15.1/15.2hh 1,100lb, 12-15 yo Chestnut Arabian Mare to the perfect home only. Sabiya is a pure bred but unregistered Arabian mare. She has an in-your-pocket personality, and wants to please, just unfortunately I work extremely difficult hours and believe i am more suited to pursue other options in the horse world. In the years IÃ¢ve owned her she has mostly done endurance and trails, but shows a lot of potential for dressage, i am not sure she would be a good jumper however i have not tried. Ive done most of her training myself, so she is not professionally trained but she has a good heart, steady mind, and forgiving personality. She is solid w/t/c, naturally carries herself well, and is sound UTD on shots and teeth until April/May. At the barn she is known to be the 1st at the gate, adores attention, and is easy to handle on the ground. Thank you for your interest, we look forward to hopefully meeting her new partner!
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Location: Seattle, WA, United States
Daily Average Intake for Mature Horse - Maintenance, Arabian horse: 16.0 lbs of food
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The Arabian or Arab horse ( , DMG ḥiṣān ʿarabī) is a breed of horse that originated on the Arabian Peninsula. With a distinctive head shape and high tail carriage, the Arabian is one of the most easily recognizable horse breeds in the world. It is also one of the oldest breeds, with archaeological evidence of horses that resemble modern Arabians dating back 4,500 years. Throughout history, Arabian horses spread around the world by both war and trade, used to improve other breeds by adding speed, refinement, endurance, and strong bone. Today, Arabian bloodlines are found in almost every modern breed of riding horse.
The Arabian developed in a desert climate and was prized by the nomadic Bedouin people, often being brought inside the family tent for shelter and protection from theft. Selective breeding for traits including an ability to form a cooperative relationship with humans created a horse breed that is good-natured, quick to learn, and willing to please. The Arabian also developed the high spirit and alertness needed in a horse used for raiding and war. This combination of willingness and sensitivity requires modern Arabian horse owners to handle their horses with competence and respect.
The Arabian is a versatile breed. Arabians dominate the discipline of endurance riding, and compete today in many other fields of equestrian activity. They are one of the top ten most popular horse breeds in the world. They are now found worldwide, including the United States and Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, continental Europe, South America (especially Brazil), and its land of origin, the Middle East.read more on Wikipedia