Anglo-Arab Horse

Mixing the Arabian with the English Thoroughbred horse breeds produces the Anglo Arab horse.

The Anglo Arab horse breed is a favourite in Europe and they are selectively bred in France and the Janow stud in Poland. They are now almost exclusively known as a sport horse.

The Anglo Arab has also been instrumental in the Selle Francais horse breed.

Origin: The origins of the Arab horse are unknown, but it was found in the Nejd, central Arabia.

Colour: chestnut, bay or brown.

Height: between 15.3 and 16.3hh.

Conformation: good conformation and strong well-shaped feet.

Character: versatile with intelligent head.

Uses: excellent polo ponies.

The Arab Horse Society Scottish Regional
Group

Website: www.arab-horses-scotland.co.uk