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The Galloping Arabian Horse

The Galloping Arabian Horse - horses, brown horses, animals, arabians, baby horses
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Arabian Stats
Country of Origin: Arabia

Use today: Arabians are famed for their stamina, and although they can be found in many disciplines, they rule the long-distance sport of endurance.

Color: Arabians can be found in the following colors: chestnuts, bay, gray, black and roan.

Height: 14 to 15.3 hands

Arabian Profile

Profile: Theorized to be the oldest breed in the world, Arabians were constant companions of the first documented breeders of the Arabian horse, the Bedouin people--nomadic tribesmen of Arabia who relied on the horse for survival. High religious significance in addition to harsh climates often led the nomads to share food, water and sometimes even their tents with their horses. For many of these reasons, the Arabian horse thrived in near isolation and are known for their sociable personalities. As religious wars erupted, the Arabian horse made its way into Europe and other parts of the world. European crusaders crossed the lighter Arabian Horse with their heavier breeds, influencing nearly every modern breed today. In 1725, Nathan Harrison of Virginia was the first of many to import the Arabian horse to North America. In 1908, a national registry was recognized for the Arabian Horse. Today, more Arabian horses live in the United States than in all the other countries in the world combined. Arabians are famed for their stamina, and although they can be found in many disciplines, they rule the long-distance sport of endurance.

Characteristics: The Arabian horse has a distinctive dished profile. They have giant, wide-set eyes on a broad forehead, small, curved ears, and large and efficient nostrils. Arabians are also known for their arched necks and short backs. They stand 14 to 15.3 hands high and can be found in the following colors: chestnuts, bay, gray, black and roan.
wolfluv4 Uploaded by wolfluv4 on . The Galloping Arabian Horse - Desktop Nexus Animals Download free wallpapers and background images: The Galloping Arabian Horse. Desktop Nexus Animals background ID 597555. Arabian Stats
Country of Origin: Arabia

Use today: Arabians are famed for their stamina, and although they can be found in many disciplines, they rule the long-distance sport of endurance.

Color: Arabians can be found in the following colors: chestnuts, bay, gray, black and roan.

Height: 14 to 15.3 hands

Arabian Profile

Profile: Theorized to be the oldest breed in the world, Arabians were constant companions of the first documented breeders of the Arabian horse, the Bedouin people--nomadic tribesmen of Arabia who relied on the horse for survival. High religious significance in addition to harsh climates often led the nomads to share food, water and sometimes even their tents with their horses. For many of these reasons, the Arabian horse thrived in near isolation and are known for their sociable personalities. As religious wars erupted, the Arabian horse made its way into Europe and other parts of the world. European crusaders crossed the lighter Arabian Horse with their heavier breeds, influencing nearly every modern breed today. In 1725, Nathan Harrison of Virginia was the first of many to import the Arabian horse to North America. In 1908, a national registry was recognized for the Arabian Horse. Today, more Arabian horses live in the United States than in all the other countries in the world combined. Arabians are famed for their stamina, and although they can be found in many disciplines, they rule the long-distance sport of endurance.

Characteristics: The Arabian horse has a distinctive dished profile. They have giant, wide-set eyes on a broad forehead, small, curved ears, and large and efficient nostrils. Arabians are also known for their arched necks and short backs. They stand 14 to 15.3 hands high and can be found in the following colors: chestnuts, bay, gray, black and roan.
Rating: 4.2

Wallpaper Comments (2)

leo19
Posted by leo19 on 02/22/11 at 04:38 PM
Beautiful horse. And thank you for all of the info. Great job ;)
wolfluv4
Posted by wolfluv4 on 02/21/11 at 04:11 PM
I love this picture, i uploaded, please comment!!! :)
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Total Downloads: 235
Times Favorited: 2
Uploaded By: wolfluv4
Date Uploaded: February 21, 2011
Filename: nning-arabian-horse.jpg
Original Resolution: 1024x768
File Size: 226.67KB
Category: Horses

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