Rebel parts of Syria revive beloved Arabian horse races
Omar Haj Kadour
25 May 2017
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Syria needs some better breeding stock if those are what they are calling purebred Arabians.
Sham may be beloved by her owner and fast but she is a far cry from what a purebred should look like.
No dished face with a prominent jibbah, no refined mitbah, no flag like tail carriage, all characteristics of
a purebred. Most likely a crossbred.
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