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The Ancient Breed The Arabian Horse

  • The Ancient Breed The Arabian Horse


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  • Arabian Horse - Origin, Characteristics and Temperament


    All about the Arabian horse ???????? The Arabian horse is one of the most highly valued horse breeds in the world, known for its particular physical and temperamental characteristics. In this new AnimalWised video, we discuss in detail the Arabian horse, it's origins, its character, it's physical traits and more. You will see also what guardians of these stunning and majestic equine creatures need to do to keep them happy and healthy. You'll also see why they have become so beloved and invaluable to a whole host of civilizations from ancient times onward. If you want to know a little more about horses, you can check out these articles on our site:

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  • 8 Fascinating Facts about Arabian Horses!


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  • Arabian horses - the majestic breed


    What are the special characteristics of an Arabian horse? Our Caroline Thau, who is Pet Pals TV’s horse expert, talks to the owners of this majestic breed.

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  • Arabian Horse Racing Documentary ~ From Desert Sands to Racecourses Around the World


    Kylar Productions presents “Arabian Horse Racing ~ From the Desert Sands to Racecourses around the World.” Winner of Documentary Short FIlm - People's Choice Award at the 2016 Equus Film Festival in NYC.
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    Pure bred Arabian horse racing has been present for centuries and it has grown into a global sport at the highest level. What began in the desert sands has stamped it’s place in the best racing circuits throughout the world. This film takes you on the journey from the Arabian Peninsula to the global development of the sport of horse racing across Europe and into America. The story of the original race horse! Runtime is 26:20 minutes. Thanks for watching!

  • Top 10 Fastest Horse Breeds in the World


    There are several beautiful and fast breeds of horses in the world. Among these animals, some are fastest, used for riding or sports. Some well-known horse breeds are known for their extraordinary fast speed. A strong horse of quick pace can be produced by only specific species which are strong, powerful and can race hard. Some of these horses are wonderful for a short distance while others for long distances. In this video, I will show you some of the fastest horses ever in the world.

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  • A Gift From The Desert




    Layla, a 14 year old Arabian (breed) was rescued from a kill pen in Texas. Today she get her 2nd chiropractic adjustment from Dr. Doug Willen the Animal Cracker!


    The Arabian or Arab horse 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 in the Middle East that resemble modern Arabians dating back 4,500 years. Throughout history, Arabian horses have 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 sport. 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, United Kingdom, Australia, continental Europe, South America (especially Brazil), and their land of origin, the Middle East. (Curtesy of Wikipedia)

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    By giving America's horses a second chance at life we give the community the chance to experience the love, patience and compassion horses have for humans.

    When Kelly Stackpole decided to open her barn to teach noncompetitive horse lessons in 2005, her goal was to bring her passion and love for these incredible animals to others and guide them toward finding a similar love and connection to horses. She did not expect, while looking for horses to fill her barn, to discover that young, sound and healthy horses as well as older horses were being disregarded and often sent off to slaughter. As soon as she became aware that any of the animals beloved to her were not treated in a humane way, she found another mission, and Rising Starr Horse Rescue was born.

    Rising Starr relies on a group of talented and specialized veterinarians, chiropractors, staff, and volunteers who work together to approach each horse’s rehabilitation. This team of dedicated individuals ensures that every horse becomes healthy, happy, and confident before moving on to its new home.

    Beyond restoring comfort and care to these horses, our purpose at Rising Starr is to inform others about the cruelty of horse slaughter while providing guidance on how to decrease the number of unwanted horses in the United States.

    Every member of our program treats all of our horses with the love and respect they deserve - it's their passion. Our volunteers include many teens and children, as we hope that by raising children that are thoughtful and caring about the treatment of horses, we will have the biggest impact on the future of America's horses.  Not only does RSHR have a Dedicated board but we are developing a Youth board to continue our work in the future.

