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Date:7/12/2014 3:24:33 AM
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Continued history of the Arabian(requested by Hardwin)Amongst the Bedouin, the life of the Arabian horse was starkly unromantic – harsh, little food of poor quality, scarcity of water, hot dry conditions, times of restrictive confinement followed by swift and tortuous raids. The life of the Bedouin was that of the daily struggle for survival, hence life was approached in the most unforgiving of contexts. Raids were considered an essential element of Nomadic culture, especially those taken against travelers. Life was one of incessant warfare, entailing forced marches and the roughest treatment. Pity was not taken for the injured or dying – death was accepted as both inescapable and inevitable. Both environment and culture seemed the most unlikely combination in which the successful rearing of any creature could long be sustained, yet through centuries of natural selection dictated by the necessity of man’s survival, the Arabian horse has not only efficiently evolved, but astonishingly thrived.


Question of the day: what is your favorite place to ride and why?

A ways behind out place there is a creek and when you cross the creek there are three large hayfields that I like to ride in. The hayfields are very flat and they usually get flooded whenever it rains, but it has been a very dry summer, so they havnt had water standing in them for a long time.
I would to hear about your favorite place to ride!

Thanks again for all the support, please continue to vote daily for HOTM runner Dakota!
Maria, Dakota N the girls
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