Specialists in the field of horse breeding: had it not been for “Sayed Merhi”, the Zahraa station would have disappeared. He established records for the origins of horses in Egypt … and succeeded in marketing the horses abroad …
“His name was engraved in letters of light in the horse world, not only as a breeder, but as a savior of the Egyptian horse and a supporter of its rise and spread. This is how the late Sayed Mari described, who was a major reason for preserving Egyptian horses after the July Revolution, especially in light of the government’s“ then ”trend to dispense with horses, And the replacement of the Zahraa station with a livestock or poultry farm, in application of a purely economic thought.
“Mari” managed the horse system in Egypt with an innovative economic idea that achieves what the state wants, while preserving the horse, as he succeeded in persuading the late President Gamal Abdel Nasser to preserve that heritage, and for the horse to be a national wealth for Egypt. That area.
And the Egyptian President “Gamal Abdel Nasser” issued Republican Decree No. 180 of the year 19 to transfer the committee for improving horse production of the government “with the executive authority”, from the Veterinary Medicine Authority to the Egyptian Agricultural Authority. Records of the origins of horses were inaugurated in Egypt, as Dr. Sayed Maree began marketing Egyptian horses abroad well, and Egypt witnessed a global launch for horses.
Interested and specialists in the field of horses confirm that had it not been for the master of the pasture, the Zahraa station would have disappeared, and that Mari was the owner of a very distinguished production, and he inherited the hobby from his father, Ahmed Merhi, and his personality was drawn on his old horses, so he was the owner of his future outlook for young horses.