Pride, a 2003 stallion, has superb performance breeding. A double
Khemosabi, Bask and Serifix linage makes him a show ring contender and
sire of future champions. Sired by (and only son of) SAF Lover Boy, a
solid Halter and Show Hack competitor, and out of Annasazi Khemobask, a
Country English Pleasure mount, Pride shows strong performance
Prideís excellent conformation, flat topline and typey profile have
made him a strong halter competitor; including 2003 Maryland Futurity
Colt and overall show Most Classic Arabian Head winner.
In true Khemosabi tradition, Pride has the same sweet, willing
attitude that made the great Khemosabi more than just a performance and
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Inarguably one of the most influential Arabian stallions in the
world, Khemo was known for his sweet personality, great conformation and
tremendous athletic ability. He was bred by a back-yard breeder who had
no idea they would forever change the destiny of the Arabian breed.
the back yard to the ďbig timeĒ, Khemosabi++++ was a U.S. and Canadian
National Halter Champion Stallion and U.S. and Canadian National
Champion Western Pleasure winner. He sired more than 320 champions and
88 National winners in halter and performance.
Known for their
performance diversity, Khemosabi++++ get have won National Championships
in many almost every divisions from dressage to reining. Khemosabi++++
has more than 50 sons who have sired champions, 23 of whom have sired
National winners. More than 100 Khemosabi++++ daughters have produced
champions, and 62 have produced National winners. Khemosabi++++ was the
son of two National Champions.
His sire, Amerigo, was U.S. Reserve
National Champion Stallion and sire of seven National winners. Khemosabi++++
is out of U.S. Reserve National Champion English and Western Pleasure
and Top Ten Mare Jurneeka++, dam of five champions.
Imported from Poland, there are a number of distinctions that have
set *Bask++ apart from other influential stallions in the breed. With
1,046 registered purebred get, he was the leading sire of Arabians for
several years after his death.
*Bask++ was also one of those rare U.S.
National Champion Stallions to sire a U.S. National Champion Stallion.
In addition to his national halter title, *Bask++ was named U.S.
National Champion Park, U.S. National Reserve Champion Formal
Combination, and U.S. National Reserve Champion Formal Driving. And last
but certainly not least, *Bask++ left behind an impressive siring record
that includes more than 500 champions, of which nearly 200 are National
page is dedicated to SAF Lover Boy who died January 2006 at age 19 of a
Lover was Godís perfect creation, and while our time
together was far too short, I am thankful for the opportunity to have
known him. He was my gentle stallion with the big heart. Not a day
goes by that I donít listen for his call when I enter the barn.
that one day we will meet again at the Rainbow Bridge and ride once more
-- chasing sunbeams through heaven.
- Barbi Wagner
SAF Lover Boy 1986 - 2006