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Arabian Foal

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Original price $3.99
Current price $1.99
SKU 153705

Historically, Arabian Foals were the result of intense, selective breeding by their Bedouin masters, who were quite particular about which horses should be allowed to breed and carry on the line. Their distinctive shape is evident even in newborns.

  • Scientific Name: Equus caballus
  • Characteristics: Foals always look gangly because their long legs appear to support undersized bodies, but this feature allows the young to walk and run from birth. This well-muscled Arabian Foal is ready for action.
  • Size and Color: A sleek black coat contrasts with a splash of white between the Arabian’s eyes and down its muzzle. The Foal figure is 3 ½ inches long and 3 inches tall, about the size of a softball.
  • The Arabian Foal is part of the Winner's Circle collection.
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free.
  • *Please note, this item is a Hot Deal. It cannot be returned or exchanged. The discount you see cannot be combined with any promo code or other offers.


Arabian Horses were bred and raised by the Bedouins of Arabia originally, and their harsh climate led to a strong horse with several unique characteristics. First, because the desert nights were often so cold, horses would sleep in tents with their owners, leading to a gentler, milder breed. Also, because the nomads so desired a horse that could travel great distances, Arabians were bred for long-distance endurance. Today, thousands of years after they were domesticated, Arabians are still known as gentle horses perfect for distance riding. In fact, the American Endurance Ride Conference has estimated that nearly 90% of its members ride Arabian or part-Arabian horses, a testament to the breed’s enduring abilities.

  • Recommended Age: 3
  • Size in cm: 9 L x 2.2 W x 8 H
  • Size in inches: 3.54 L x 0.87 W x 3.15 H
  • UPC: 095866153700
Harsh desert conditions often required Arabians to live in the tents of their Bedouin masters. Arabians developed high intelligence and a close affinity to man.