LFS, CA, SCID, and OAAM Clear
Unanimous US National Champion Stallion AAOTH
US National Top 10 (3rd) Junior Stallion
Mid-Summer National Champion AAOTH Stallion
Mid-Summer Reserve National Champion Open Stallion
Arabian Breeders World Cup Champion Stallion AAOTH
Arabian Breeders World Cup Reserve Champion Open Stallion
Scottsdale Reserve Champion Western Pleasure Select Rider
Class “A” Champion Western Pleasure
Heterozygous black, bay, and gray
“Arslan” (which means lion) is a son of World Champion stallion *Equator PASB. His sire line needs little introduction as it features four world champion stallions in succession: Equator, QR Marc, Marwan Al Shaqab, and Gazal Al Shaqab. Cumulatively, these stallions have captured every title of significance in halter in US, European, and Middle Eastern show rings.
Arslan’s dam is the inspirational Silver World Champion Senior mare OmEl Aisha Aljassimya. Aisha also captured the Silver Championship at the Arabian Breeders World Cup, Bronze Champion at Menton, Silver Champion at Menton, Bronze World Champion Junior Female, and was Champion of the Scottsdale International 5- & 6-year-old mares.
Aisha’s foals have also made an impact in the ring. Her son, Arraab Aljassimya, was named Silver World Champion Yearling Colt and her daughter Amira Aljassimya was Reserve Champion Egyptian heritage in Scottsdale.
More importantly, Aisha hails from one of the most influential branches of the Om El Arab program: Om El Shaina. Shaina was *Estopa second to last foal sired by the World Champion Stallion *Carmargue that Om El Arab and Gari Dill-Marlow leased for two years.
Shaina’s influence is global. Her descendants include multiple National and World Champion foals: Bronze World Champion Om El Erodite (who made waves selling for $1.55 million at the inaugural Marquise Auction), National Champion Om El Shahmaan, Gold World Cup Stallion Om El Sinon, Bronze World Cup Stallion Om El Excella, Spanish National Champion Om El Extreem, and Gold Menton Champion Om El Shadina among many others.
Arslan’s indelible Arabian type, substance, and charisma make him a standout in both the halter and western pleasure arenas. However, it is trainability and people-loving demeanor that make him such an exceptional show horse under saddle.
He has captured a Championship or Reserve title at every competition he has attended so far which includes the Arabian Breeders World Cup, Region 9 Championships, US Nationals, and most recently Scottsdale Arabian Show.
His pedigree is woven from the lineage of some of the world’s foremost halter horses and he offers a unique opportunity for performance breeders to capitalize on an important outcross.