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Fadz Dani
By
Arlene Magid

Do you want to breed Arabians who have close lines to one of the breed’s most influential sires? FADZ DANI’s quadruple FADJUR heritage offers a back to the future prediction of success. At the 2011 U.S. Nationals, an amazing 74 National Champions traced to FADJUR. 25 of these won in halter, achieving 34 National Championships. 49 won in performance (winning a total of 54 National Championships).  FADJUR descended horses won National Championships  in nearly all performance disciplines offered at the show, including English pleasure, pleasure driving, country pleasure, native costume, English sidesaddle, show hack, hunt pleasure, western pleasure, western sidesaddle, trail, reining, cutting, working cow horse and reined cow horse. A number of winners carried multiple lines to FADJUR as does FADZ DANI. Those with 2 lines to FADJUR include Reserve National Champion Yearling Filly GODDESS OF DA VINCI, Reserve National Champion Two Year Old Filly and Reserve National Champion Filly *ALWAYS VALENTINE MI, National Champion Futurity Filly VALORI TRF, National Champion Yearling Colt and National Champion Colt BARZAN AL SHAHANIA, Reserve National Champion Yearling Colt POLIDORO FC, Reserve National Champion Two Year Old Colt SIR MARWAN CRF, National Champion Three Year Old Colt and Futurity Colt VITORIO TO, National Champion 4-5 Year Old Stallion and Reserve National Champion Senior Stallion ECCENTRIC VALENTINO, Reserve National Champion Stallion 4-5 Years BEY AMBITION (also the 2011 Canadian National Champion Stallion), Reserve National Champion Two Year Old Gelding ARAGONN, Reserve National Champion Three Year Old Gelding STLA SHAYA, National Champion Hunt Pleasure Futurity HP GUNS AND ROSES, Reserve National Champion Hunt Pleasure Maturity AOTR KIJAN EL JULLYEN V, National Champion Western Pleasure ONYX A, National Champion Western Pleasure Futurity ARIA OPUS ONE, Reserve National Champion Western Pleasure Junior Horse MD DYNASTY OF FAME, National Champion Western Pleasure AOTR 55/Over SUNSATIONAL KID, National Champion Country Pleasure AOTR 36-54 GLITTERATI, Reserve National Champion Western Pleasure AOTR 18-35 VALLEJO MOON BEAM+/, and U.S. National Champion Open Cutting KALDAREYN. 2011 U.S. National Champions with 3 lines to FADJUR are U.S. Reserve National Champion Three Year Old Colt and Futurity Colt EL CHALL WR, National Champion Yearling Gelding and Juvenile Gelding CONVICTION CA, Reserve National Champion Yearling Gelding MD SALVATORE, National Champion Western Pleasure Junior Horse MONTICELLO V, and and Reserve National Champion  Western Pleasure AOTR 55/Over ANTHEM V+//.  National Champion Two Year Old Filly *FESTYWA ALSA and National Champion 4-5 Year Old Gelding and Gelding AOTH PA MILLAN ALWAYS have 4 lines to FADJUR as does FADZ DANI. National Champion Hunt Pleasure Junior Horse JULYANNA and Reserve National Champion Hunt Pleasure Junior Horse SAN CARLOS JULLYEN V have 5 lines to FADJUR.

 

FADJUR has become one of the breed’s most influential sires through a number of sources. U.S. and Canadian National Champion Stallion and Western Pleasure KHEMOSABI++++/, for many years the breed’s leading living sire of champions, is a maternal grandson of FADJUR.  U.S. Top Ten Park AFIRE BEY V, the breed’s all time leading sire of National winners, is out of a FADJUR granddaughter. U.S. National Champion Stallions ALI JAMAAL and ECHO MAGNIFFICOO both trace to FADJUR. SUNDANCE KID V, the leading living sire of National Champions in hunt pleasure and western pleasure in 2009, has two lines to FADJUR. Twice U.S. Reserve National Champion Stallion FADJUR sired 18 National winners. 11 FADJUR daughters are on the Arabian Horse World Aristocrat list of mares who have produced 4 or more foals who are champions, race winners, or significant endurance horses. As of September 2009, FADJUR ranks fourth as a sire of Aristocrat mares.   FADZ DANI is 62.5% FADJUR, with four close crosses to him.

 

FADZ DANI is by the versatile show horse FADJURS PRIZE, who has ribbons in halter, english pleasure, hunter, hunt pleasure, western pleasure, and show hack. He is an english pleasure AOTR champion and a reserve champion at halter, cutting, and country pleasure ATR.  FADJURS PRIZE is the sire of FADJURZ DANI, whose daughter FADJURZAINE is a 2011 Region 3 Top Five Mare. FADJURS PRIDE is inbred to U.S. Reserve National Champion Stallion FADJUR as he is by FADJUR out of the FADJUR daughter MARJIANAZEMTU, (who is also dam of most classic head winner ESPECIALLY FADJUR, a 3/4 sister to FADJURS PRIZE).

 

MARJIANAZEM TU represents the very successful nick of FADJUR on SURANAZEM, a cross that produced 4 champions including 1969 Canadian Top Ten Mare and 1970 U.S. National Champion Pleasure Driving MARJANAZEM++, halter champions JURANAZEM, FADZANA and FADJEM. This nick has produced champion producers including FADJEM, FADSURANY and regional champion sire ZEMJUR.  MARJANAZEM++ is the dam of 1974 Region 3 Top Five Park and halter and native costume champion IBN FADJURZ (by the FADJUR son IBN FADJUR). FADAMAZE is the dam of native costume champion PN MIRIAH.  Also of the FADJUR/SURANAZEM cross is FADAMAZE, the third dam of U.S. Top Ten Stallion AOTH and multi-regional western pleasure winner RB MENESSON. Three times U.S. Top Ten English and Country Pleasure Pleasure BA BAY ALLIAZH+ traces in tail female to FADAMAZE.

