Tail Female Dam Line: MURANA I or. Ar. (1808)
Grey Saqlawiyah Jidraniyah bred by Ibn Rodan | Ruala Tribe ~ Anazeh Bedouin
Imported to Germany (King Wilhelm I of Württemberg) from the Arabian Peninsula (1816)
Bred by Vince & Karen Falzon | Falzon Arabians
Member of the AMURATH BEGUILE Family
The rich dark chestnut FALZON DESTINEE is another of the young and talented MAGNUM FORTY FOUR daughters made available to an aspiring show home and a performance-minded breeding program.
As a group, the daughters of MAGNUM FORTY FOUR have earned an exemplary reputation as the best producing mares in Australia, consistently blessing programs around the country with beautiful, intelligent and athletically versatile progeny. Within the Mulawa breeding program, the "44" daughters are the core elite, the likes of MUSTANG'S MAGNUM, PARADA, KARESS, CHANCE TO DANCE, MULAWA ASPIRING, ROMANCE MI & BE INFATUATED. Collectively, these broodmatrons supreme have made the international Arabian community richer with achievers in-hand and under saddle at the highest level. Over the course of the last decade, the get of MAGNUM FORTY FOUR have earned him Leading Sire honours at the Australian National Championships a record five times, with the vast majority of success achieved via performance results across the widest range of disciplines in the open, youth and non-pro divisions. Simply said, MAGNUM FORTY FOUR is the continental leader in siring versatile accomplished show performers under saddle.
Maternally, FALZON DESTINEE is a member of the valuable AMURATH BEGUILE family, through the unforgettable Australian National, East Coast & National Stud Show Champion MULAWA BEHOLD. DESTINEE's dam, DESTINE TO BE MI, was one of the young daughters of international show sensation FAME MAKER R, from whom she inherited impeccable balance, substantial structure and a dynamic show attitude.
With a powerful, long-strided, cadenced trot and a large scopey frame, FALZON DESTINEE is ready to succeed under saddle at the highest level. Expect her to be a willing and consistent performer for many years to come, as well as a respectably-bred broodmatron capable of producing exceptional Arabian athletes.