Arabian horses first originated on the Arabian Peninsula.
They do not. Currently there are *no* wild, purebred Arabian horses. Yes, I am sure the mustangs have some Arabian blood, but there are not any wild Arabian horses. All Arabian horses known today are domestic.
Arabian horses themselves do not have rituals.
Arabian horses can get up to 15hh.
Arabian horses. A for Amazing.
no Arabian horses are a mixed bread. No horses were in the wild right before the Arabian were bread.
The population of the Arabian horses living in the Arabian desert is currently unknown.
Arabian horses came to the USA in 1747.
no horses were never endangered
the Arabian desert
Arbain horses are hard to describe--go to www.photobucket.com and type in Arabian horses.
Yes. Also, Arabian horses are my second favorite horse, after Appaloosa.
This species is NOT endangered, they are extinct.
Arabian horses were first bred in the deserts of the Arabian Peninsula and in north east Africa.
Arabian horses live all around the world.
Yes, sea horses are endangered
All Arabian horses have different weight, it does not matter about the breed. All horses have a different weight.
Arabian horses live all around Arabia.
Arabian horses tend to weigh from 850-1,100 pounds.
Yes, Arabian horses are the fourth fastest breed of horse in the world.
yes critically endangered
The horses of Arabia include the Arabian horse and the barb. The Arabian horse is the purest breed of horse in the world.
Arabian horses usually live between 25-30 years.
Arabian horses are not wild, they are domestic, so basically, their only preditors are man.
The Arabian horses order is Mammalian. Which is the same for all horses no matter the breed.