Al-Marah Ibn Sulejman *Sulejman Fetysz
Luanne Rapture
Nuserra Komanderra Komanda
Harmandraff Komandraff

SIRE: B-Y Serrasul (Al-Marah Ibn Sulejman x Nuserra)

CA Sulancelot's sire, B-Y Serrasul, is a grandson of *Sulejman who was foaled in Poland. He is half English as his dam, Fasila (Rasim x Fejr) was bred by Crabbet and imported to Poland where she was bred to Fetysz to produce *Sulejman. *Sulejman was a successful race horse in Poland, finishing in the money in seven of eight starts as a three-year old. He then had a three-part career at stud here in the USA. He was imported by H. B. Babson, and is found in many pedigrees crossed with the Babson pure-Egyptian mares. While at the Babson farm he sired the famous Tobruk (x Fazala) and Maarlejman 2607 (x Fa el Mar), and some highly regarded broodmares.

Later on, he was sold to Walter Ross of Missouri, where he was used on a variety of mares, including some Babson mares, some imported England mares, and some USA bloodlines. While in Mr. Ross' ownership he sired, among others, Asylman 11101 (x *Ashan), Jasul 9345 (x Bint Azja), Komsul 11099 (x Komir), Lindora 11098 (x Bint Azja) and Sulayba 8741 (x *Shayba).

*Sulejman was then purchased by Bazy Tankersley where he was a beloved individual, and a highly respected sire whose blood is still found in the Al-Marah herd through Al Marah Waltzing Matilda 22097 (x Balena) and Al Marah Sulejmans Flag 26684 (x Al Marah Danna)

*Sulejman's full brother Adonah ended up in East Germany at the end of World War II where he stood at stud and has left a thin line there.

Ramses Sarraf Shaikh Al Badi *Morafic
*Bint Maisa El Saghira
*Ramses Nefer Tari Fayek
*Bint Ghazalahh
El Winds Spice El Winds Count Gay Count
Emkay Zahrla Bu-Zahr

DAM: La Dance (Ramses Sarraf x El Winds Spice)

CA Sulancelot's dam, La Dance, is a Shaikh Al Badi grandaughter. This straight egyptian sire was the 1972 U.S. Reserve National Champion Futurity Colt. As a son of *Morafic, he has continued a dynasty of producing stallions who win national titles generation after generation. Shaikh al Badi's impressive record still stands as the leading Egyptian sire of all time. At that time Shaik Al Badi's service fee was $5,000.

Shaikh Al Badi (*Morafic x *Bint Maisa El Saghira++), sire of 12 national winners, has six sons and two daughters who have also produced national winners. His son, Ruminaja Ali (Shaikh al Badi x *Bint Maisa El Saghira++) was the 1979 U.S.National Champion Futurity Colt and the 1983 U.S. Reserve National Champion Stallion and continues to sire national champions. Another significant son, Ramses Amir, sired Canadian Top Ten Hunter winner WC Amaretto in 1988.
Ruminaja Ali