This, to me, is an Arabian where the breeding for that dish has gone a little too far for my liking:
I have seen photos of this horse before. She is so extreme that I wonder if it isn't an accident of nature (ie., something similar to wry nose) rather than an example of intentional breeding for extreme dish.
I wonder what her sire/dam looked like.
Someone else here posted that after owning Arabians every other horse's head just seems so plain and boring. I feel the same way! My first two horses were Arabians and it really took some getting used to when I bought some other breeds. Every other horse breed out there, at best, has a "level" head that is perhaps noble but not beautiful. And some breeds, well, let's just say stock horses for example, took some getting used to. So many stock horses have plain and even ugly looking heads to me. And it's like their eyes are sunk into their heads, not large and beautiful like on an Arabian. And my Mustang, well, he was no better. But the funny thing is, the better the horse treats you, the more beautiful it grows in your eyes every single day.
But it was hard going from Arabians to plain headed horses. I really like a dry head that is level to dished but not roman nosed at all. That's what I like about my Fox Trotter and her son. They are not dished, but at least they are level with curved, shapely ears like an Arabian. What the heck is it with ears on stock horses? Some of them have ears that are so short and fat. I like a shapely, curved ear and I don't care if it is a tad on the long side.
These are my Arabians (they passed away or I would still own them). I loved them so much! They were my first and second horses. Wonderful horses. I would own another Arabian in a heartbeat if I was looking for a horse and it fit my purpose.