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  • 10 Most Powerful Horses in the World


    10 Most Powerful Horses in the World
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    Today, we’re bringing you the 10 strongest horses in the world! Welcome to another episode of 4 Ever Green, and If you’re wondering who the most powerful horse in the world is, then stick around for #1, because the muscles on this breed are insane. We all know that horses are strong animals. Not for nothing have we used them for both transport and labour for over thousands of years. Why else would we use horsepower as aunit of measurement for our modern day cars? One of the most popular brands like Ferrari even went on to make one this wonderful creature their brand logo. However, even amongst their own kind, there are a few select horse breeds which truly stand out for their sheer power––and today, we’re bringing you some of these strongest and most powerful horses.
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  • Top 10 Tallest Horses in the World


    Top 10 Tallest Horse Breeds in the World
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    If you watch our videos regularly, you know how much we love our animals on this channel. Horses are one of the world’s most beautiful, strong and majestic animals. They have impressive sizes varying in different breeds. There are approximately 300 to 350 known breeds of horses worldwide, all of which are used for different purposes and some of them are world's tallest and biggest. In the 19th century, the breeding of horses led to the drafting of massive and strong horse breeds. Nowadays, numerous tall and beautiful horses are found around the globe. In today’s video, we are going to show you some of the tallest horse breeds that are really huge.

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  • 10 Most Ancient Dog Breeds On Earth


    10 of the oldest and most ancient dog breeds on Earth which are living from long times without selective breeding. Subscribe To Our Channel :

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  • 15 Craziest Horse Breeds Ever


    What breed is considered the “bodybuilder of horses?” What horse breed adapted to survive temperatures of negative 70 degrees Fahrenheit? From new cross-breeds to pure-breds spanning thousands of years, these are 15 of the coolest horse breeds in the world


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  • These Are 10 Most Expensive Horse Breeds


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    Mankind has been domesticating horses for over 4000 years now. They are one of the most beautiful and useful creatures on the planet.
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    Almost every legend had a faithful horse companion in his endeavours, which stood by the protagonist and helped him through his journey.
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  • Meet the UPDATED Arabians! ????????⚡ | Star Stable Breeds


    From the glossy sheen of its coat to the iconic slope of its face, the sight of an Arabian horse is sure to amaze. They are one of the most renowned and striking horse breeds in the world, with a distinct history and origins.

    As the breed is so ancient, the exact origins of the Arabian horse are shrouded in mystery. The earliest reports of the Arabian horse can be traced back to 2500BC, where pictures of the ancestors of this breed were painted onto rocks in the Arabian Peninsula.

    The Bedouin people historically favored these horses, and that love is the main reason the genetic purity of the breed has been maintained for so long. In the Islamic world, the Arabian horse is revered throughout history, in legends, and sacred texts.

    Bred for endurance in harsh desert climates, the Arabian is small, almost dainty, in structure with a distinctive head and high-set tail. Purebred Arabian horses have coats in black, gray, and roan, but never in colors that carry dilution genes, such as buckskin or palomino.

    Modern-day Arabians can be found across the world and excel in a variety of disciplines, such as racing and show jumping. They are particularly good at competitive trail and endurance riding due to their superior stamina.
    It is said that the Arabian studbook on Jorvik dates back to Jarlaheim’s founding, when Jon Jarl, impressed by the speed and grace of these “desert dancers,” added them to the royal stable.

    So if you’re looking for a highly intelligent companion that never ceases to impress, you’re sure to find a friend in the Arabian horse.

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    950 Star Coins.

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    Grey, Black, Bay, Palomino, Dapple Grey, Liver Chestnut and Chestnut Rabicano!

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  • Egyptian Arabian Horses in Egypt


    Egyptian Arabians are considered the seed of most purebred Arabians in the world. This story takes us through history in a quick overview of Egyptian Arabians in Egypt, and the criteria upon which they get judged.

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  • Worlds RAREST Horse Breeds Ever!


    Check out the world's rarest horse breeds ever! From amazing and expensive horses to the most beautiful and biggest horses, check out this top 10 list of rarest horses on earth!

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    8. Akhal-Teke
    This heavenly horse is also the national emblem of Turkmenistan! This kind of horse is known worldwide for its speed, endurance, intelligence, and of course, its beauty. Did I mention that it can also adapt to severe climatic conditions? Gosh, what can’t it do!?
    It is also one of the oldest breed of horses that still exist today. Maybe. Scientists can’t say for sure, because it’s pretty hard to determine our own human history, let alone horse history! In any case, the ancestors of this breed date back to horses that lived 3000 years ago! The famous historian Herodotus even mentioned this horse. Some say that the Akhal-Teke is a direct descendant of the Turkoman horse, a breed that is now extinct. The Akhal-Teke is listed as threatened, which is extremely rare with domestic animals.
    This horse is also famous for its metallic sheen, caused by its extremely fine hairs. It always looks super glossy and shiny no matter what the color.
    The younger ancestors of Akhal-Teke were golden, but now it is one of the few horse breeds that has a wide range of colors. The 3 main colors are black, bay and red. The stallions of this breed have influenced many breeds and were often given to Heads of State and important people in foreign lands.

