Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Georgia, United States
I agree, we have six arabians and arabian crosses. They are spectacular horses, yes sometimes they like to be spunky, but they aren't trying to be bad, theyr'e just showing how happy they are and how good they feel and there's nothing wrong with that and I don't know any horse, arabian or not, who doesn't express themself every once-in-awhile. Every time we go on public trailrides people bash our arabians and tell us that, "They aren't suited to ride on the trails next to the Quarter horses." Now i'm not bashing Quarter horses at all, but I think their riders are jealous because our little arabians can do things that their horses can't or won't do. Our horses are always the first in line to every ride, ready for adventure, crossing whatever lay before them without hesitation and by the end of a 30 mile ride they aren't the least bit tired, infact they seem refreshed, unlike some of the others who are basically dragging themselves. Arabians are amazing horses, I think everyone should have the experience of working with one.