Horse Breed
Quote · 2601 days ago · 1 people like this ·

Hi everyone! I'm new to this whole internet social chatting, so please bear with me.

I'm thinking about breeding my Arabian, and want to hear suggestions on what breed of horse you would breed with an Arabian.

Thanks to all!!

Quote · 2601 days ago · 1 people like this ·

I don't know about anyone else, but I think that a Missouri Fox Trotter would be a great choice for crossbreeding with your Arabian.  The Fox Trotter was developed by selectivly blending the American Saddlebred, Standardbreds, and Tennessee Walkers with the Morgan, Thoroughbred and Arabian.  This breeding resulted in a beautiful, refined, surefooted animal with a willing and gentle temperament.  They are known for their stamina and soundness.  But most notably, the Fox Trotter is known for its incredibly smooooooth four-beat  diagonal gait known as the "Fox Trot", in which the horse appears to be walking in front and trotting in back.

Yes, I own Fox Trotters!!! lol


Quote · 1836 days ago · 1 people like this ·

Andalusian (PRE), then you would get a Hispano-Arabe, which are very versitile horses and beautiful too!

Quote · 1816 days ago · 1 people like this ·

Depends on what you are looking for in a horse. I personally believe the Arabian has special qualities , therefore I'd breed an Arabian to an Arabian. There are many excellent Stallions on every continent.

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