Darab ATT

Bay, *30.7.2017, breeder Farm Achalteke Tukleky, Czech Republic
Line El-Sovkhoz 2, family Kepderi (Temri)
Measurements: height 158cm - chest 177cm - cannon 19,0 (10/2019)
Evaluation: type 8,0 x measurements 9,5 x conformation 8,5 x movement 8,0, Elite of 1st category, preliminary grading 2019

Darab was born in the end of August 2017. Since his birth he showed courage, selfconfidence, extraordinary athleticism - speed, power, good three gaits. He is guy always ready for some action and challenge. 

We will try our best to give him chance to show his qualities in sport - if you are skilled and ambitious rider we are open for some kind of cooperation.

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About the Pedigree

Darab´s sire is stallion Darbek was born in 2009 at K.Zakariev´s farm in Dagestan. Under the ownership of G. Isaev he passed succesful racing career, with two victories (including Otkrytyi Priz), three second places (including Prize of Gundogar and Prize of Zakrytia) and two third places (including Prize of Mazan). At the end of 2015 he was bought by Markus Hubmann and imported to Europe. In 2016 he won the title of Champion of stallions at the Corona Bohemiae Cup, where he was also awarded by Selection Hope title. At same event he won "Evaluation of movement" contest under the saddle. 

Darbek´s sire, 1478 Dartai, was born in 2003 at the studfarm Dagestanskii. He passed succesful racing career as 2-3 y.o., in 10 starts he placed 6 times, including victory in Prize of Absent, 2nd place in the Prize of Budyonny and 3rd place in the Prize of Kazakhstan. He got 7,5 points for performance ability. In 2006 he won title of Champion of the Breed at the Russian Akhalteke championship in Piatigorsk. Dartai offspring is quite succesful at the racetrack, let´s mention Demir-Tau, Darbazan, Darbek or Kyurdamir. 

Darbek´s dam, 3478 Drama, tiny bay mare, was born in 2001 at the studfarm Akhalt-Service. She started career of broodmare

in Dagestan, where she became mother of 4 foals, including Darbek. Later she was sold to Russian owner, but her offspring was not registered.

Darab´s dam Jangi was born in 2010 on our farm. As a 2 years old she aquired title of Junior champion of Europe, in 2015 she placed 1st in the ranking of 5-6 years old mares during European grading tour 2015. She has 3 foals on the ground.  

Jangi´s sire Samurai was born in 2001 at the studfarm Akhalt-Service in Russia and was imported to us at the end of January 2004. He placed 1st in the ranking of 7 years old and older stallions during European grading tour 2015. Samurai is sire of Absolute European Champion of 2017 Shergir (full brother to Jangi), Junior Champion Alcippe (also winner of Junior Loose Jumping at the championship in Babolna), etc. Samurai´s son Syrgyn succesfully competed in endurance with several placings at 80km level. Three Samurai´s sons are used in breeding (2nd placed in his category at the championship in Babolna and winner of Loose jumping competition Sadalbari, above mentioned European champion Shergir and since 2020 Saladdin). 

Jangi´s dam 3513 Jana-Jan was born in 2006 on our farm. As a 2 years old she became Junior Champion of Europe in Gut Ising. She is dam of Absolute European champion Shergir and his full sister, European Junior champion Jangi (both by Samurai), 2nd place in the category of yearlings at European championship 2012 Jih, Elite graded Sipahi, etc.

Darab belongs to the family 1252 Kepderi (Lachin). Kepderi, buckskin, was born in 1953 in Turkmenistan, by Ter Kush (Toporbai line), out of 969 Temri (Toporbai line) and was the product of close inbreeding II x II to stallion 044 Tillya Kush. Among her daughters we can find mare 1488 Djakhan, 1590 Lolla (champion of the breed and dam of Lakmus, succesful race and sport horse), 1588 Lan and 2350 Leili. Kepderi family is giving quite versatile athletes - let´s mention Derby winner Dasht, 160km endurance horse Gyshgun, Durkhal (2nd place in 248km endurance competition), M-level dressage Damgan and Shumer Shael, by Anja Beran in classical dressage trained Degni Shael, show jumper Demirkhanum or promising young "movers" Gazam and Adair, etc.

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