It occurred to me that while I've seen a few Arabian templates, and some for specific strains, I haven't seen any for Egyptian Arabian subtypes, probably because that's just, like, absurdly specific. So, naturally, I decided that I just had to make them. Downloads include a list of CC used in each horse with links.
- Don't claim coats or templates as your own
- Feel free to modify conformation, coats, etc. as you see fit
- That's literally all
IMAGES & DESCRIPTIONS
KUHAYLAN: Kuhaylan type horses appear muscular, compact, and of symmetrical, rounded outlines. Their silhouettes tend to flow from head to tail. They are deep in the chest and broad fromt the front and rear views. The back seems very strong with the body being deep. The muscles seem round and distinct, the gaskins and forearms are broad and strong. Angles in the quarters are relatively closed. Head carriage is moderately high, and the body and neck do not appear long. In general no one feature stands out as prominent over others. The head has very detailed facial features (prominent veins, tear bones, wrinkled skin, etc.) with extremely broad forehead and great width between the eyes and jaws, very large eyes. Ears seem relatively small. Their disposition is gentle and kind. Kuhaylans combine beauty and muscular strength, and make excellent all-around saddle horses. (from allworldacres)
SEGLAWIYAH: The Saqlawi appear to be more elegant and refined than the Kuhaylan, almost feminine in appearance. Neck and tail carriage are higher, with the neck extremely so, muscling is flatter and less prominent. The Saqlawi is narrower from front and behind, with straighter hind legs. They travel with their hocks closer together. Bone structure appears finer, and neck, back, pasterns and ears seem longer. The front end of the horse appears more prominent. The head is very slightly narrower and longer in appearance, but with more bulge between the eyes. The Saqlawi are often 'hotter' in temperment than the Kuhaylan. In color, the Saqlawi tends to a higher percentage of chestnut, with more white markings. They are showier than the Kuhaylan in movement, with 'Saddlebred style'. They may be extremely fast. (from allworldacres)