 

MARJIANAZEM TU represents the nick of FADJUR on a daughter of SUREYN, making her a 3/4 sister to U.S. National Champion Futurity Cutting SURAFAD and to KARELIA (dam of 3 National winners in halter and western pleasure).  KARELIA is the maternal granddam of one of the breed’s all time leading dam of champions, TW FORTEYNA, whose 14 champions including U.S. National Champion Mares SHAHTEYNA and BEY TEYNA.  KARELIA’s maternal grandson ZIMBOLIC PGN is the 2006 U.S. National Champion Western Pleasure. MARJIANAZEM TU is also a 3/4 sister to National Champion sire SIR FADJUR, who is by FADJUR out of her maternal granddam MEHANAZEM.

 

SURANAZEM, a western pleasure reserve champion, is a 3/4 sister to U.S. Top Ten Gelding and Western Pleasure GHARIZEM++ (who is by a son of her sire out of her dam). She is a maternal sister to 3 National winner producers: SIR FADJUR (sire of U.S. Reserve National Champion Western Pleasure JOTR SIRLIN+/), to Canadian Reserve National Champion Mare JUBILANA (dam of twice U.S. Top Ten Western Pleasure AOTR JUBILLAD+/ and of U.S. Top Five Futurity Filly PURE MAGIC) and National Champion producer JUBANA (dam of U.S. National Champion Futurity Colt and Top Ten English Pleasure HAVOC++++//). SURANAZEM is also a maternal sister to BINT MEHANAZEM (by FADJUR), dam of 2 winners by FADJUR sons: halter and western pleasure champion STARZ O FAD and most classic head winner BOYO BOY FADJUR.

 

FADZ DANI comes from a strong dam line. He is out of BINT FAD-DANI, whose son DIRDI-DANCER is the sire of 14 time Half-Arabian National winner BENITO SIDIAGO++//. BENITO SIDIAGO++// has won Top Ten titles in sport horse gelding, dressage training level ATR, hunter ATR, hunter hack, hunter hack ATR and AOTR, sport horse under saddle and sport horse under saddle ATR. In 2011 he won his first National Championship-U.S. Reserve National Champion Hunter Hack JTR.

 

BINT FAD-DANI is by 1976 Region 3 Reserve Champion Sidesaddle and 1974 and 1975 Region 3 Top Five Western Pleasure FAD-DANI. He is a full brother to JURONIMO, sire of Canadian Reserve National Champion Half-Arabian English Pleasure, Top Ten Half-Arabian Gelding and Pleasure Driving NIKOLAN. FAD-DANI is a son of FADJUR out of BAR SONIA, who is a full sister to U.S. Reserve National Champion Gelding BAARHAN++.   She is a paternal sister to MAARLEE *dam of Canadian Top Ten Futurity Filly and National winner producer OVERLOOK MAARLEE) and to JULIEANN (third dam of leading sire VERSACE). VAR SONIA is  a maternal sister to DESTENI, dam of Canadian Top Ten Working Hunter SHARENDOUS.  FAD-DANI is also closely related to FADS FANCI, who is also double FADJUR and traces to RAHAS on her dam side. FAD FANCI is the maternal granddam of multi-U.S. National Champion Reining WHAT IT TAKES+, who is triple FADJUR.

 

BINT FAD-DANI is out of the FADJUR daughter FAD A-FLAME. Her daughter FAD BRAVA was exported to Brazil, and her son FAD BRAVO was exported to Australia. Her son FLAME OF SPAIN has sired champions in halter and performance and her daughter JTR SPANISH FLAME is also a champion producer.

 

FAD A FLAME is out of ILLANTE, a 3/4 sister to MISS TAHIR. ILLANTE and MISS TAHIR are both by the CMK stallion EL BRILLANTE, while ILLANTE is out of BINT TAHIR and MISS TAHIR is out of BINT TAHIR’s dam TAHIR. MISS TAHIR is the dam of Canadian Top Ten Western Pleasure and Western Pleasure AAOTR MISS BAHA+, dam of Canadian Top Ten Futurity Filly KHEMMIA. 

 

ILLANTE is a paternal sister to Canadian Top Ten Sidesaddle EL ZAMI and to Canaidan National Champion Half-Arabian Hunter and Reserve National Champion Half-Arabian Jumper SHEER BRILLIANCE. ILLANTE is a maternal sister to GDANSIN, dam of 5 champions, 2 of them National winners: U.S. Reserve National Champion Western Pleasure JTR 14-17 LEGACY OF JOY and 15 times National winner and National Champion sire BEY BERRY DANCER, who has National Championships in English pleasure and country pleasure. ILLANTE has two lines to the great sire of athletes ABU FARWA (sire of 3 National winners and 33 producers of National winners). Her sire EL BRILLANTE is a paternal brother to ALOUMA, dam of 5 National winners (including National Champions in english pleasure and sidesaddle) and 4 producers of National winners. ILLANTE’s dam BINT TAHIR is a full sister to National winner sire AMARA BAHA and paternal sister to 5 National winners including National Champions in western pleasure and native costume. She is a maternal sister to Canadian Reserve National Champion Mare and National Champion producer WAHIDA. 

 

FADZ DANI’s high percentage of FADJUR blood and exceptional dam line make him an ideal choice for breeders who want to breed horses with close lines to the breed greats of the past to insure a promising future.

ARLENE MAGID

PEDIGREE RESEARCH

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