Originally Posted by 13kielj
In Arabian horses they have "Sub" Breeds(thats what I call them) Like for example: Egyptian Arabians, Kellog Arabians, etc. But what Im wondering is how do I know for sure what my Arabian's is. I have her reg. # and everything too.
Those aren't 'sub' breeds, they're merely different types
A Kellogg Arabian isn't even a type; they were bred by the Kellogg family. Yes, the cereal people.
Polish Arabians came from Poland, Russian from Russia, Egyptian from Egypt, etc. They're all purebred Arabians regardless of their type, because they can all trace back to the original breed started over 3,000 years ago.