Horses are prey animals. Instead of eating other animals, horses are herbivores, eating mainly grasses and plants.
Here are some good articles about horses as prey animals and herbivores if you'd like to learn more:
The height of an Arabian does fall under the height range of a pony, it is still considered a horse. This is due to the breed's dinstictive features, such as defined musculature, dense bones and overall strength, which are not features typically found in pony breeds.
Here's a roundup of informative links about Arabians and breed classifications if you'd like to learn more:
The most common coloring for horses is bay, which is a brown coat with black mane, tail and legs.
Here's a roundup of interesting articles and blog posts about coloration of horses if you'd like to learn more:
In 1791, James Weatherby published Introduction to a General Stud Book, an attempt to collect pedigrees for past and present racehorses. In 1793 the first volume of the General Stud Book was published and became widely popular. The General Stud Book continues to be updated and published every four years by The Weatherbys Group.
Here's a roundup of links to some interesting articles if you want to learn more about the history of the General Stud Book:
The traditional Iranian sport Chogān, a predecessor of the equestrian game called polo, has been played for over 2,000 years and involves two teams on horseback competing to pass the ball through the opposing teams goal posts using wooden sticks.
Here's a roundup of interesting links if you want to learn more about the traditional Iranian sport of Chogān: