As it happens that the owner of the equine – Saqab – is truly a tough nut to crack as the Bollywood acting professional is not the one person, who got rejected.
Who says that the Bhaijaan of Bollywood will not face rejection? Salman Khan’s offer of an impressive Rs 2 crore for a rare-breed horse has been declined by the owner. As it happens that the owner of the equine – Saqab – is actually a challenging nut to split as the Bollywood acting professional is not the only person, who acquired rejected.
A year ago, Punjab’s Badal family got offered Rs 1.11 crore to buy Saqab, but received a poor response. The real reason for Saqab’s level of popularity is the fact that he is, as mentioned before, one of its kind in the united states and has its match only in two horses on the planet – one in america and other in Canada.
Saqab can walk with a velocity of 43kmph in clean Ravel walk and will keep the same position throughout such that it doesn’t disturb the rider. That is something unusual in the history of horses. Owner Siraj Pathan bought this horses when it was five-year-old paying Rs 14.5 lac in Rajasthan’s Palotara Fair.
Pathan is the 3rd buyer of the horse. Originally known as Tufan, and then as Pavan, it is currently named Saqab – “horse that was ridden by Prophet Muhammad”.
Originally a Sindhi breed, Saqab’s mother was of Pakistani-Sindhi breed, whereas its father was from Rajasthani-Sutharwali breed. They have won 19 in a straight line races which is yet to reduce. However, it hasn’t run in competitive races on the contest course.