quinta-feira, 12 de abril de 2018

Arabian Horse - Mariana Travassos

Arabian Horse by Mariana Travassos

This month I show you again my great passion for horses. I'm going to introduce the Arabian horse.

This breed is famous for its grace, speed and endurance. Arabians are thought to be one of the oldest breeds of domesticated horse, and were critical to the culture and lives of desert tribes in the Middle East. Classic books including "The Black Stallion" and "King of the Wind" feature the ancient and storied breed.
However, Arabian horses stand out not just for their long history and particularly good looks. Arabian horses are built differently than other horses.
Black, sorrel and brown are the colors that make the Arabian horse distinguish normally, although at the moment they make other combinations of colors that look very well in the Arab horse. The height usually can vary between 1.40 m to 1.58 m to the club.

It is an equine breed originated in the Arabian Peninsula, undoubtedly they are the oldest breed of horses in the world. A race very easy to identify due to the shape of the skull, its tail having the first vertebra of the oxtail slightly inclined upwards, and for being extremely expressive! It has small ears and short muzzle.  


Mariana Travassos at Monte Inglês - Horse Ubrico 
Speed, endurance something not missing from these horses, were used to improve other breeds, giving them more speed, refinement, endurance and bone structure.
Their eyes are usually large allowing them to have a great view, around their eyes are a dark skin that makes the reflection of the sun less light and also protects from sunburn.
The Arabian horse has a very fine coat which makes the sweat evaporate and the horse is more favorable to take more work since it can cool your body with the evaporation of sweat, in addition to these factors, the horse must have a minimally adequate food.
They are also characterized by "warm-blooded" horses, they say that these horses were made for speed, and that they are a bit difficult to tame but with a good teaching respect them perfectly, we have to have a strong connection, and to conquer the horse, usually after that cooperate very well with humans, are extremely intelligent horses.

I am ride weekly an Arabian Horse  and I love it, it is very docile and it is very well taught, I learn a lot from it.

Mariana Travassos

NOTE :
I WANT TO MAKE A BIG ENORMOUS THANK YOU TO Monte Inglês THAT GAVE THE PHOTOS FOR THIS BLOG POST HORSE UBRICO  FOLLOW THEM ON INSTAGRAM @monteingles 


Yours Paulo Ricardo Rebelo