Miguela and Maazina / Verity Smith photo
Cherox Miguela
Chipala Miguar - Cherox Marquesa
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Grey mare
26 December 1986

Cherox Miguela (Mig) was acquired as a yearling in 1987 and was the first purebred Arabian acquired by Syrah. Even at that young age, Mig's outstanding movement was apparent, and this, coupled with her prettiness and correct conformation led to her purchase. She was never properly halter trained but still achieved A Class placings and was a consistent award winner in AA classic trot classes. Interestingly, her pedigree which is half Egyptian, quarter Spanish and quarter English, is packed with horses renowned for movement from each of those bloodlines and it is a characteristic she invariably passes on.

Her true forte is as a broodmare, particularly with Sarezin. Their sons Madaan and Mazhar are both Australian National Top Tens. Maazina was an A Class reserve Champion and a Nationals Top 5 in the two shows she attended with her amateur owner before injury halted her career. Miraak was an A Class Champion at his first show.

Misaka 1993 Grey filly by Malmsbury Saki
Syrah Marrakech 1995 Grey gelding by Malmsbury Saki
Madaan 1997 Grey colt by Sarezin
Maazina 1998 Grey filly by Sarezin
Mazhar 2000 Grey gelding by Sarezin
Miraak 2001 Grey gelding by Sarezin
Mashaal (dec.) 2002 Grey gelding by Sarezin
Messalena 2004 Grey filly by Sarezin
Mahsati 2006 Grey filly by Sarezin
Mahina 2008 Grey filly by Antaarez


Miguela's pedigree

Photos of Miguela and her progeny

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