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2016 US Nationals Marajj - US National Champion Stallion Seef Al Shahania - US Top Ten Yearling Colt GC Marais - US Top Ten Mare Mozn Al Bidayer - US National Champion Filly Rehan Al Shahania - US Reserve National Champion Colt
2017 Region 9 Championships Kamil AL Cape – Unanimous Region 9 Champion Stallion Makayah – Unanimous Champion Mare Owned by Orrion Farms LLC Bred by Michael Byatt Arabians Bakaari – Region 9 Reserve Champion Yearling Colt – SMA Magic One x Baandora Bred and owned by Michael Byatt Arabians Um Graiba
Region 14 - 2017 Jeweliette Albidayer  Marwan Al Shaqab x OFW Jewelee  – Unanimous Region 14 Champion 2 yr old filly. Bred by Michael Byatt Arabians – Owned by Albidayer Stud   Exotic One GKF – SMA Magic One x Majaraani – Unanimous Region 14 Champion Filly. Bred by Michael Byatt Arabians
Michael Byatt Arabians Breeders Bonus This announcement relates to anyone purchasing a breeding through MBA to any stallion that stands at Michael Byatt Arabians in 2017!!!! Announcing the MICHAEL BYATT ARABIANS BREEDERS BONUS! Any foal resulting from a breeding purchased through Michael Byatt Arabians
Golden Times in Las Vegas   In one of the most competitive shows on our annual circuit the Las Vegas World Cup brings together an international panel of horses, judges, and exhibitors.   Our headliner stallion at this years show was the Qatari superstar, Fadi Al Shaqab.  A previous World Champion
Hariry AL Shaqab Takes the Golden Award in Scottsdale! See his incredible performance that has attracted over 126,000 views!!!! Watch for yourself: https://www.facebook.com/ scottsdalearabian/videos/vb. 126672964016081/ 1659569850726377/?type=2& theater  
Golden Times in Magical Morocco Teaming up with the Al Shaqab team at the El Jadida show in Morocco made for a great start to the Fall show season abroad. The always enchanting Venetzia returned to the ring after a few year hiatus and claimed the Gold Championship in the mare division.   In addition,
Namibia I felt as though I had stepped back in my life 40 years.   There was organized chaos. Little structure. But everything was working. The timetable was on point; the gate was opened, horses came through.   I judged the class,   ribbons were awarded, the next one came in.