By Edouard Aldahdah
Posted on August 12th, 2009 in General
Also from “The Authentic Arab Horse”, but from Lady Wentworth, this time..
“Ears: these are all-important. A stallion’s ears should be small, exquisitely shaped, sharply cut, and thin at the edges. They should be also of marvelously delicate modeling, beautifully chiseled, the tip delicately turned inwards, the points being very sharply defined. Hearing is very acute and sensitive, lop ears are unknown and slack ears are a very bad fault. A good head can be discounted by badly carried ears.”