Al Adeed Al Shaqab (QA)
grey 1995
Al Shaqab Stud
Ansata Halim Shah (US)
grey 1980
Judith & Donald L. Forbis
Ansata Ibn Halima (EG) Nazeer (EG)
Halima (EG)
Ansata Rosetta (US) Ansata Shah Zaman (US)
Ansata Bint Bukra (EG)

Sundar Alisayyah (US)
grey 1987
V. & M. Saluti

Ruminaja Ali (US) Shaikh Al Badi (US)
Bint Magidaa (US)
Imperial Sayyah (US) Kayed (EG)
Malekat El Gamal (EG)
bay 1998
Janów Podlaski Stud
grey 1974
Janów Podlaski Stud
Bandos Negatiw (SU)
Eunice Comet
grey 1984
Janów Podlaski Stud
Probat (SE) Pohaniec
Borexia (SE)
Pilarka Palas (SU)


General information

Breeder and owner: Janów Podlaski Stud

chestnut sire, born 2008
measurements: 153-173-19 cm

Sire line: Saklawi I 1886, Anazeh Ruala (B)
Dam line: Szamrajówka ~1810 Biała Cerkiew (PL)

Racing record



   Paladid is the only son in Polish breeding of the stallion Al Adeed Al Shaqab – representative of the valued Saklavi I sire line – grandson of the famous Ansata Ibn Halima.

   Al Adeed is not only full of beauty, but also has a good and gentle nature. He passes on his phenotypic traits to his get: dryness and the type preferred at shows. In Janów Podlaski Al Adeed Al Shaqab gave the splendid Pilarosa, Polish National Senior Bronze Champion Mare, twice Polish National Top Five Mare, twice European Senior Top Five Mare and an InterCup Bronze Champion Mare from Prague.

   Paladid's dam, the late Pianosa, is a representative of Janów Podlaski's most valuable dam line of Szamrajówka, which has produced the most champions for the stud. Pianosa is a daughter of Eukaliptus and granddaughter of Pilarka.

   Paladid lost his dam several days after birth. As a foal he suffered an injury upon returning from teh pastures. The injury completely excluded him from shows, that's why he is not know to a wider group of breeders. He is a robust horse, dry, with a short and dished head, small, nicely carved ears and pretty eye.

   Paladid began his breeding career in 2015.