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ARABIAN horses are particularly intelligent in comparison to their equine brothers of other breeds, says Top Fancy Arabians owner Susie Johnson.

“They expect to be noticed, can succumb to boredom and seem to go through the ‘terrible twos’,” Ms Johnson said.

“However, they are endearing and great companions.

“Top Fancy has a twenty-seven year old gelding called Rosardo who had a successful show career participating in dressage, jumping, hacking and endurance events.

“As you wonder around Top Fancy you see young horses with similar breeding to Rosardo and realise quality horses like this are on tap,” Ms Johnson said.

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