“It was not a question of beauty, but we saw in these Tahawy horses an obvious desert flair: they literally breathed and exuded in their appearance, movement and character, purebred desert Bedouin breeding. To us they were obviously asil. They differed from each other slightly in type but presented themselves as authentic Arab horses, such as we had never seen anywhere previously.”

— From “The Tahawy Bedouin and the Arabian Horse: A Journey into a Fascinating World,” page 100.

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