2003 Chestnut Purebred Mare
Chellah is a fiery, small, chestnut Arabian mare. Her fur is soft and shiny. She has a big blaze, delicately formed ears, big eyes, a high-tail-carriage and good hooves.
She was bred in Morocco by Zakaria Hakam (Haras ZACK STUD). We were told that she was raced like her father, and that her dam Farah was a superb broodmare. Rayhan goes back to well-known Arabian horses like Pasat. Through her pedigree, Chellah combines Straight Egyptian and Polish bloodlines, and on her dams side, she goes back to pure desert bred Arabians.
PEDIGREE: Chellah is a mix of quite a few Arabian lines, predominately Egyptian. In the top half of her pedigree: Pasat and Gwarny are from well-established and much respected Polish breeding lines. TJS Georgie Girl is very well known and was a US National Champion Mare from Bazy Tankerley’s famous Al-Marah lines and imports. Gawad is all Egyptian bloodlines and features some ‘greats’ such as Morafic and Nazeer. Leila brings in another Egyptian line through Morafic, coupled with Dahra and Agres and Arabians of French breeding.
In the bottom half of her pedigree: Marzouk gives more lines to Morafic and Nazeer (Egyptian) and Agres again. Joubna is a half-sister to Leila (above) and couples less known Arabians from Desert Bred stock with more Agres, so her tail female line is all desert.
This mare has a really interesting pedigree. Her breeder made some effort to inbreed to the mare Dahra.
- Nicki Collins
During our five-year stay in Morocco, we acquired Chellah as a family and recreational horse for one of our children. She came to us from rather poor conditions, which she showed through her condition. Once she got a halter on her, she turned into a horse very easy to handle. Our children often rode her without a saddle and the longer we took care of her, the more trusting she became. It took a long time for her to gain trust in humans and needed a lot of patience and dedication.
In 2013, our family and our horses returned to Germany. Our children were often exploring new riding paths with her for hours and hours.
Chellah needs such a solid togetherness with a person to maintain her trust. She is very sensitive and it is important that she has a person who faithfully cares for her. She senses when she is ignored and it hurts her. She then tends to evade encounters and being groomed or touched. Since our daughter cannot look after her as much as would be needed (study), we are looking for a new home for Chellah and a person who cares for her and works with her on a long term. Someone, who can do her justice.
In May 2017 Chellah gave birth to her first foal: a colt by Poseidon OS (Ajman Moniscione x Maryah OS). She did this alone between checks and takes care of her foal very well. She is a wonderful mother.
Since we don't raise colts anymore, her son Layan Al Dabaran is also to be sold. He resembles her in many ways and has a beautifully refined head with big, expressive eyes. They can be sold together.
Visits are welcome at any time by appointment and Chellah can also be test ridden.
Video of Chellah with her 2017 colt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_PMvAuOHiA
Deciding is the place and the people she will meet…
Contact: Martin Tampe, Moosbach 4, 77787 Nordrach, Germany
Mobile: 0151/ 21427115