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Anaza Bay Shahh (1986 – 2016)

Anaza Bay Shahh (1986 - 2016)

The beautiful stallion Anaza Bay Shahh (Shaikh Al Badi x Bint Deenaa by Ansata Ibn Halima) has passed away at his home in Simeon Stud, Australia. Foaled in 1986, this magnificent stallion was a favourite of many visitors to the farm, myself included. The last of an old, classic style, Anaza Bay Shahh leaves behind many beautiful daughters at Simeon to continue his legacy, as well as get and grandget around the world.

Run free, Anaza Bay Shah. 

Photograph courtesy of Stuart Vesty


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