2010 U.S. National Champion Sr. Stallion
El Nabila B is a masterpiece of breeding from Hungary’s Babolna Stud, known for its superb straight Egyptian horses who are noted for their great reﬁ nement, overall elegance, and extravagant movement. With a stroke of genius, Tamas Rombauer, the Director of Babolna, decided to outcross some of the straight Egyptian Babolna mares with the supreme Russian stallion Kubinec, although Egyptian outcrosses are usually done through Egyptian stallions. This nick resulted in 1997 Wels (Austria) Junior Champion Colt Malik B, and *El Nabila B, a champion in Europe, South America, and North America. His European titles include two regional championships in Germany in 2000 as well as second in his age class at the Nations Cup and European Championships. In 2001, he was named the Kreuth International Reserve Champion Stallion and won a gold medal at the German Stallion Licensing Show. He was then exported to Brazil, where
he was named the 2004 Brazilian National Champion Stallion. After coming to the U.S. in 2006 as an aged stallion, *El Nabila B has been named 2006 Region 1 Champion Stallion, 2007 Scottsdale Top Ten, and Las Vegas World Cup First Place Senior Stallion Twelve Years Old and Older.
El Nabila B sired winners in all the countries in which he has stood at stud. His German-born daughter Camar Gaziyah won the Junior Championship at the Ströhen Show in 2004. His Brazilian-born daughter Llaya has been a Middle East and Dubai International Top Five Filly with multiple class wins or second places at signiﬁ cant shows in the Middle East. Other outstanding *El Nabila B get born in Brazil include Brazilian National Champion Junior Junior Colt TM Elbila; Uruguay National Champion Young Stallion Fynt Serondella; Brazilian National Champion Junior Filly *Sashaa LHT (who won her class at Scottsdale after importation to the U.S.); Brazilian National Champion Western Pleasure Junior
Horse *HSE Noelani (also a western pleasure junior horse champion in America); and Farenheit GAT, who has multiple halter wins in Brazil and a second place in his class at the Egyptian International Show. *El Nabila B’s American offspring were ﬁ rst eligible to show in 2008, and include the regional halter winner Aria Delphine and multi-regional halter winner Nabilas Fantasy.
*El Nabila B’s sire, the Russian-born Kubinec, won the “triple crown” of European show competition for Arabians by being named Nations Cup Champion *Stallion, European Champion Stallion, and World Champion Stallion at the Salon du Cheval in Paris. Through 2008, he has sired over 25 national or international champions, among them Koronec (Nations Cup, European and World Junior Champion Colt, and Middle East Reserve Champion Stallion) and *FS Bengali (Nations Cup and World Reserve Junior Champion Colt and U.S. National Champion Stallion and sire of national champions in Europe and America). *El Nabila B is one of only two Kubinec sons in North America (the other is Canadian Top Ten Futurity Colt Spago WA).
Kubinec’s sire, Balaton, is a European Champion and Dutch National Champion Stallion. He was named “the Horse of the Century” by Tersk State Stud Director Alexander Ponomarev, and he lived up to the promise of that designation
with his many champion get. He is also the sire of the extraordinary racehorse Sambist, who won all ﬁ ve of Russia’s classic races and went on to win 13 major races in Europe and the Middle East. He retired to stud in England, where he was named the UK’s Racehorse Sire of the Year ﬁ ve times. Kubinec’s