History of the Arabian Horse
The origin of the Arabian horse dates back to nearly four thousand years ago, and was found in the regions of the Arabian Peninsula, especially in the desert areas inhabited mostly by the Bedouins, who took them as a means of transportation, defense, and attack during the occurrence of any war, and with the passage of time these horses proved That she is the best by winning world championships, she is distinguished by her beautiful body, and her strong body that can withstand hardships for long hours.
The most beautiful Arabian horses
- The horses of Bani Hashim: Al-Zarb, Al-Lazaz, Al-Sakab, and Al-Murtazad.
- Quraysh horses: dragonfly, also known as Dhul-Khimar, bow-necked horses, lute, wing, ostrich, and shadow.
- Ansar horses: Al-Laqih, Al-Jarwa, and Al-Hilweh.
- Horses of Bani Asad: Al Maarouf, Al Jinnah, and Al Thadeq.
- Bani Dabba horses: Al-Faynan, As-Suhaim, Al-Shawla, Al-Arqoub, Al-Kamil, Al-Mabdu`, Sahbi, Al-Shait, Nahleh, Hathloul, Al-Ahwa, and Al-Kumait.
- The horses of Bani Saad bin Zaid: Al-Raqib, Huboud, and Al-Nahham.
- The horses of Amr bin Saad: Al-Saqab.
- Khalil bin Hanzala’s horses: Dhul-Aqal, Yarubu’, Al-Arada, Al-Haseem, Al-Nusab, Al-Wari’ah, Al-Anab, Al-Jun, Al-Alan, Al-Gharraf, Al-Maksar, Saddam, Wabal and Al-Fahda.
- Beautiful horses: Al-Hadaj, Al-Mayass, Faris Khasaf, and Al-Kumait.
- Ghani bin Asr’s horses: Al-Khdwa’ and Al-Kharqa.
- The horses of Ghatfan bin Saad: Farafar, Al-Adud, Dahes, Al-Ghabra, Al-Aghar, Al-Adham, Ibn Al-Nama’a, Al-Abjar, Jarwa, Al-Khattar, Al-Hanafa, Al-Sakab, Wajza, Barja, Muzahim, Ya’aub, Al-Makh, and Al-Bashir.
- The horses of Bani Salim: Al-Zafaran, Al-Ubaid, Zira, Sobah, Al-Qurayt, Hamala, Al-Adham, Al-Hasas, Saddam, Al-Ward, and Alawi.
- Hozan horses: Crooked, Ad-Dhahya, Khidha, Al-Qarzoul, Al-Kaleb, Ijli, Al-Khawsa, Al-Harun, Nathel, Al-Shamoos, Al-Kumait, Janbar, Mahaj, and Al-Asa.
- Horses of Banu Dhubay’a bin Nizar: Al-Safra.
- The horses of Anza bin Asad: Al-Mayah and the porter.
- The horses of Abdul Qais bin Aqsa: Al Shamoos, Al Hawara, Ijli, and Al Qadam.
- Al-Nimr Bin Qasit’s Horse: Reality.
- The horses of Bani Wael: Al-Zaym, Al-Madhab, Al-Sareeh, Al-Ullah, Al-Zarqa, Mayar, Al-Mashar, and Jelwa.
- The horses of Bani Shayban: Al-Kamil, Al-Manieh, Dhat Al-Nisa`, and Al-Za`faran.
- The horse of Al-Harith bin Qais bin Tha’labah: the ostrich.
- The horses of Bani Dahl bin Tha’labah: Al-Haydib, Al-Gharf, Al-Ghaswa, Al-Ba’a’, Al-Jarrada, Al-Maghra, Al-Ma’roor, Al-Khufid, Al-Tayr, Al-Nahhab, Al-Kift, Al-Maluq, Raghwa, Al-Matamir, and Al-Hamard.
- Horses calf bin Lajim: Mars.
- The horses of Hanifa bin Lajim: Welcome.
- Horses of Iyad bin Nizar: Arada.
- The horses of Yemen: Al-Ward, Ra’ashan, and Al-Mualla.
- Hamedan horses: Scab.
Characteristics of Arabian horses
- Loves Music: Horses dance to old songs to the sounds of drums and honking, and we often see horses at weddings and parties as a symbol of these parades.
- Patience: These horses have the ability to run, and run for long and continuous hours, without the need for the rest that any creature on the surface of this earth needs.
- Loyalty: It has the characteristic of loyalty to the person who arranges and takes care of it, as it feels its owner, and tries to protect him from any danger that may happen to him.
- Arabian horses are also smart, strong, and brave.
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