QUOTE (Rising Phoenix @ Apr 26 2012, 06:14 PM)
Oh what a stunning filly, but I am biased since we have 2 Safeen daughter's. They are genetic gold.
Here are some pic's of our treasured mares and offspring.
MB Zareena is shown with her filly only minutues old, no lie this filly ( named Ali's Zaafinah ," The Great Dancing girl)" stood and then cantered around her mother and booked out the stall door! I have a pic of this moment and it's priceless since this was "Zareen'a" first foal. She is now a forever keeper and the Dam of Bashyr Ali Safeen bred by Paradise Egyptian stud and a Top Ten Egyptian Event colt.
EAI Hameenah is show in a candid pasture pic, yeah we grow rocks on the family farm, she is a stellar mare and the Dam of numerous X's Champion Ali Hameen, he is shown @ 10 months ( Egyptian Event pic) a long yearling in yellow flower pasture pic & as a mature stallion.
MB Zareena is shown with her 2nd SE foal Amir Al Ahlam "Prince of Dreams" ( Socks and blaze) He is a herd sire in his new home and a Class A winner.She is shown under saddle nursing him.
Ali's Zaafinah is show in a candid pic. ( Photo credit to Steve Miller)
Dark grey is Bashyr Ali Safeen @ Paradise ( Ali's Zaafinah's SE son) photo credit to Steve & Cyglenda Miller.
Words can't express how much we treasure our beautiful Safeen daughter's.
thank you for these lovely photos of your beautiful horses.I was there when Safeen was auctioned out in Canada and almost bought him, because I truly liked him, and his entire pedigree as well,.but we had already 8 or more stallios. I saw numerous of his foals at side of their dams at that time too, and all were excellent and very uniform.
thanks again and take care