He is turning every bit like his dam, a fortress of a mare, which died this summer after inhaling a suspicious chemical gas near Aleppo, but he is more refined than her. I love his high withers. Click on the photo (by Fabienne and Severine Vesco) to enlarge it.
This blog is maintained by Edouard al-Dahdah, a breeder and lover of Desert Arabian Horses, and otherwise a Senior Economist at the World Bank in Washington, DC, and as of June 2013, in Cairo, Egypt. It seeks to share a passion, of course, but also to raise awareness about desert Arabian horses, their homeland and their heritage. Keep reading and I will keep posting.