    7. Sorraia
    Sorraia is a very rare breed of horse, specific to the Iberian Peninsula, in the area surrounding the Sorraia River in Portugal. Hence the name. Previously the breed was simply known by the locals as “zebro” or “zebra”. This is because newborn foals, were born with hair that would lay in stripe-like patterns. This horse is known for its primitive features and they lived practically wild on a large estate until 1999. When outsiders discovered them in 1920, few could believe that a wild horse subspecies had survived in Europe for that long.
    This entire breed was isolated and unknown to science for such a long time that we don’t really know much about their past. What we’ve found out is that they share similar characteristics with Mustangs in the western part of the United States.
    This suggests that Spanish conquistadors took Iberian horses to the Americas during their trips abroad and one breed must have been the ancestor of the Sorraia. Today the breed is almost extinct, with less than 200 horses existing as of 2007. They are mainly found in Portugal, but also in Germany, where they are used for different things like herding bulls, dressage riding or light harness.

    6. German Forest Horse
    Also known as the Black Forest Draft Horse, this horse is a small but very tough draft breed with a high fertility rate and a long life span. Even though they are tough, this breed is almost extinct. They are about 600 years old, and for most of the time, this breed was used almost exclusively for forestry work because of their immense strength, patience and gentle temperament. They also have a dark chestnut coat with a flaxen mane and tail, their short head has small ears and large eyes, their chest is broad, and their legs are trim and strong with little feathering. The most common color for them is dark chestnut, but they can also be gray or bay.
    They began to decline during the 20th century when their jobs were taken by machines. Back in 1981 only 160 registered broodmares were reported! Since then the government stepped in to help protect the Black Forest horse breed and only the finest stock was used, so now they boast that those that remain are of the best quality.
    Today a major breeding center is located at Marbach, where only 16 from a total of 46 State Approved Stallions are located. The rest are scattered in different private breeding facilities.

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  • Top 5 The Most Expensive Horses In The World. Rich Horse Racing Champion


    Horses cannot compete with cars in speed. But to compete with luxury cars at a price - yes. Today, price for one thoroughbred horses can be accountant millions of dollars. We show you the most expensive horses in the world...

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  • This Arabian Dog is Fast Enough to Catch a Gazelle ???? Amazing Dogs | Smithsonian Channel


    Saluki are a breed of desert dog famed for their speed. In the old days, Bedouins of the Arabian Peninsula relied on them to hunt for gazelle. Today, they are more likely to race for sport.

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  • Polo, North Pakistan 2015


    This video shows polo playing at Khaplu and Chitral in North Pakistan in 2015. The film includes an interview with Saraj ul Mulk of Chitral.

    The sport, which is known as the “king of games and game of the kings”, is thought to have been first played in Iran around 6th Century BC as a training game for cavalry units or other elite troops. Centuries later, a large festival honouring the original free style polo is still played in the northern region of Pakistan with great zeal and commitment. Locals claim that the game has been played in the region since as far back as the history of the region can be traced.

    Polo is arguably the oldest recorded team sport in known history, with the first matches being played in Persia over 2500 years ago. Initially thought to have been created by competing tribes of Central Asia, it was quickly taken up as a training method for the King’s elite cavalry. These matches could resemble a battle with up to 100 men to a side.
    As mounted armies swept back and forth across this part of the world, conquering and re-conquering, polo was adopted as the most noble of pastimes by the Kings and Emperors, Shahs and Sultans, Khans and Caliphs of the ancient Persians, Arabs, Mughals, Mongols and Chinese. It was for this reason it became known across the lands as the game of kings.

    British officers themselves re-invented the game in 1862 after seeing a horsemanship exhibition in Manipur, India. The sport was introduced into England in 1869, and seven years later sportsman James Gordon Bennett imported it to the United States.

    Polo continues, as it has done for so long, to represent the pinnacle of sport, and reaffirms the special bond between horse and rider. The feeling of many of its players are epitomised by a famous verse inscribed on a stone tablet next to a polo ground in Gilgit, Pakistan: Let others play at other things. The king of games is still the game of kings.

