Arabian Horses. By Keelin Berger Peppermint ponies 4H. Housing. Arabians tend to do better in larger paddocks rather then stalls, where they can get easily bored. Give the option of going in and out of their stall. Keeping them in a paddock with other horses is ideal.
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By Keelin Berger
Peppermint ponies 4H
underweight good overweight
gray, black, bay,
black and white
On the next slide, there will be a video showing a Arabian horse opening their own door.
Contour – the shape of the body
hand – 4 inches
Bridle – head piece for riding
Bit – the part of the bridle that goes in the mouth of the horse
Girth – is the strap of leather that goes under the horse’s belly when the saddle is on
Cinch – it is the girth of the western saddle