Maghribia, a strong-bodied bay with beautiful dark eyes and finely sculpted nostrils, was bred in Morocco, as her name implies. However her pedigree is a concentration of bloodlines from the famous breeding program of Imperial Egyptian Stud of the U.S. Her sire, the elegant ebony-black Imperial Mashhar, was exported to Morocco where he was a favored stallion at the stables of the late King Hassan II. An Imperial Madheen son, Imperial Mashhar traces in tail female to the wonderful Dahmah Shahwaniyah mare Deena through her elegant chestnut daughter Imperial Fanniya.
The dam of Maghribia, Khemisset, traces in tail female to the infamous Moniet el Nefous, a mare whose grace and extreme elegance typifies her Saqlawiyah Jidraniyah strain. Khemisset is linebred to Ansata Ibn Halima through his noteworthy sons El Hilal, Hossny, and Ansata Ibn Sudan. Maghribia’s granddam, PVA Turfah, is a daughter of World Champion Imperial Imdal and a full sister to the well-known sire PVA Kariim. She is intensely linebred to the Saqlawi strain, with ten crosses to Moniet El Nefous through her sons Morafic and Ibn Moniet el Nefous and her daughters Mabrouka, Mouna, and Bint Moniet el Nefous.
|IMPERIAL MASHHAR||IMPERIAL MADHEEN||MESSAOUD||MADKOUR|
|IMPERIAL JANAABAH||IMPERIAL IM JASIM||ANSATA IMPERIAL|
|KHEMISSET||IMPERIAL AL KAMAR||EL HILAL||ANSATA IBN HALIMA|
|PVA TURFAH||IMPERIAL IMDAL+||ANSATA IMPERIAL|