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  Colour: bay | born 2004
  Sire line: Saklawi I 1886, hod. Anazeh Ruala | Dam line: Rodania ~1869,hod. Anazeh Ruala
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  1. World Champion & champion on 3 continents.
2. Sire of champions in 20 countries. Let Poland celebrate his 21st!
3. Marajj is considered one of Marwan's most successful sons.
  Marajj is siring foals of exceptional quality and stamping them with his own unique traits: incredibly long and well-set neck, beautiful head and short, compact body. His offspring, from a variety of bloodlines, win Championship titles at international shows throughout the world. He is quickly becoming one of the most successful sires in the Middle East. In his first foal crop were such stars as Scottsdale and World Reserve Junior Champion Maharaja HDM and Salwa Al Zobair (daughter of the Polish Esklawa by Eukaliptus) who has been many times Champion in the shows in the Middle East. Another foal with Polish blood, Marjan Albidayer (out of Pustynna Droga) won several champion titles throughout Europe, including German National Champion as both a colt and as a senior stallion. My Fair Rose D, Kalif OS, Avalon Miss Kalliste, Marayah OS, Maharani HDM, Nastya OS, ASE Marajo, Miss Dior are just a few of the offspring to have won championships throughout Europe. Marajj son Nashmi Al Hawajer (x Maniba Bint Ibn Narav/Ibn Narav), br./o. by Al Hawajer Stud (UAE), is World Bronze Champion Yearling Colt 2013.

At the beginning of 2015, at the Ajman Arabian Horse Show, Marajj daughter D Safana (out of FT Shaella by Shael Dream Desert) became Silver Champion Yearling Filly, and Al Aryam Hamra (out of Al Aryam Hanna) Bronze. World Championships 2015 in Paris brought huge success to Marajj as a sire. Salwa Al Zobair (out of the Polish Esklawa) was named World Gold Senior Mare and D Shahla (out of FT Shaella) got the title of World Gold Junior Champion Filly. Nashmi Al Hawajer (out of Maniba Bint Ibn Narav) won another title in his career - World Top Ten Junior Colt. In 2016 in Scottsdale and Las Vegas very successful was the colt Rajj Albidayer (out of Loredonna Z/Odyssey SC), winning the Gold Champion titles.

The 2017 show season saw the success of the Marajj 2016 daughter Lulu Marajj (out of Silhouette FF/Shael Dream Desert) who won (among others) the title of (unanimous) U.S. National Champion Breeders Sweepstakes Yearling Filly and ABWC Las Vegas Top Ten Supreme Champion Yearling Filly.

There has already been an extremely high percentage of champions between Marajj offspring, thus proclaiming his excellence as a sire. Marajj daughters often are also excellent broodmares. We could see a prove of that for example at the 2017 EAHS Breeders Championship, where Marwa Albidayer (S.M.A. Magic One - Murooj Albidayer by Marajj) was named Silver Junior Champion Filly and at the 2018 Ajman Show where Masroor Albidayer (AJ Dinar - Mayasah Albidayer/Marajj) got the bronze.

Marajj himself reminded that he is a perfect show horse at the US National Championships 2016 where he got the title of Gold Senior Champion Stallion, besting, among others, the Polish Equator representing the Al Jassimya Farm from Qatar.
Marwan Al Shaqab
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Gazal Al Shaqab
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  Show career:
US National Gold Senior Champion Stallion, Tulsa 2016
Scottsdale Junior Champion Colt
Ajman Junior Champion Colt
Qatar Junior Champion Colt
World Junior Champion Colt
Ajman Gold Champion Stallion
Sharjah Silver Champion Stallion
Dubai Silver Champion Stallion
Silver Champion Stallion
World Bronze Champion Stallion
  Breeder: Markelle Arabians, USA
  Owner: Sheikh Mohammed bin Saud Al Qasimi
  Stud: Albidayer Stud. In Poland represented by
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Sharjah, UAE
  phone: Poland: +48 502033609, UAE: +971-50-626-7309
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