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One of the Arabian breed’s most exciting stallions

Afires HeirAfires Heir has the distinction of being the only English Pleasure Arabian to win four consecutive, unanimous, U.S. National Championships in the prestigious Arabian English Pleasure Open division. Afires Heir is by the legendary stallion, Afire Bey V and out of Brassmiss. His dam’s lineage includes Brass, MHR Nobility and Wisdom, Afires Heir possesses the best attributes of his sire and dam.

Bred by Marty Shea, this standout at birth has exceeded his breeder’s expectations. He is one of the breed’s most exciting stallions in both athleticism and artistry. His long shapely neck creates an impressive vision in the bridle. His movement, impressive yet effortless, imposes awe with a strength of motion rarely seen. He is a truly great stallion that combines incomparable motion and breathtaking beauty. His indescribable charisma and likability make him a standout. 

Equally exciting, he is passing it on to his foals, many of whom have already garnered U.S. National Championship honors!

Afires Heir is a 15hh bay stallion born in July 2002. He is Sweepstakes nominated, SCID clear and EVA negative and has a 2017 stud fee of $4,000; with multi-mare discounts available.

Afires Heir is standing at Kiesner Training and is proudly owned by Bill and Shirley Reilich.

 

 

 

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2016 winners homeANNOUNCEMENT!!

2016 U.S. National Championship, Youth National Championship, Canadian National Championship recap for Afires Heir competitors:

13 Championships, 6 Reserve Championships, 54 Top Tens

Click here to view the winners!

Wall of Fame - National Champions sired by Afires Heir

  • Afires Heir's first national winner was BL Heir Supreme, a 2010 U.S. National Top Ten English Pleasure Junior Horse. It happened the same week and the same year that Afires Heir took his fourth and final U.S. National Championship.

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