December 24, 2010
All I want for Christmas is an Arabian horse (aka pony!)
My all time favorite horse color is Chestnut with a decent amount of chrome. A stripe or blaze on the nose is perfect and a few socks are great. Below are internet pics of chestnust Arabians, some were on Dreamhorse.com at one time or another. I'm silly and browse that site regularly, dreaming away about the day I can finally call up the owners and say "Hey I'm interested and would like to come out and meet your horse". Of course I'm even more excited about saying "I'll take him/her!"
Illusions Farm sabino Arabian gelding for sale. How flashy is he!!
I would call him Wind Fire or Al Hawa Laheeb in Arabic!
But of course I can't choose a horse by the color. I love blacks, and bays too. Greys are pretty but the work to keep them looking clean is so hard! At least with darker horses if you don't get all the dirt it sort of blends in with the coat! I dream of the day when I can find a horse that will place their muzzle in my hands and say take me home, I'll be your friend for life.
A part bred Arab I would have no problems considering would be a palomino. I still want a purebred but if the palomino wins over my heart I won't look back!
A black....yes we all have that dream. The Black Stallion! But I'll take a mare or gelding.
If only greys stayed this dark grey! Love the dapples!
But most grey out to this....you need lots of bleach for this horse! I know there are tons of products out there to help keep the horse looking presentable, I won't pass up an awesome horse just because they're grey. Just letting you know! A good horse is never a bad color!
And no matter what amazing color they are or what fine pedigree they may have (this mare from Illusion Farms is a grand daughter of Khemosabi++++) they are still a horse that needs love and attention and will be my partner on the trails. I can't wait to snuggle up against the neck of my very own pony! Hope Santa is reading this! Happy Holidays everyone!