MONTHLY - November 2010

The Charisma of Movement and Attitude


The movement and the charisma in action and trot brings out the best beauty of a purebred Arab horse. Nothing can beat the sight of an Arab horse trotting and prancing around in liberty, displaying the full spirit and beauty, head up, curving the neck, nose up and nostrils widely open toward the wind. This is why many old stories tell about "The Drinkers of the Wind", and when the Arab horse carried the tail standing and so proudly the stories and people of the old days spoke excitedly about "The flag of the Prophet" ..... Yes, this is what fascinates us with an Arab horse, the type, the disposition, and it's characteristic way of presenting itself - different to all other horse breeds!

Indeed, the most classical gait of a purebred Arab horse is the short but highly frequent gallop. While in our modern days and modern Arab horses we can see a lot of trot, especially with the show horses, that are trained - in free lunging, as well as in lunging on lead. A good trotting horse is one that uses its angles and legs, with energetic power from behind to make itself big in the front - and always head up! May be it is a result of the show training, may be it is a result of the breeding that changed the classical Arab horse within the last decades compared to their early early ancestors. Whatever it is, it is always fun and a great pleasure to watch a charismatic trotting horse in liberty.

Our November 'Monthly' shows you one of those great movers, the very typey four-year-old Ghayat Al Khalediah, a daughter of the well known AJA Sangali, and out of Faaina AT, a ZT Faaiq daughter out of TH Camelle (by The Minstril) coming from the U.S. to Saudi Arabia some years ago. Ghayat Al Khalediah is proudly bred and owned by the famous Al Khalediah Stables, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and she is her dam's first foal as well as due to carry now her own first foal, that hopefully will inherit her great movement and attitude.




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