Over nearly five decades, Mulawa has been fortunate to stand several important and influential sires. Each Foundation Stallion, with his highly-valued genetic heritage and unique combination of desirable characteristics, has left a positive and lasting impact on the Mulawa breeding program as well as throughout leading programs around the world.
These are the stallions that were purposefully sought out to guide the program progressively forward. We are abundantly blessed with the enduring legacy and invaluable influence of these Foundation Stallions throughout every generation of the most accomplished and beloved Mulawa show and breeding horses.
Root Sire Line: KUHAILAN HAIFI or. Ar. (1923) Bay Kuhaylah-Haifi bred by Khalef El-Aquad of the Muntfiq Bedouin | Syria Imported to Poland (Gumniska Stud - Prince Roman Sanguszko) from the Arabian Peninsula (1931) Tail Female Dam Line: MLECHA or. Ar. (1840) Grey Kuhaylah-Dajaniyah Imported to Poland (Jarczowce Stud - Count Juliusz Dzieduszycki) from the Arabian Peninsula (1845) Mulawa Foundation Sire 19 Jan 1972 - March 1985 Bred by Lasma Arabian Stud | USA Imported 1975 Our Reason for Being ... When our interest in Arabians commenced, we began with a domestic bred stallion and a part-bred mare as pleasure horses. Our early experiences led us to a commitment to the Arabian breed that has spanned almostFAME MAKER R
Root Sire Line: MIRAGE or. Ar. (1919) Grey Seglawi-Jedran bred by the Sebaa Tribe - Anazeh Bedouin | Syria Imported to Iraq & France | King Faisal (1921) , the UK | Crabbet Park (1923) & the USA | Roger Selby (1930) Tail Female Dam Line: SAMBRY or. Ar. (1904) Imported to Spain (Yeguada Militar) from Syria (1908) MULAWA CHIEF SIRE Bred by Joyce DeWitt & Laura Cleaves | USA Imported 1996 CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF FAME & FORTUNE Featured in Studs & Stallions 2017 Twenty years ago, at the Australian National Championships in Victoria, an unforgettable horse redefined the standard of excellence for the Arabian breed in the show ring. Concluding an undefeated trio of shows in 1997, including theGLF APOLLO
Root Sire Line: SAKLAWI I or. Ar. (1880) Bred by the Ruala Tribe - Anazeh Bedouin | Arabian Peninsula Tail Female Dam Line: BASILISK or. Ar. (1876) Bred by the Resallin Tribe ~ Sebaa Anazeh Bedouin Imported to United Kingdom (Crabbet Park - Lady Anne Blunt) from Syria (1878) MULAWA CHIEF SIRE Bred by Lorraine Humphrey ~ Gaslight Farm | USA Imported 1991 Always aware of the worldwide evolution and subtle changes over time in the Arabian industry, Mulawa began to notice a shift in international preference in the 1990s for a more exotic type of Arabian. Determined to be ahead of the curve, Mulawa very sagaciously began to seek out a more exotic element in a future herd sire, without sacrificing the essential qualitiesMAGNUM FORTY FOUR
Root Sire Line: SAKLAWI I or. Ar. (1880) Bred by the Ruala Tribe - Anazeh Bedouin | Arabian Peninsula Tail Female Dam Line: FERIDA or. Ar. (1886) Bay Ma’naqiyah Sbailiyah bred by the Shammar Tribe | Mesopotamia (Ottoman Empire) Imported to United Kingdom (Crabbet Park - Lady Anne Blunt) from Egypt (1891) Mulawa LEGACY Sire 09 Jun 1998 - 23 Jan 2013 Bred by North Arabians | USA Imported 2003 The Life, Legend & Legacy of MAGNUM FORTY FOUR Only rarely do distinctly disparate elements and circumstances converge to create profound opportunity – opportunity that in the end manifests itself as the catalyst for monumental change and fortune-altering progress. Only with time and perspective do we ever gain theTS AL MALIK
Root Sire Line: DAHMAN AMIR or. Ar. (1897) Black Dahman Amr bred by the Gomussa Tribe - Sebaa Anazeh Bedouin | Syria Imported to Poland (Bialocerkiew Stud - Count Branicki) from Ottoman Empire (1906) Tail Female Dam Line: NEJDME or. Ar. (1887) Grey Kuhaylah-Ajuz bred by the Anazeh Bedouin | Syria Imported to USA (World's Columbian Exposition | Chicago) from the Ottoman Empire (1893) Mulawa Chief Sire Bred by Toni Salloum | Brazil Imported 1997 TS AL MALIK is unquestionably one of the most unique and important stallions that Mulawa has ever had the privilege to own. Bred in Brazil, where he had been named unanimous National Junior Champion Stallion, TS AL MALIK was discovered at Midwest Training Center,VISION
Root Sire Line: SAKLAWI I or. Ar. (1880) Bred by the Ruala Tribe - Anazeh Bedouin | Arabian Peninsula Tail Female Dam Line: SAHARA or. Ar. (1835) Grey Kuhaylah-Moradiyah Imported to Poland (Jarczowce Stud - Count Juliusz Dzieduszycki) from the Arabian Peninsula (1845) MULAWA FOUNDATION SIRE 15 Jun 1980 - 30 Sep 2003 Bred by Dr. Hans Nagel - Katharinenhof Stud | Germany Imported 1980 Born in UK quarantine in 1980 while awaiting exportation to Australia, VISION was a unique stallion, in both pedigree and character. VISION was amongst the first genration of the golden Polish-Egyptian cross, as a son of the pure Polish BANDOS daughter EUNI (full sister to legendary Polish chief sire EUKALIPTUS) and the straightWARRANTY
Root Sire Line: KUHAILAN HAIFI or. Ar. (1923 ) Bay Kuhaylah-Haifi bred by Khalef El-Aquad of the Muntfiq Bedouin | Syria Imported to Poland (Gumniska Stud - Prince Roman Sanguszko) from the Arabian Peninsula (1931) Tail Female Dam Line: SZWEYKOWSKA (~1800) Bred by Slawuta Stud - Prince Roman Sanguszko | Poland Mulawa Chief Sire 15 May 1982 - 13 July 2008 Bred by Lasma Arabians & Michalow State Stud | USA/Poland Imported 1986 The year following after of the loss of AMBITON, Mulawa once again began to search for that special individual. Greg was determined to find a stallion who was himself a dynamic individual, yet had the genetic strength to cross well over the AMBITION daughters and the Mulawa foundation