Yes, Leilani. Many of them are bred and not trained. Their anatomy is meant to maximize their speed and endurance, but I can see how the extremity is not for everyone. Where I am, I have not heard of this whole permanent hair removal thing. In the big shows, the halter only bred horses do tend to act rather crazy because they are trained to act that way, since it brings out their movement. I have noticed that my arab looks best when he is excited, his tail and neck go up and his trot becomes incredibly floaty. I think this is where the stereotype comes from. Most performance bred, and some halter bred arabs have model temperaments. Breeding stallions, even. This craziness is not in their blood but in their training, however.