Sep 23 2016

The Arabian horse and the Arab thoroughbred (PSA), high pure line mainly by Bedouins, form a chevalinede saddle breed from the Middle East. With its very distinctive head and pointed tail carriage, the Arabian is one of the most recognizable breeds. It is often cited as the “most beautiful horse in the world.” It is also one of the oldest breeds that, archaeological excavations have shown that Caspian horses, very close physically Arabic, lived in Mesopotamia since ancient times. In history, Arabian horses have left their native Middle East to spread to other regions during wars or trade. They are used to make crossing of speed, endurance, elegance and strong bones to other horse breeds. There are now Arab in most modern farms saddle horses.