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Arabian horses are often bred because of their positive attitude toward human interaction and attention, which is a characteristic specific to this old breed. Understand why breeders continue to promote this group of horses with helpful advice from the owner of a training and riding facility in this video on Arabian horses.
Hi I'm Tim Wigren, owner and operator of Command Performance and I'm here to talk to you about why I breed Arabian horses. There's an old phrase and that is "nothing is as good for the inside of a man as the outside of a horse" and Arabian horses for me, I've been around horses all of my life. I've been around all different breeds of horses from American Saddlebreds to Quarter Horses to ponies and I do have to admit the Arabian horse still holds the most important and the most affectionate part of any breed of horse. Their attitude, their characteristics, just their general love of being with people is what makes them strike a very very solid chord in me. If you ask anybody who owns an Arabian breed, any breed of horse, that they will tell you that they have their own characteristics but Arabian breeders will tell you one specific thing and that is that it's the attitude. They love that horse who wants to be around people. They love that horse who wants to be next to you, the one who will be the one that's your best friend when you've had a bad day, the one who is your confidante or the one that you want to kill some time with and just enjoy, the one that you want to sit there and get a chance to watch them grow and develop into what you've possessed as a dream, for me Arabian horse is still the one that does it the most.
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