Rest In Peace, Jullyen.
August 10, 1996 - September 2, 2014
*Jullyen has exceptional breed type with a high-set neck and a soft, flexible poll. He has adequate bone and joints, with a true straight, well-carried tail. Thin skin give him a lovely soft feel to the hand. He is gentle but masculine and thinks well of himself.
While training under saddle he has proven to be non temperamental with a good attitude, willing, and flexes at the poll easily and comfortably.
Purchased in 2002 as an outcross stallion to breed to the Varian broodmares, he is Brazilian born and stands as a premier breeding stallion at Varian Arabians. *Jullyen El Jamaal has already proven himself as a highly successful sire with many of his offspring winning in today’s competitive arena. *Jullyen El Jamaal is now recognized as the top siring son of Ali Jamaal in number of National winners sired, with Arlene Magid doing the research.
I received the photos of *Julllyen El Jamaal from Stuart Vesty today. I am having one of them framed for my den. It will be the only picture of a horse among my many prints and bronzes. When people come in, I will tell them that is the way an Arabian should look.
1. Natural pose - no terrified look - not stretched.
2. Proper halter.
3. Natural coat - no wet look - no grease - no shaving - no balding.
4. Natural mane, foretop and tail - not half a mane - tail not dragging on the ground.
Best picture ever of an Arabian horse!
Click here to view Jullyen El Jamaal's Winners
Click here to view Jullyen El Jamaal Testimonials