Recently relocated from the Santa Ynez Valley of the central coast of California to the base of the exquisite Three Sisters Mountains in beautiful Sisters, Oregon - Jade Creek is home to a superlative collection of Arabian horses that have been meticulously and thoughtfully bred to encompass both beauty and athleticism, making them the ultimate package to experience and enjoy the Arabian horse lifestyle.
Representing the blood of *Jullyen El Jamaal, *Marwan Al Shaqab, Versace, Padrons Psyche, and Monogramm - it is no wonder that the JCA prefix continues to echo throughout the United States as a breeder of top quality Arabian horses.
A superlative blend of the world’s finest bloodstock, Pagani JCA represents a powerhouse of a pedigree backed up by a perfected phenotype. Sired by the infamous FA El Rasheem, son of the late FA El Shawan, and out of the Jade Creek queen Fellada JCA; a many time show champion; daughter of the great Jake Jamaal JCA (himself by *Jullyen El Jamaal); and out of Polish National Champion Fallada, by Monogramm. Outstanding success in the show ring, but now even more importanly, is his powess of a breeding stallion. Come for the view, come to see beautiful Arabian horses - come and see Pagani JCA and the foals sired by this genetic giant, a stallion representing the ideal Jade Creek Arabian horse.
Brandon Bey JCA is an unusual stallion because unlike many others, his physical power is matched by the strength of his genetic makeup and, from a breeder's point of view both are important. Most if not all of the stallions in Brandon Bey's pedigree are champions, national champions or producers of national champions. They were some of the most prolific and influential sires of the 20th century and include Bay Abi, Bay El Bey, Bey Shah, Fame VF, and Versace. Also included are the legendary sires *Bask, *Aladdinn, and *El Shaklan...
Jake Jamaal JCA+/ is one of the rare individuals that have succeeded in both halter and performance competition on the regional and national level. Jake began his halter career with a Region II Top Five Sweepstakes Yearling Colt award, he was also the unanimous Cal-Bred Futurity Yearling Colt and he went on to be named a U.S. National Top Ten Sweepstakes Yearling Colt. Later, he was named Region III Champion Stallion and that same year he was named Cal-Bred Futurity Champion Colt and U.S. National Reserve Champion Futurity Colt...
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