  • The Original Arab Horses


    The Arab have generally been credited with the beginning of selective pure breeding of Arabian horses. These tribes, although their breeding records were kept by memory and passed down through the ages verbally, are also credited as the first to keep breeding records and maintaining the purity of the Arabian breed. To this date, many Arabian pedigrees can be traced to desert breeding meaning there is no written record but because of the importance of purity to the Bedouins, desert bred is accepted as an authentic verification of pure blood for those early imports To this date

  • Arabian Horse - Then and Now


    Every year the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show brings the best Arabians in the world together. It's great to understand ( a little) of how ancient a breed this is!

  • Crossroads of Civilization - Creating the Exhibits Arabian Horses


    The Milwaukee Public Museum's first new permanent exhibition in more than a decade: Crossroads of Civilization, opens to the public on March 15, 2015. See behind the scenes to witness MPM's artists in action during the creation of this exhibit.

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  • The history of the authentic Arabian horse and its continuation through times: الحصان العربي الاصيل


    The history of the authentic Arabian horse and its continuation through times
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  • This Horse Was the Gold Standard for Roman Chariot Racers


    For the chariot racers of Rome, one particular breed of horse was prized above all else: The Berber. It had a convex-shaped head, and a powerful neck that enabled it to pull the chariots at great speed.

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  • Bedouin Story: Training and living with Arabian Horses


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  • Egypt, homeland for rare Egyptian Arabian horses


    Egypt has been renowned for breeding the Arabian horse, prized all over the world for its beauty, grace and athletic endurance. As the oldest recorded breed of horse, the Arabian is known for its ability to thrive in extremely hot, arid environments.

  • Can Arabian Horses Do Dressage


    In this video I answer the question, Can Arabian Horses Do Dressage...
    There are many purebred Arabian horses that have competed successfully at the highest levels of the Horse sport of Dressage.

    However the Arabian horse which is the most ancient of any horse breed, was bred for endurance, high spirit and alertness by the Bedouin Tribes on the Arabian Peninsula. The Arabian breed is versatile and intelligent and can excel in many horse sports and they dominate the Endurance sport.
    Arabians, along with Thoroughbreds, Barbs and Akhal-Teke's are classified as Hot Bloods.

    Warm Blood horse breeds include Dutch Warmblood, Hanoverian, Holsteiner, Irish Sport Horse, and others. They are most notably bred for Dressage, Driving and Eventing. They are athletic, and larger than the Hot Blood breeds.
    This is the top choice for those riders who want to purue Dressage and compete successfully at the highest levels.

    The Western States Trail Ride also know as The Tevis Cup is an annual amateur endurance ride where riders and their horses must complete 100 miles in 24 hours. Arabians make up the majority of horses that compete at this premier Endurance event.


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  • Exclusive: Abu Dhabi Crown Prince gives President Xi an Arabian horse as gift


    Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan gave Chinese President Xi Jinping an Arabian horse as a present in Abu Dhabi, UAE, on July 20. As one of the most ancient and precious breeds of horses in the world, Arabian horses are given as diplomatic gifts to distinguished guests by the UAE's royal family.

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  • The Marwari Horse, Pride of India


    The Marwari horse is the National horse of India, but through ignorance and arrogance, they were almost wiped out of existence. This video explores the Marwari's origin, it's history, and it's legends.

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  • The Arabian Horse part 2 Breed Charactor


    This is part 2- The Arabian Horse Charactor. In all there will be The Intoduction, Breed Charactor, Size, Temperament, Colors and in the colors there will be mini sections- Sabino, Rabicano or roan?, and Colors that do not exist in purebreds. The next video after Colors will be Genetic Diseases In The Arab, Mythology, Origins in the origins there will also be mini sections- Desert roots, and Strains and pedigrees. After Origins there will be Historical Development in this video there will be mini sections- Role in the Ancient World, In Islamic History, From the Middle East to Europe, Western and Central Europe, The rise of the Crabbet Park Stud, Egypt, Early 20th century, Modern Warfare and its impact on European Studs, and After the Cold War. After Historical Development there will be Arabians In America, there will also be mini sections in this one too (I am not going to list them). After, there will be In Australia (with mini sections again). After that there will be Modern breeding, then Influence on other horse breeds, than the last video Uses. So stay tuned!!!!

  • 6 Most Expensive Horse Breeds In The World


    Some of the people have a love for horses. They prefer to give their time in the caring or preparation for the beautiful beasts. The link shared by the humans and horses is an ancient one. Multiple productions have trained the animals for the earlier 4000 years. The marvelous creations make a great extension to your home in diverse ways. The horse riding is one of several activities that come along with the having a horse. Here are the top 6 expensive horse breeds.

