Morab Horses are a combination of Arabian and Morgan horses.
The name "Morab" was first used by publishing mogul William Randolph
Hearst, and Morab Horses were originally used as harness horses.
Morab Horses bond unusually well with humans, and are considered a good
horses for use in riding lessons and instruction. Morab Horses
are usually solid-colored but often have white spots on their
face. Morab Horses have only been around since the late 19th
Century, and are thus a relatively new breed of horse. Morab
Horse breed registries have only existed since the 1980s. Morab
Horses for sale are widely available. You can find a Morab Horse
for sale from a breeder, and Morab Horses for sale can also be found
from local owners and on the internet. Be sure to get to know
your Morab Horse before you bring it home.