Everyday management and care for my family of Arabians has been quite the most wonderful experience over the last 25 years. Creating a remarkable breeding program, bringing more than 116 foals into the world, and sharing some unforgettable times with likeminded friends. Most recently however, I’ve been offered exciting opportunities to return to my former
Horses are the most beautiful creatures in the world. Many people would like to have horses, but not everyone has the knowledge and skills to breed them. And even after people have been reading and learning breed books for decades, many still feel hesitant and wondered: “Which of horse breed is best for the first time horse owners?”Here are 11 horse breeds that are traditionally recommended:
Pikhasso++ Both Khartoon Khlassic and Pikhasso++/ are purebred Arabian sabino stallions registered with the Arabian Horse Registry as well as the Pinto Horse Registry. They carry the rare sabino gene, the only "pinto" gene found in the Arabian breed. Khartoon and Pikhasso have both sired purebred Arabian pintos that have color without giving up quality.