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    6. Friesian
    These horses are well known for intellect and sharpness as a primitive of Friesland. They are used in the war due to their able body and activity. They are gorgeous.

    5. Mustang
    The Spanish or Iberian breeds of horses are Mustang which started in America. They are renowned for their endurance and skill. The North Americans utilized by Mustangs in multiple ways. The horses have a long span of life.

    4. Paint Horse
    The Paint Horse in America is renowned for its trademark patterns of colors that is the combination of white blemishes with more common colors of horses like black and brown.
    They have produced from the foundation of blotched horses with quarter horses or thoroughbreds.

    3. Quarter Horse
    Nowadays, they are the most renowned breed in the United States. They have acquired their name due to the skill to exceed the other horse breeds in a small race of few miles. They fight in the rodeo games like barrel racing, team roping, and calf roping.

    2. Thoroughbred
    The thoroughbred breed of horse emerged for racing in England. For the easy paces, their short legs are most fitted. They have quick backs, slim bodies, and broad chests. They are extraordinary in their endurance and agility and are highly susceptible and lively.

    1. Arabian Horse
    The Arabian horse is the uppermost among the most expensive horse breed in the world. It is among the primitive races. In 1980, the Arab horses became a famous standing representative and exchanged equated to exceptional designs in the United States.

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  • The history of the Syrian Arabian horse - a precious part of Syrian heritage


    Greetings to Al Khamsa from Basil Jadaan, renowned Syrian Horse Breeder and member of The Executive Committee for the World Arabian Horse Organizaition. Included is a preview of the Basil Jadaan horses in Damascus, Syria.

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  • The legendary Arabian horse is Egypts pride


    From the ancient deserts of the Middle East comes one of the best known horses: the Arabian. One famous stable in Egypt is ensuring the genetic purity of these horses.

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  • Path To Glory; The Rise and Rise of the Polish Arabian.


    “This film is a treasury of information on the history of the Arabian horse breeding from its very beginnings. The historical theme is interwoven with interviews with authorities on breeding... and of course a whole plethora of directors of the State Studs and people associated with Arabian horses...
    All in all this film is an achievement on a world scale and will serve for endless years as a document about the contribution of Poland to the worldwide breeding of Arabian horses. ”
    — Jerzy George Zbyskewski in Araby, Vol 21

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  • The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild and Vicious Horses by P. R. Kincaid


    The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild and Vicious Horses
    by P. R. Kincaid

    Back in the day before automobiles, a good horse trainer and veterinarian was the equivalent of Mr Goodwrench. A badly behaving or unhealthy equine was equivalent to breaking down on the highway or running out of gas on a lonely stretch of highway somewhere in Utah. My sources tell me that most of the training methods are ok, but stay away from the medical tips unless you are prepared to become the poster boy or girl for the local SPCA. Listen with tongue in cheek, and check with a professional before attempting any of these techniques on a real animal. Summary by Mike Vendetti.



    (9 Sep 1995) English/Nat

    Arabian horses are world-famous for their grace and beauty, but breeders in the country which boasts of being home to the Arab steeds claim they're being given a rough ride in the export market.

    Countries such as the United States, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Israel once freely imported thoroughbreds from Egypt.

    But restrictions have become so tough that Egyptian breeders say other nations are taking control of the market.

    Arabian stallions such as these are a matter of Egyptian pride.

    Arab lore is peppered with anecdotes and proverbs concerning the Arabian steed.

    Sleek, swift and graceful, these horses hold enormous status the world over.

    The Bedouins say that 130 breeds of horse come from one mare caught in the Arabian desert thousands of years ago.

    A perfect Arabian horse has a stride of 12 feet at full gallop.

    Wegdan El Barbary is a breeder whose stables contain over 40 horses.

    SOUNDBITE: (English)
    A small horse, light horse, eats little, drinks little...very intelligent, and very proud because he was bred in the old days in Bedouins' tents.
    SUPER CAPTION: Wegdan El Barbary, Horse Breeder

    But the livelihood of breeders such as Wegdan El Barbary is under threat.

    Until recently, The Egyptian Agricultural Organisation, El Zahraa, was the sole provider of pure Arabian horses to international farms.

    Now, the market is expanding and breeding farms are springing up all over the world.

