Broodmares

Omelia
Jana-Jan
Jangi
Dijanitra
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Our broodmares represent 3 lines and 2 dam families:

Fakirpelvan line via Opal branch is represented by World champion Omelia and European Junior Champion Jangi.

Toporbai line is represented by Jana-Jan, European Junior Champion 2008.

Ak Sakal line is represented by Dijanitra, 2nd placed and Selection Hope of Corona Bohemiae Cup 2016.

Ovgan family represents Omelia,  while Jana-Jan, Jangi and Dijanitra belong to Kepderi (Lachin) family. 

"Maternal strength is the pathway to success."(McLean)

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Davenda - Iron Lady

Davenda was born in 1996 at the studfarm Akhalt-Service in Russia. At the end of January 2004 she was imported to Czech Republic.
She was our Iron lady - boss of the herd, but very friendly and sociable with people. She never suffered from any illness and was incredibly fertile - she is dam of 12 foals including three breeding stallions - Damask, Karakhan (3rd and 5th placed at the World championship), and double champion of El Prado exhibition Galadaw. Davenda is dam of high quality daughters as well: Gut Ising Junior champion Jana-Jan, 2nd placed at CBC championship and Selection Hope Dijanitra ATT, Elite graded Djeren-Djan, Djik-Djiki ATT (also 2nd placed in her category at CBC championship) or succesful endurance horse Darakhshan. 
 

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Grust - Super Mummy

Grust was born in 1993 at Stavropol studfarm in Russia. She raced as a 2 years old in Piatigorsk and Elista 7 times (once won, one finished 2nd and once third) and placed 5th at the  Russian championship and got Diploma of II. degree.In the middle of 90-ies she was imported to Czech Republic and in 2005 she became citizen of our farm. She was calm and friendly mare (but dragon could be woken up under the saddle ) and super  Mummy - so caring and patient! Grust is dam of 8 foals, including Absolute Champion of Europe Ghadir, 2nd placed in the category of older stallions at European AT championship in Babolna, stallion Sadalbari (who won also Loose jumping competition there) or Gemekala, 2nd place at CBC championship in 2016.

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