With a distinctive head shape and high tail carriage
, it is one of the most easily recognisable horse breeds in the world.
The Arabian horse was developed through selective breeding, creating the distinctive head profile (the 'dished' nose) and dashingly high tail carriage
. Based in Saudi Arabia, Lady Anne Blunt (1837-1917) helped to protect the purity of the Arabian breed and began to import them into the UK.
With a distinctive head and high tail carriage
, the Arabian horse is one of the most easily recognizable breeds in the world.
Despite an odd tail carriage
, Theology hacked up last time at Goodwood in a decent time against ordinary rivals.
With a unique head shape and high tail carriage
, the Arabian has the features that make it one of the most effortlessly recognised breeds in the world.