This gentle black Straight Egyptian,
Al Khamsa stallion was bred by
distinguished Straight Egyptian Breeders
John and Marianne Hacklander of Hadaya Arabians.
Balthazaar is one of 3 remaining Dhar Faa Halim
Straight Egyptian, Al Khamsa sons
in production today and the only one standing at stud in
Through his sire he carries the rare and valuable tail
male line of
Jamil El Kebir (APK) Egypt (1)
Foaled in 1870, a Chestnut stallion of the
Saqlawi-Jidran strain from Arabia,
imported in 1880 to Egypt. As noted in the Al
Khamsa Arabians II, he is also
referred to as Gamil El Kebir / Jamil El Ashkar El Kebir.
According to Judith Forbis "The Classic Arabian
Horse" Pages 195 - 196
"Jamil El Kebir was from Ibn Subayni of the
Mhayd-Fid'an and was
imported to Egypt for Prince Ahmed Pasha Kemal."
Balthazaar possesses a wonderful disposition, solid clean legs and
overall balanced conformation. Pure in strain Dahman Shahwan to the first
he also carries 5 crosses to Black in the first 3 generations.
The only son of DHAR Faa Halim standing in Michigan. As stated in the
August 1999 Arabian Horse Times, DHAR Faa Halim was
7th on the list of Leading Black Sires.
Nakhda Balthazaar's pedigree is a treasure and a blend of
"Old" and "New" Straight Egyptian bloodlines.
He is 52% Babson Bred. Sire of 27 registered progeny as of September
Nakhda Balthazaar is also registered with the PtHA.
SE AK and Arabians for sale at all
Balthazaar progeny available for purchase.