Famous quote: Gladys Brown Edwards on the color of Arabians

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on December 4th, 2008 in General

Food for thought: 

“The Arabian is not a color breed, so markings and color are not all that important, except that the body spot has been discriminated against in the judging rules — though recently modified and accordingly, has been considered “unclean” by novices. Some the more naive — unfamiliar with the breed’s tradition of plentiful markings — have considered it a “sign of admixture.” Instead, it is more likely a sign of the breed’s antiquity. In the first place, the reason for this “anti-white” clause was to discourage production of pintos in the breed, and after decades of teaching that “Arabians are never parti-color,” it is embarrassing to admit that they are.”


Gladys Brown Edwards

“Know the Arabian Horse”

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