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Paris 2017

Paris 2017

How do I put in to words how I feel right now? I'll start with the stats!!

OM EL ERODITE - Bronze World Champion Yearling filly, bred by Om El Arab, owned by Beloveds Farm and presented by Ted Cason

NADEEM EL ARAB - Bronze World Champion Junior Stallion, bred by Om El Arab, owned by Al Jassimya Farm 

BELLADONNA AT - Bronze World Champion Junior Mare, bred and owned by Dana Al-Meslemani of Al Thumama Stud, out of Om El Bellatrix.

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU to the three of you for believing in your Om El Arab bred horses. Clients and friends like you are what make this industry amazing!!!!

BUT it goes on!!!!! 41 years after Estopa won Champion Mare at the Salon Du Cheval 15 of the 18 medalists had Estopa in their blood - some as many as 7 times!!!! I thank everyone of these breeders, owners and handlers for supporting Om El Arab bloodlines for all of these years!!!

I know that there is a special someone who is so happy today, although she is not physically with us - proud of her horses, her friends around the world and her family. Thank you mom, I am grateful.

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