Here's my Magnum. He's only 2, but he is still pretty small. We don't expect him to top out at much more than 14 or 14.1. I also prefer the more solid type Arabs as well as the smaller ones (no kidding!). Magnum has just enough refinement to remind you that he is all Arabian. I can't wait to see how he does in halter classes.
My very favorite topic... Arabians! I have a soft spot for the Polish horses, and especially the Polish/Crabbet cross; I used to own two, an *Exelsjor son and a *Hal Gazal granddaughter. I also love the CMK horses, love their build and athletic ability. As well as the Spanish Arabs and the Babson Egyptians. I like a stockier, smaller Arabian. I'd have to say that Raffon was pretty close to my ideal Arabian, and *Exelsjor too.
Here are the two I used to own (both deceased now), the grey was Daanex, an *Exelsjor son out of a Crabbet-bred mare; and the chestnut was my love, NS Joi Kara, a *Hal Gazal granddaughter out of a Raffon granddaughter, with many crosses to *Raseyn. And, Raffon and *Exelsjor.
Jessabel... you should check out the Babson-bred Egyptians, a more calm and quiet horse you'll never find, the Babson Arabians have wonderful mellow dispositions!
I literally just stumbled across the stallion AA Apollo Bey, and I have to say, he's gorgeous and so are his offspring. Big bodied, elegant, and GREY, lol. I think he's a lovely example of an arabian horse, and so are his foals.