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RAADIN INSHALLA 

In the Show Ring

                            information provided by Arlene Magid

Raadin Inshalla was Region 15 Reserve Champion Park and East Coast Top Five Park in 1977.  He also won Halter and English Pleasure championships as well as most classic titles.  Raadin Inshalla has sired champions in both Halter and English Pleasure.  Notable among these are 1977 Region 16 Top Five Mare Mahala El Jon, and English Pleasure AOTR Champion Ghazal El Ajzaa.

Raadin Inshalla  -  Photo is from June 1980 Arabian Horse World

Inshalla's sire, *Ansata Ibn Halima, was a three time U.S. Top Ten Stallion and Region 5 Champion Park horse.  He has sired over 60 champions and 14 national winners.  *Ansata Ibn Halima is the only imported Egyptian stallion to sire both a U.S. National Champion Stallion (Ansata Ibn Sudan in 1972) and a U.S. National Champion Mare (Fa Halima in 1980).

Raadin Inshalla's dam is Allah Ateyyah.  She is the dam of three champions, including English pleasure and native costume champion Raadin Shetan, and western pleasure champion Serr Al Sahih.  Allah Ateyyah's only daughter, Raadin Hilal, is the maternal granddam of Raadin Royal Star, whose son *Simeon Shai is the only Egyptian stallion ever named U.S. and Canadian National Champion Stallion as well as World Champion Stallion at the Salon Du Cheval in Paris.                 

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