    And stringent controls placed on imported livestock by countries such as the U-S, France, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland mean that Egypt's breeders are having trouble meeting health checks.

    SOUNDBITE: (English)
    We had a selection of good Arabians, but not a very big number. In other countries they were bred, maybe, as an investment but the problem is now not really that we are exporting less or more, no, the problem is quarantine. The quarantine abroad is making things difficult for Egypt to export horses.
    SUPER CAPTION: Wegdan El Barbary, Horse breeder

    The head of the E-A-O, Dr Khalil Seliman says how certain countries which were once major importers are now breeding Arabian horses on home soil.

    SOUNDBITE: (English)
    Israel started breeding horses not more than 5 to 6 years ago. They imported the Arabian Horses from the United States, these horses were previously exported from Egypt to the United States.
    SUPER CAPTION: Dr. Khalil Seliman, Head of E-A-O

    Breeders may be worried by the slackening off of business, but Seliman says Arabian horses bred in Egypt - a matter of national pride - will never be matched.

    SOUNDBITE: (English)
    I don't think might be a competitor of E-A-O any time because we have the quantity, we have the quality and we have the original Arabian horse.
    SUPER CAPTION: Dr. Khalil Seliman, Head of E-A-O

    Throughout history, armies have won and lost on the Arabian horse during times of war, and merchants have traded them during times of peace and prosperity.

    Keeping horses and horseback riding is closely woven into Egyptian tradition, culture and lore.

    Once, international buyers would have bid high to acquire stallions as fine as these. Today, a life abroad as breeding stock or racers is no longer a certainty.

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  • Tunisia Arabian horse breeding


    Ourabi, the 16 year old Tunisian horse, who gained international fame lives in Meknassy, Sidi Bouzid. The region most known for the breeding of Arabian Horses of Tunisian origins.

    Horse breeder Ridha Ghobber is the owner of the introduced his well-known national, regional and international award-winner horse Ourabi.

    Ghobber, who has been breeding horses for over 40 years is proud of his gem Ourabi, the brown horse with the white blaze.

    The animal’s father, too, was a champion of Tunisia in endurance horse race.

    Ourabi's first competition was at the age of 2 in Ksar Said, Manouba. He was still a baby when he earned the 800m Okba award, for which he still holds the race record, the owner said.

    At the age of 3, Ourabi won the Grand Prix of the President of the Republic in the 1700m race. The Prize is considered a first class competition, as it is the highest rank of all horse competitions, the breeder said.

  • ???????? Iraqi horse riders struggle to preserve an ancient tradition | Al Jazeera English


    War and political instability in Iraq have held back its economic development for decades.
    Unsurprisingly, investment in sport has also suffered.
    One sport carrying great cultural significance for Iraq and the wider region and which has also suffered is tent pegging.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Baghdad.

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  • Expressions Artist Talk: Michael Byatt - The Arabian Horse: Lore & Legend


    On Tuesday, January 28th, renowned Arabian horse breeder Michael Byatt spoke with QAI's Cultural Advisor Diana Untermeyer at Houston’s Museum of Natural Science.

    Byatt, of Michael Byatt Arabians, is an internationally known Arabian horse breeder and rider who helped develop the incomparable Arabians at Qatar’s Al Shaqab Equestrian Center, which has influenced breeding world-wide.

  • Racing Explained - The History of Racing


    'The History of Racing' is the penultimate programme in the 'Racing Explained' series. In this programme we look back at Irish horse racing and see how it all began.

    We look at the history of one of the country's most loved sports as well as the history and functions of the Turf Club and Horse Racing Ireland.

    The human relationship with horses has been represented in art for 30,000 years and was first recorded in cave paintings, such as those in Lascaux in France. The nomadic tribesmen of Central Asia first tamed the horse in 4,500BC.

    Horse racing was called the sport of Kings because Royal support and prizes was the spur to the growth of racing in Britain and Ireland. Royal plates, cups and guineas were all the target of fierce competition. There are Royal prizes to this day at Down Royal and the Curragh racecourses.

    Steeple-chasing began almost by accident1752 and gave rise to one of the most popular forms of racing today. Much of the National Hunt season focuses on the Cheltenham Festival in March where Irish bred, trained, owned and ridden horses tend to dominate the competition.

    The Irish Turf Club was formed in 1790 to write the rules of racing and ensure that they are upheld. Horse Racing Ireland was founded in 2001 to administer and promote thoroughbred racing and breeding in Ireland.

