pure Crabbet colt, from maiden mare Azarina
and Gadebrook's young Reserve Futurity Endurance champion
Hadiya, represents the fourth generation
of Gadebrook breeding.
His name derives partly
from his sire and dam, but also from his grand-dam Pevensey
Zariffia and her dam Za'aria - a proud tradition of
Crabbet Arabians bred in Australia and now flourishing back
in Britain at Gadebrook.
Hazar was born on May Day 2020, three weeks
overdue! With his very long legs, he will probably equal
the height of his sire and dam, both 15.2hh. He was born
bay but is going grey. We are thrilled that he gained Gold
in the endurance section of the national Youngstock Futurity
Evaluations in August, with excellent marks for movement
and conformation. The result earned him 5th position overall
and 3rd in the Endurance Foal section.
for a clip from the video sent to the Futurity evaluators.
Because of Covid-19, horses could not attend venues in the
flesh in 2020. Thanks to Caroline Hawes for filming and
editing the videos.
He is the friendliest soul, eager to please,
happy to lead and a joy to watch racing round the field.
He is destined for a future in endurance,
which should suit his easy-going temperament and athletic
heritage. His grand-sire is Binley
Prince Salim, a champion in British Dressage, in Endurance
GB and the Overall Champion in the Arab Horse Society's
Performance Horse Awards in 2013, winning the Dinsdale Trophy.