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October 2019

Arabian horses are known for their refinement, beauty, intelligence, and stamina. Not only are they considered one of the most beautiful and recognizable breeds in the world with a distinct dish face, big eyes, and high tail carriage, but Arabians make up most of the endurance racing horses worldwide. But it’s not just their physical attributes and impressive championship track record in the arena that sets them apart from the rest. Spectators to the U.S. National Arabian & Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show can sit ringside and witness the versatility of Arabians as they take center stage. Riders compete and show their beloved horses in a multitude of events including halter, reining, sidesaddle, English hunter, working cow, cutting, and so much more.
Photographer: Hannah Draughan
Model: Ashley Lounsberry with her horse Colt Forty-Five CCR

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