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In Memory of Bey Amore

1-27-1996 to 4-15-2014
AHA# 533524 | (Bey Imprimis x Hal Magic)

It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of our Once in a Life Time mare, Bey Amore.  While you may no longer grace our farm, you will forever hold a piece of our soul. We take comfort in knowing that both you and your foal are running, side-by-side through pastures that are forever green.  You left us with so many precious memories, and I know that one day I’ll be able to wrap my arms around your neck again and feel your silky mane upon my face – to look into those beautiful eyes of yours and know that I’m finally home. 



2012 Mare | AHA # 659472 | (Ajman Moniscione x Bey Amore)

An amazing filly out of our cherished mare, Bey Amore.  She has an absolutely amazing face with large, liquid eyes.   PLUS, she is not just another pretty face.  Her neck is beautifully set and shaped.  She has a short back and strong hip.  We expect she will follow in her mother’s footsteps and bless the Breed with the highest of quality foals.

Ajaley is back in foal to IBN Farid for May 2024 and the resulting foal will be the 2025 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction entry!

Anissa Bey

2022 Bay Filly. |  AHA #687560. |   (IBN Farid x Ajaley)


Anissa, like her mother and grandmother, is not just a pretty face.  She has a lovely neck set and shape accompanied by a short back, nice shoulder and fluid movement.  We look forward to seeing her contributions to our program as her pedigree says she should be a stellar producer.

Mystica Indiah

2009 Mare | AHA # 645539 | (Marwan Al Shaqab x Miss Yahsminah Elamal)

We are thrilled to be adding to our program, Aachen All Nations Bronze Cup Champion, Mystica Indiah. She has an amazing front end, excellent movement, a fabulously high set tail and carriage, and the heart of a warrior.  She’s a proven producer with her progeny securing titles here in the US as well as Qatar.

Mystica Indiah is in foal to the exquisite Sharif Al Zobair for a May 2024 foal!

Click HERE to read her pedigree research by Arlene Magid.

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