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the purest bred breed of horses and one of great antiquity. A small (14 to 15 hands high, or 55-60 inches at the wither) riding horse, usually bay, chestnut, white or fleabitten gray in color. It has been extensively used in the production of other breeds and crossbreds. It and its crossbreds are noted for the presence amongst them of cerebellar dysplasia, combined immunodeficiency and leukoderma. Called also the Arabian horse.
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Arab thoroughbred. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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According to her, Dubai through Expo 2020 would be able to show the world the Modern Arabian culture that connect minds and create the future.
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