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    - Co Kildare is known as the Thoroughbred County.
    - Coolmore stud in Tipperary is one of the leading breeding operations in the world.
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  • 13 Horse breeds; The World of Horses


    1) The #Orlov #Trotter (also known as Orlov; Russian: орловский рысак) is a horse breed with a hereditary fast trot, noted for its outstanding speed and stamina. It is the most famous Russian horse. The breed was developed in Russia in the late 18th century by Count Alexei Orlov at his Khrenovskoy Stud farm near the town of Bobrov (Voronezh Guberniya) . The Orlovs emerged as the result of crossing various European mares (primarily of English, Dutch, Mecklenburg, and Danish breeding) with Arabian stallions.
    2) The #AkhalTeke is a horse breed from Turkmenistan, where they are a national emblem. They have a reputation for speed and endurance, intelligence, and a distinctive metallic sheen. The shiny coat of palominos and buckskins led to their nickname Golden Horses. These horses are adapted to severe climatic conditions and are thought to be one of the oldest existing horse breeds.
    3) The #Arabian or #Arab horse (Arabic: الحصان العربي‎‎ ) 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 in the Middle East that resemble modern Arabians dating back 4,500 years.
    4)The #Andalusian, also known as the Pure Spanish Horse or PRE (Pura Raza Española), is a horse breed from the Iberian Peninsula, where its ancestors have lived for thousands of years. The Andalusian has been recognized as an individual breed since the 15th century, and its conformation has changed very little over the centuries. Throughout its history, it has been known for its prowess as a war horse, and was prized by the nobility.
    5) The #Friesian (also Frizian) is a horse breed originating in Friesland, in the Netherlands. Although the conformation of the breed resembles that of a light draught horse, Friesians are graceful and nimble for their size. It is believed that during the Middle Ages, ancestors of Friesian horses were in great demand as war horses throughout continental Europe.
    6)The #Haflinger, also known as the Avelignese, is a breed of horse developed in Austria and northern Italy (namely Hafling in South Tyrol region) during the late nineteenth century. Haflinger horses are relatively small, are always chestnut in color, have distinctive gaits described as energetic but smooth, and are well-muscled yet elegant. The breed traces its ancestry to the Middle Ages; there are several theories for its origin.
    7)The #Ukrainian #Riding #Horse (Ukrainian: Український верховий кінь) or Ukrainian Saddle Horse a breed developed in Ukraine after World War II to meet the ever-increasing demand for sport horses, was first bred at the Dnipropetrovsk stud. Today, it is bred at the studs of Derkulsk, Yagonitsk, and Aleksandriisk. The breed is well established in characteristics despite the fact that it is relatively young, due to the highly selective breeding process.
    8)The #Bashkir is the horse breed of the Bashkir people. It is raised mainly within Bashkortostan, formerly known as Bashkiria, a republic within the Russian Federation which lies to the west of the southern Ural Mountains and extends to the Volga River. The principal centre of breeding is the capital, Ufa.
    9) #Estonian horse (Estonian: eesti hobune), also known as the Estonian native, the Estonian Klepper, or natively the Eesti hobune, is a relatively small horse breed originating in Estonia. It originated over than 2800 years ago. The Estonian horse has influenced several Baltic horse breeds, including the Tori horse. The breed is strong and is resistant against sickness. The breed is nowadays most common in Estonia.
    10)The #Percheron is a breed of draft horse that originated in the Huisne river valley in western France, part of the former Perche province from which the breed takes its name. Usually gray or black in color, Percherons are well muscled, and known for their intelligence and willingness to work. Although their exact origins are unknown, the ancestors of the breed were present in the valley by the 17th century.
    11)The #Barb or #Berber horse (Berber: ⴰⵢⵢⵉⵙ ⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖ; Arabic: حصان بربري‎‎) is a northern African breed with great hardiness and stamina. The Barb generally possesses a fiery temperament and an atypical sport-horse conformation, but nevertheless has influenced modern breeds.

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  • Akhal Tekes Promo


    A little history about the Akhal-Teke horse and the association. Their mission and what they are trying to achieve to save this magnificent horse breed. The Akhal-Teke Association of America is a non-profit organization working to preserve and promote the Akhal-Teke horse... one of the world's most rare and ancient breeds. We invite you to become a member of our Association and participate in all of our activities. You don't need to own an Akhal-Teke to join... just enjoy them!

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