Where you can learn about the Bedouin Arabian horse and those who seek to preserve it.
Today’s Al Khamsa Arabian horses comprise less than 5 percent of the registered Arabian horse population in North America. Their importance goes far beyond numbers, however, and symbolizes the proud heritage of their Bedouin-bred ancestors. Al Khamsa Arabian horses excel in sport competition, endurance, competitive trail riding and show ring events. Many serve as superb working ranch horses. The majority of Al Khamsa Arabians have amateur owners who love their rare desert treasures and consider them valued members of the family.