Life Between The Ears
Life Between The Ears Card: Egypt
5" x 7" Horizontal Card with Bright Green Envelope
photo | Hussein A. Gazia
Copy on the Back of the Card Reads:
Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
photo © Hussein Gazia | www.instagram.com/gaziiaa/
Gazia Arabians | www.instagram.com/gaziiaa/
Located on the west bank of the Nile River near Cairo, the Egyptian Pyramids are the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and, lucky for us, avid horseman and Arabian breeder, Hussein Gazia, captured this shot from the back on one of his many beautiful Gazia Arabians.
THE ARABIAN HORSE
Theorized to be the oldest breed in the world, Arabians were constant companions of the first documented breeders of the Arabian horse, the Bedouin people; nomadic tribesmen of Arabia who relied on the horse for survival. High religious significance in addition to harsh climates often led the nomads to share food, water, and sometimes even their tents with their horses. For these reasons, the Arabian horse thrived in near isolation and is known for its sociable
personality. As religious wars erupted, the Arabian horse made its way into Europe and other parts of the world.
European crusaders crossed the lighter Arabian Horse with their heavier breeds, influencing nearly every modern breed today.
A portion of the proceeds donated to
The Equine Land Conservation Resource | saving land for horses and horse-related activities | www.elcr.org
Ride On! ™