About this blog

This blog is maintained by Edouard al-Dahdah, a lover and occasional breeder of Desert Arabian Horses, and otherwise an economist at the World Bank in Washington, DC. It seeks to share a passion, of course, but also to raise awareness about desert Arabian horses, their homeland and their heritage.

Arabia’s Bedouins, the nomads who are the first custodians of the breed, referred to their mares as “Daughters of the Wind”, because of their swiftness, flowing action and overall graceful appearance. This blog is dedicated to my lovely wife Delphine, to my daughter Samarcande and to my mare Wisteria CF, all three true Daughters of the Wind.

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