Origin, Characteristics, Types and Prices
"Recognized as one of the oldest and most influential of all horse breeds, most modern horses alive today have an Arabian ancestor somewhere in their DNA."
"The exact origins of the Arabian horse are still shrouded in mystery. Named for the Arabian peninsula in the Middle East, the Arabian horse was refined by the migratory Bedouin people"
"As Islam spread, Arabians were used in the fulfillment of the jihad, and these horses were woven into the fabric of the culture."
"Arabian blood is almost always used to refine other breeds, and there are some recognized crossbreeds with their own registries"
"The purebred Arabian Horse is striking. An Arabian's most identifiable characteristics are its finely chiseled head, dished face, long arching neck and high tail carriage."