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*AN Malik

 (Galero x Ispahan) 1970 grey stallion
bred by Jean Marc Valerio
tail female to Verana
SSB*4007 / AHR*86605

 

  
  
  

Imported to the US in 1972 by Jay Stream.
430 progeny in the US, Canada, Europe, South America, Africa, 
and the Middle East
112 Champions
33 National winners
17 producers of National winners
(Statistics through the 2011 show season; courtesy of Arlene Magid)

Registered as Malik in the Spain, he was exported as a two-year-old to the USA where he became a leading sire of champions. His full brother Maliknoa remained in Spain and was a moderately successful sire for Valerio, siring 75 get through 1998.

AN Malik's daughter Abha Djezire (x National Champion *Abha Hamir) was exported from the US back to Spain, where she produced 9 foals for Pedro and Marieta Salas.

"*AN MALIK sired 112 champions and 33 National winners. His National Champion get include AN MARIETA+,  Canadian Reserve National Champion Mare WN MI KERIDA+, U.S. National Champion Informal Combination GG MATADOR++, Canadian National Champion Stallion and U.S. Reserve National Champion Stallion TOP CONTENDER, Canadian National Champion Stallion and U.S. National Champion Futurity Colt LH GARCIA, U.S. Reserve National Champion Formal Driving WN MIEL, U.S. Reserve National Champion Show Hack and Canadian Reserve National Champion Hunt Pleasure WN MALTA+, Brazilian National Champion Stallion BEY MALIK DD, Brazilian Reserve National Champion Stallion GG MAXIMO, and Brazilian National Champion Mare AN BROSIA.

*AN MALIK is a full brother to National winner sire *MALIKITOA. *AN MALIK's  dam ISPAHAN is by ALHABAC, sire of American regional western pleasure winner *ALCORAC and of *GG MALINA, dam of Brazilian National Champion Stallion GG MAXIMO. ISPAHAN is out of CHAVALI, whose son *MAKORR sired National winners in informal combination and hunt pleasure. CHAVALI is also the dam of British National Champion Mare *KADIDJA, dam of U.S. Top Ten Hunt Pleasure AOTR 40/Over *KARLOS+.

*AN MALIK is the leading Spanish sire in number of National winners sired."
Arlene Magid, Pedigree Research, Arabbits@aol.com
 

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