SELKET PROMISE KEPT -- DAM OF A NATIONAL CHAMPION, GRAND-DAM OF A NATIONAL CHAMPION 2 YEAR OLD COLT, FULL-SISTER OF THE GRAND-DAM OF INTERNATIONAL SENSATION FA EL SHAWAN -- AND ONE OF THE YOUNGEST DAUGHTERS OF FURNO KHAMAL.
We are pleased and excited to offer Selket Promise Kept -- dam of Brazil's unanimous National Champion Stallion, Matisse FM -- for sale to a serious buyer, or group of buyers.
Promise Kept is the female link between the international sensation FA El Shawan and Matisse FM ... BOTH stallions trace to daughters of Furno Khamal that were FULL SISTERS.
We believe in this mare so much that we are retaining ownership of the Selket Louchiano foal she is carrying and two eggs.
As always, we offer financing to the right buyer.
Agent: Da Rocha Leao Reinaldo
Partnership ColtPlease allow me to introduce a colt with some real show potential. This fellow’s name is Selket Rulahd (pronounced Roo-LAHD) and he is, in my opinion, a colt made for the show ring. (Here he is, screaming for his mother— and, no, I'm not choking him).
There is still one more thing, which, I believe, sets this colt apart from the crowd: If you look at his profile, you will see a pronounced forehead (or “jibbah” as we in the breed call it). This is a characteristic which many people believe is being lost in the breed and which has not often been seen in the show ring during the past few years.
Selket Rulahd has the potential to be a valuable and successful show horse. Now, let me explain why he is even more valuable as a breeding stallion.
Rulahd was specially bred to intensify the blood of the internationally-winning stallion that really made the difference for this farm. I am speaking about Furno Khamal. Khamal’s story is almost legendary in the Arabian breed and all of the best Selket horses are related to him. In the case of Rulahd, we produced a colt that is doubled-up on Khamal and the plan worked!
Rulahd’s dam is one of Khamal’s daughters. His sire is one of Khamal’s few remaining sons, out of a mare that was sired by “Aswan” (gifted by the Egyptian government to Russia after building the Aswan dam).
This is Arabian horse blood of the highest level, concentrated for good breeding value. And it is right here in a young colt that was made for the show ring.
To make it possible for this colt to go all the way to the top, we have agreed to sell co-ownerships of him, under the management of Selket Arabians and our accounting firm, Sandy Adams Accounting, in Pennsylvania. Co-owners have breeding rights to Selket Rulahd based on the number of co-ownership certificates they purchase.
Each co-ownership certificate in Selket Rulahd is worth $2,500 and entitles the owner of the certificate to one breeding a year (with a repeat breeding if it the breeding doesn't result in a live foal). This means, for the price of $2,500, a co-owner is entitled to breed one mare a year to Selket Rulahd. The breeding is transferable, meaning the mare doesn’t have to belong to you. It also means you can sell the breeding for that year to someone else (if the mare is approved by Selket Arabians). Co-ownership certificates, themselves, however, may not be sold without approval.
We can finance the partnerships at an accounting fee of 10% and we can accept checks, credit cards or PayPal.
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