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A chestnut Arabian broodmare in about the 7th month of pregnancy.  Conformation, bloodlines, and temperament, are important considerations when selecting a broodmare.  For quality offspring, the stallion also must be a quality horse.   The dished face of this mare is preferred for Arabians.  A small muzzle, small refined ears, a level croup and high tail carriage also are preferred breed characteristics.  This mare lacks the preferred level croup and high set tail.  Note also the front pasterns are more upright than the rear pasterns.  Typically, Arabians are very athletic, and known for their endurance and animated movement.  They have a smoother muscle pattern than stock type horses (Quarter Horses) and are considered hot blooded.

Arabian broodmare

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Description: A chestnut Arabian broodmare in about the 7th month of pregnancy. Conformation, bloodlines, and temperament, are important considerations when selecting a broodmare. For quality offspring, the stallion also must be a quality horse. The dished face of this mare is preferred for Arabians. A small muzzle, small refined ears, a level croup and high tail carriage also are preferred breed characteristics. This mare lacks the preferred level croup and high set tail. Note also the front pasterns are more upright than the rear pasterns. Typically, Arabians are very athletic, and known for their endurance and animated movement. They have a smoother muscle pattern than stock type horses (Quarter Horses) and are considered hot blooded.

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