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Legacy: In Tribute to the Egyptian Arabian Horse - Ansata Ibn Sudan

This is the 5th installment of this series which began June 7, 2024, wherein we continue to highlight the stories of Straight Egyptian Arabians that were originally featured in the Legacy Section of Volume XII of the Reference Handbook of Straight Egyptian Horses. This special section featured the horses themselves along with endearing stories of the special relationship they shared with the humans in their lives. It has been fun hearing from not only the owners of these horses, but also from others who had the opportunity to interact with them as well. We trust you’ll enjoy them, too, and look forward to hearing from you about the impact these horses may have had in your own lives, either individually, up close and personal, or through their descendants. It seems particularly fitting that this Ansata Ibn Sudan was selected to be featured this Independence Day weekend. He remains a one of a kind edition…the ONLY American-bred Straight Egyptian stallion to capture the title of U.S. National Champion Stallion. He was sired by Ansata Ibn Halima and was out of Ansata Bint Mabrouka, so double Nazeer and a great grandson in tail female of the Queen of the Nile, Moniet El Nefous. We are pleased to feature this magnificent horse and hope you will enjoy some of the wonderfully written stories that reveal a side to him that many may not have known. An equally important sire as he was a show horse, Ansata Ibn Sudan produced many important daughters and sons. We invite you to spend some time getting to know him better and to share any stories you might have of his influence in horses today.





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