27 Ibn Galal V

Ibn Galal x 10 Hosna 71
1973 Liver Chestnut Mare

The largest mare family at Simeon Stud, 27 Ibn Galal V was an almost perfect dark liver chestnut mare with a flaxen mane, who was purchased from the picturesque Government stud in Babolna, Hungary. She was first seen harnessed to a heavy flatbed farm dray and had already raced. She became Australia’s first Champion Mare, as did her daughter, Simeon Sukari, and her grand daughters Simeon Salome and Simeon Sehavi.

Ibn Galal Galal Nazeer Mansour x Bint Samiha
Farasha Sid Abouhom x Yosreia
Mohga El Sareei Shahloul x Zareefa
Yosreia Sheikh El Arab x Hind
10 Hosna Ibn Maisa Nazeer Mansour x Bint Samiha
Maisa Shahloul x Zareefa
Rida El Sareei Shahloul x Zareefa
Rouda Sheikh El Arab x Fasiha


Her sire, Ibn Galal (Egypt), was a tall and handsome athlete. Her dam, 10 Hosna (Egypt) was a big-framed, correct mare who moved beautifully. Galal was an incredible show mare, but it is for her daughters she is best remembered. She is one of the most important tap root mares in Straight Egyptian breeding today.

Galals first daughter, Simeon Safanad by Sankt Georg RSI, has been a breeders dream with winning progeny in the Middle East, Europe, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.

Simeon Safanads first foal, Simeon Shai was a champion in Australia before  leaving for the USA and setting a world record for an Arabian Stallion in Halter. During 1991 he won the U.S.A., Canadian and Scottsdale Championships and was the World Champion in Paris. Simeon Safanads second colt, Simeon Sadik, was a beautiful black multi-champion in both Australia and Europe then created a dynasty at Halsdon Stud in the United Kingdom. Both Simeon Shai and Simeon Sadik passed away in 2013.

Galals second daughter Simeon Sheba by Raadin Royal Star, has progeny in both North and South America and the Middle East. She is best known for her exquisite daughter Simeon Sehavi by Asfour, who has won all around the globe.

27 Ibn Galal v and Asfour together produced two fillies, Simeon Sukari and Simeon Simona, who have become cornerstones of Simeon Studs successful breeding program.

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