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Hadban Enzahi

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*Hadban Enzahi++

Statue of Hadban Enzahi at the Marbach Stud

Breed: Arabian
Sire: Nazeer


Dam: Kamla

<tr><th>Maternal grandsire:</th><td>Sheikh El Arab</td></tr>

Gender: Stallion
Foaled: 1952
Country: Egypt
Color: Gray
Breeder: Egyptian Agricultural Organization
Owner: Marbach stud, Germany
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Hadban Enzahi, Foaled 15 August 1952 in in El Zahraa, Egypt, and dying of heatstroke on 22 July 1975, was a gray Arabian stallion imported from Egypt, who stood at the Marbach stud in Germany. Sired by Nazeer out of Kamla, he was brought to Germany in November 1955.

He sired many offspring over 19 seasons, many of which were exported worldwide and won numerous championships.

Made by German artist Ingo Koblischek, a life-size commemorative bronze statue of him stands in the grounds of Marbach Stud.


Gamil Manial (RAS)
Mansour (RAS)
Nafaa El Sahira (RAS)
Nazeer (RAS)
Kazmeen (RAS)
Bint Samiha (RAS)
Samiha (RAS)
*Hadban Enzahi
Mansour (RAS)
Sheikh El Arab (RAS)
Bint Sabah (RAS)
Kamla (RAS)
Baiyad (RAS)
Bint Samiha (RAS)


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