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Use and characteristics of the Half Arab
Selective breeding to produce a half Arab can be an informal, even a one-off event. However, some crosses have become so well-established that they have taken on the status of a breed, with dedicated registries. The Anglo-Arabian is probably the best-known example for riders looking to buy a half Arabian. This is a cross between an Arab and a Thoroughbred. For registration purposes, the genetic percentage of each breed represented in the parents varies from country to country. In the USA, for instance, all registered half-Arabs must have one purebred Arab parent. If breeders sell a half-Arab with two half Arab parents, it cannot be registered with the Arabian Horse Association of the USA. Genetic outcomes such as strength or appearance are therefore only part of the issue in breeding half Arabs. The other part relates to meeting the registration requirements of the appropriate national or regional Arabian horse organisation, which many owners of half Arabs wish to do. Many of these registries have dedicated sections for half Arabs and partbred Arabs.