FA ALI BEY
When a spectacular black colt was born to Fantasia Arabians, Marilyn Lang began a quest for the perfect name. Marilyn was inspired by the words of Ali Bey (later known as Ali Pasha Sherif): "If I had only one strain to choose from in maintaining my stud, I would choose El Dahma”. Thus, the colt, who was double El Dahma in strain, was named “FA ALI BEY”, in honor of this historic protector of the Egyptian Arabian horse. Born of two black parents (Justynn and FA Angelita Rose), FA Ali Bey exudes the beauty and nobility referred to by Lady Anne Blunt as “The Ali Pasha Sherif Stamp”.