Further Progeny

Further offspring of ATAMEKAN, KYZYL DOUBLE or QUITS and XANADU

MIDOAK MAGIC ICON

Palomino gelding, 15.1 hh, by Atamekan out of Shulay Silver Fascination (part-bred Arab) by Shulay Faberge

Bred by leading palomino breeder David Webb of Midoak Stud, Monty was sold to Beth Dee as a two-year-old. In his first ridden season he won and was placed a number of times, including winning three classes at the British Palomino Society National Championships, and standing Reserve Equilibra Ridden Palomino of the Year 2012 – 13. He won the Team Teke Performance Points Competition in 2013.

RUDI

Chestnut gelding, 15.1 hh, by Atamekan out of Scarlett o’Hara (TB x New Forest)

Bred by Susi Sadler out of her international endurance mare Scarlett o’Hara. Rudi upgraded from Novice to Advanced Endurance in a single season, coming third in his first race ride – 80 km at The College. He won the Team Teke performance Points Competition in 2012.

RUDI COMPLETED THE INAUGURAL CAIRNGORM100 RIDE in making him and Susi one of only 5 horse/rider combinations to hold the Cairngorm Buckle at the time. In addition he won the award for BEST CONDITION.

Susi competed in the second MONGOL DERBY in 2009. Her account of the race can be read in Team Teke Talk Issue 3 (Part 3)

LINHAY LALE

bay mare, 15 hh, by Atamekan out of Gerrie (TB xWelsh)

Bred by Jenny Barnes. An enormously versatile mare, Lale has won showjumping and been placed in dressage. She leads guided rides over the Malvern Hills and further afield; hunts with the local bloodhound pack; and has several times been ridden across Wales from Knighton to the coast.

ABERGWAUN FIRECRACKER

Ch. mare 15.3 hh by Atamekan out of Abergwaun Welsh Witch (TB x ID)

Bred by Mrs. Noreen Vaughan (Abergwaun Stud). Winner and placed in-hand showing. Sadly, Cracker was injured  before reaching maturity. She has bred one foal, Abergwaun Maybe

PEMBRIDGE SAMARKAND

bay mare, 16hh, by Atamekan out of Pembridge Selena (TB), by Stunner Rascal

bred by Pembridge Performance Horses

Sammy hunts, competes cross-country and has been point-to-pointing