Eager to please, sociable, trainable, responsive, intelligent, friendly, easily bored
Height: 1.4 – 1.6 m or 145 - 160 cm (Large Adult, At the withers)
Weight : 450 kg (Male Adult)
Markings & Colors
The recognized colors of Arabians by World Arabian Horse Association (WAHA) include: bay, gray, chestnut, black, and roan, but Arabians have all sort of white facial markings and white socks or stockings on their legs. Some bloodlines are known for their specific color or markings, like the high white socks and white faces of the Crabbet bloodlines.
Arabians are never dun, cremello, palomino, and buckskin because purebreds don't carry dilutions genes. Sabino, a type of white pattern on the skin and in the hair is the only spotted pattern now carried in pure Arabian lines.
The skin of the Arabian horse is black, except for under white markings. The dark pigmentation protected the horses against the harsh desert sun
Horse Reproduction Facts
Horse Feed Requirements