Top 5 Stallions of 2005, 2008 Las Vegas Arabian Breeders World Cup
Scapa, a 75% outcross straight Egyptian Arabian stallion, was a star as soon as he was born. He is both extremely athletic and unbelievably beautiful…and he passes these traits on to his foals. Stunning. Attention-grabbing. Astonishing. These are a few of the adjectives used to describe this magnificent straight Egyptian Arabian stallion.
At liberty, his trot is so extended you can’t help but picture him competing with warmbloods in dressage. Turn him loose in a big pasture, and his speed is breathtaking—he looks like he belongs on the racetrack. Add to this athleticism an incredibly sculpted face, sleek, muscled, high-set neck, and a smooth body, and you’ve got a package that’s very impressive.
Though he is extraordinarily tall at the withers, perhaps his most impressive feature is his scope. He is so upright, with so much arch in his neck, he literally looks “down” on everything and everyone!
The Pyramid Society Futurity
The Pyramid Society Egyptian Breeders Challenge & Golden Scarab
AHA Breeders Sweepstakes
AHA Region 12 Spotlight Futurity Nominated Sire
Scottsdale Signature Stallion
Scapa’s pedigree displays a diverse mix of European and American bloodlines. In 5 generations not a single horse appears more than once so he can be used on virtually any mare!
Through his sire, Mishaal HP, a German stallion certified Platinum by that nation’s stallion test (the highest award given), Scapa is a grandson of Reserve World Champion Stallion Ansata Sinan and he includes in the sire side of his pedigree the likes of Prince Fa Moniet, TheEgyptianPrince, Ansata Halim Shah, and Mesoudah M, Imperial Madheen’s full sister.
Through his mother, Scapa carries the blood of Bint Magidaa, Thee Desperado, The Minstril, Ruminaja Ali, Moniet El Nafis, Ansata Imperial and Imperial Imdal. A 75% outcross pedigree to our The Minstril-bred mares, Scapa offers the opportunity for new blood while still keeping our priorities as a breeding program—producing undeniably beautiful Arabian foals who can win in the show ring and in the breeding barn.