Mohamad Mogheeth Alshehab was born in 1986 in Homs, Syria.
He started riding at the age of 8 and earned soon his first placements in national jumping classes in Syria. After one year of riding experience, Mogheeth won the Syrian children cup. His talent was quite soon shown and so he was enabled with 13 years to start in international show-jumping classes for children and later for young riders. For the syrian children team Mogheeth started in several countries, such as Qatar, Egypt, Austria, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Libanon and Turkey and was placed well with many good results.
After his graduation from high school, Mogheeth studied in Latakia at the Institute of veterinarian medicine.
After his graduation, at the age of 22, Mogheeth moved to Damascus, to the base of the Syrian national team, and became a member of the team. In this time, he worked also as a trainer for young talented riders and made the FEI trainer license level 2.
Since 2012, Mogheeth is settled down in Herrenberg, in the South-West of Germany, close to Stuttgart. The first 3 years he worked in several renowned stables, such as Sven Schlüsselburg or Kurt Maier. Thanks to these opportunities, Mogheeth collected a lot of experiences and got numerous placements and winnings in national German horse shows.
At the beginning of 2015 Mogheeth dared the big step into the self-employment with his own business for selling horses and riding. Alshehab Sporthorses was born!
In 2017 he got awarded the “golden riding award" by the German riding federation for his success.
Privately Mogheeth is married to Lydia Buchter-Alshehab and they have two children, Mira and Adam.
Accounting and marketing.
Lydia studied equine science and management in Vienna and has additionally a trainer license of the German federation level 2, focus on dressage (Trainer B, Leisstungssport Dressur der FN). Also she has a license to inseminate horses.
From 2010 to 2011, Lydia worked in Homs/Syria and got to know Mogheeth.
For Alshehab Sporthorses, Lydia is responsible for all the paper work, the internet and for the administrative part of the sale of the horses and riding clinics.