansata Ibn Halima. Most of the rest of the pedigree (44%) are to a combination of 6 horses brought to the US in 1932 from Egypt by Mr. Henry Babson. The Babson Farm (now closed) was the focal point for breeding Egyptian horses that descended from these imports from 1932 until its closure in the late 1990s. Horses that trace entirely to these 6 imports are often called "Babson Egyptians" or "Straight Babson Egyptians." Most of the horses in the recent part of your boy's pedigree reflect crossing *Ansata Ibn Halima on a "Babson" mare. There is one other line (6%) in the pedigree, to the mare *Bint Nefisaa who came to the US from Egypt.
Both the "Babson" horses and Ansata Ibn Halima are known for being athletic and having great temperaments. I hope you will tell us more about your riding plans.
The Arabian Horse Association (AHA) shows that Marilyn sold this boy to Sharon Covey in 2005. Are you Sharon, or have you recently purchased this boy from her? If you are his new owner, I hope you will transfer his registration with AHA.