A unique experience: the stud farm

Selman Marrakech is unlike any other luxury hotel. The Arabian thoroughbreds that it houses make it a hotel that is unique in Morocco. During the visit of this stud farm in Marrakech, you can admire the private bred and privately-owned horses that have won numerous prizes in international competitions.

Haras at Selman Marrakech
Haras at Selman Marrakech

The history of Arabian thoroughbreds in Morocco

Originally from Saudi Arabia, Arabian thoroughbreds were introduced to Morocco in the 7th century. It is one of the most distinguished horse breeds, characterised by its singular and majestic physique. They are particularly appreciated in Morocco.

A unique private breeding in Selman Marrakech

The private breeding in Selman Marrakech is unique. Many of the horses involved have won very prestigious beauty prizes. The family Bennani Smires is driven by a real passion for this breed of horse. They are also breeding under the name of Selman Arabians, which has been voted, since 2014, as the best breeding of Arabian thoroughbreds in the Kingdom of Morocco.

Haras at Selman Marrakech
Haras at Selman Marrakech
Haras at Selman Marrakech
Haras at Selman Marrakech

Visit the stables

During your stay in our luxury hotel, the visit of the magnificent stables designed by Jacques Garcia will delight you. Our grooms will be able to show you the most beautiful specimens of the privately bred horses. You will also see the careful decoration and the Andalusian architecture of the building which accentuate the prestige of the surroundings.

Equestrian Experiences

Selman Marrakesh is partnering with the School of Equestrian Arts of Marrakech and its association "Cheval Libre" to propose dressage activities, liberty experiences, but also equestrian shows, all within the hotel gardens. During their stay, guests will also have the opportunity to watch young artists train, as the hotel gives free access to the school to come train young talents, eager to devote themselves to their passion around horses and Equestrian art.

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Equestrian Arts School of Marrakech and Cheval Libre Association

The Moroccan Association of Equestrian Art "Cheval Libre" was conceived in the aim of promoting artists both at national and international level. In partnership with the Royal Society of Horse Encouragement (SOREC), the association is involved in the management of the educational and functional structure of the School of Equestrian Arts in Marrakech, as well as the "Equestrian Shows".

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