Amirah (Princess Leader) ~ Named after the historical arabian mare: Amirah is a true pure blooded Arabian of the Abeyan strain. The Bedouins, wanting to stay on the very powerful Britain's good side, offered King Arthur the mare as a gift for his stables. As a rule, war mares carried no price so Amirah was a most honored gift. To Bedouins no greater gift could be given than an Arabian mare, and Amirah was very special as she is a direct descendant of the original bloody shouldered mare.
Marwari stallion by Manu Sharma. Marwari comes from Marwar region, India. It's supposed to be an old breed together with its probable ancestor Kathiawari. There are 4000 years old paintings with curved-eared horses. Once the Marwari was very priced animal in India and also British army used it as a cavalry mount. When Brits left India and cavalry was considered old-fashioned, lots of Marwaris were lost. Luckily some families continued breeding and the breed is now saved.