The Arabian horse, born in the Middle East, was the Bedouins’ trusted companion in both war and peace. As pregnant mares and foals were kept in the same tents as women and children, a unique bond between the Arabian horse and humans was formed. This exceptional breed also captured the admiration of Napoleon, a renowned military leader, and eventually became a favored horse breed around the world.
Each nation developed its own line of Arabian horses based on its specific needs and climate, resulting in a wide range of variations within the breed’s standards. For instance, a pure Spanish or straight Egyptian Arabian horse looks quite different from a straight Russian or Polish Arabian horse. Even within the same strain, there are various appearances. The diversity in the Arabian horse’s DNA and appearance makes it a truly international breed, adaptable to a wide range of requirements. This richness and adaptability is precisely what makes the Arabian breed unique.
All breeds share some common physical characteristics, but the Arabian horse can be identified by its elegance and inherent grace, light and graceful movement, the carriage of its tail, the quality of its skin that displays veins – a sign of nobility. The Arabian horse is also characterized by its swan-like neck, refined head with large expressive eyes and small ears, small nose with flared nostrils that can inhale the world’s air, and natural pride and desire to display its beauty.
Whether you are with family or on your own, an Arabian horse can provide daily enjoyment. These horses possess remarkable intelligence, sociability, and a cheerful nature that makes them similar to human infants in their thinking. They love playing, taking on challenges, and learning new things. The Arabian horse is renowned for its resilience and is considered the best endurance horse in the world. They are swift runners, having served as the precursor to the thoroughbred in flat racing. Full of life and versatility, these horses need regular activity to stay happy. Known as the Ferrari of the equine world, the Arabian horse is prepared for anything thanks to its heart and body. Forming a deep, intense, and mysterious bond with this breed is ideal, and those who are sensitive listeners, open-hearted, and loving yet firm make excellent matches for them.
People who seek to control, constrain, torture, or brainwash a horse are not suited to own an Arabian. Instead, we would like to introduce you to Ase Kabir, an incredibly stunning Arabian horse who is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful horses in existence. Ase Kabir has a spunky and adorable personality that is just as captivating as his flawless face. Every facial feature of his is perfect, leaving nothing to be desired. As he walks, it’s evident that he knows how attractive he is, and it’s likely that many people tell him so every day. Watching the video below is a surefire way to fall in love with Ase Kabir!