The Arabian is a horse breed available in Star Stable: The Winter Rider and Star Stable Online.


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Star Stable World - Arabian Thoroughbred

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Meet the UPDATED Arabians! 😍🐎⚡ - Star Stable Breeds

Timeline

Date Development
December 6, 2013 A teaser image of the G1 Arabian is released on SSO's social media pages.
December 17, 2013 Another teaser image of the G1 Arab is released on SSO's social media pages.
December 18, 2013 Three variations of the G1 Arab are added to the game.
January 29, 2014 Two additional variations of the G1 Arab are added to the game.
February 19, 2014 Two additional variations of the G1 Arab are added to the game.
November 12, 2014 One additional variation of the G1 Arab is added to the game.
September 24, 2015 A trailer of the G1 Arab was released on SSO's social media pages.
June 5, 2017 A teaser image of the G2 Arabian is released on SSO's social media pages.
June 7, 2017 Three variations of the G2 Arab are added to the game.
July 5, 2017 Three additional variations of the G2 Arab are added to the game.
April 21, 2021 The G3 Arab is teased in a silhouetted image on SSO's social media with a release date given as May 5, 2021.
April 22, 2021 The G3 Arab is officially revealed in a teaser image on SSO's social media.
April 27, 2021 The G3 Arab is teased in an image on SSO's social media.
April 29, 2021 The G3 Arab is teased in an image on SSO's social media.
May 4, 2021 A trailer for the G3 Arab is dropped on SSO's social media accounts.
May 5, 2021 The G3 Arab is added to the game.

Description

"The Arabian Thoroughbred is one of the most famous breeds in the world. They are lively, friendly, and very intelligent. The Arabian Thoroughbreds are descended from the horses used by the Bedouins that believed that their horses were a sacred gift from God. Arabian horses are muscular with small, strong hooves." - Gen 1 Description - Star Stable Online

"The Arabian Thoroughbred is one of the most famous breeds in the world. They are lively, friendly, and very intelligent. The Arabian Thoroughbreds descend from the horses used by the Bedouin tribes who believed that their horses were a sacred gift from God. Arabian horses are muscular with small, strong hooves." - Gen 2 Description - Star Stable Online

"From the glossy sheen of its coat to the iconic slope of its face, the sight of an Arabian horse is sure to amaze. They are one of the most renowned and striking horse breeds in the world, with a distinct history and origins."

"As the breed is so ancient, the exact origins of the Arabian horse are shrouded in mystery. The earliest reports of the Arabian horse can be traced back to 2500BC, where pictures of the ancestors of this breed were painted onto rocks in the Arabian Peninsula."

"The Bedouin people historically favored these horses, and tht love is the main reason the genetic purity of the breed has been maintained for so long. In the Islamic world, the Arabain horse is revered throughout history, in legends, and sacred texts."

"Bred for endurance in harsh desert climates, the Arabian is small, almost dainty, in structure with a distinctive head and high-set tail. Purebred Arabian horses have coats in black, grey, and roan, but never in colors that carry dilution genes, such as buckskin or palomino."

"Modern-day Arabians can be found across the world and excel in a variety of disciplines, such as racing and show jumping. They are particularly good at competitive trail and endurance riding due to their superior stamina."

"It is said that the Arabian studbook on Jorvik dates back to Jarlaheim's founding, when Jon Jarl, impressed by the speed and grace of these 'desert dancers,' added them to the royal stable."

"So if you're looking for a highly intelligent companion that never ceases to impress, you're sure to find a friend in the Arabian horse." - Gen 3 Description - Star Stable Online

The Walking Rear

The Arabian can perform a special move called the Walking Rear. The animation can be activated by pressing the spacebar, but only when standing still, otherwise the horse will jump instead of performing the move. Only the Gen 3 Arabians can perform this move.

Unique Features

Hairstyles

Gen 1

Two unique hairstyles can be purchased for the Gen 1 Arabian at the Horse Stylist.

  • Straight
  • Wavy

Gen 3

One unique hairstyle can be Purchased for the Gen 3 Arabian.

  • Banded

Colors, Pricing, and Locations

Generation 1

The Gen 1 Arabian Thoroughbreds are sold for 250 SC. All nine variations can be found at Ferdinand's Horse Market.

  • Bay
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Brown Leopard
  • Chestnut
  • Dapple Grey
  • Flaxen Chestnut Rabicano
  • Light Flaxen Chestnut
  • Light Grey

Generation 2

The Gen 2 Arabians cost 485. The six variations are found in the following locations:

  • Black - Paddock Island
  • Cherry Bay - Paddock Island
  • Chestnut - Paddock Island
  • Dapple Gray - Paddock Island
  • Dark Bay - Firgrove Village
  • Light Grey - Paddock Island


Generation 3

The Gen 3 Arabians cost 950 SC. With the exception of one variation, all of them can be found at the Goldspur Farm.

  • Bay
  • Black - Fort Pinta
  • Black Rabicano - Unavailable
  • Liver Chestnut
  • Dapple Grey
  • Flaxen Chestnut Rabicano
  • Fleabitten Grey - Unavailable
  • Light Flaxen Chestnut
  • Light Grey

Trivia

  • Around the February 21, 2018 Wednesday update, the Brown Gen 1 Arabian went missing from the game due to a bug in Ferdinand's Horse Market's programing. As of the September 12, 2018 Wednesday update, this has since been fixed.
  • Despite the G1 and G2 models being called Arabian Thoroughbreds, there are no Arabian registries that recognize the breed by this name. There are two likely explanations:
    • Arabian Thoroughbred is the long name for the breed known as the Anglo-Arabian (a cross between an English Thoroughbred and an Arabian), and the two breeds may have been confused with one another when being translated from Swedish to English.
    • Many languages do not differentiate the term "purebred" (full blood) and "thoroughbred" despite purebred meaning "any breed of horse whose dam and sire are the same breed, and thoroughbred meaning "a specific breed of horse used generally for racing." Thus many languages call the breed the Arabian Purebred. Sweden is one such language and when translating the game from Swedish to English, the translation team may have mistakenly translated "Arabiskt Fullblod" (Arabian Purebred), to Arabian Thoroughbred.
  • The Brown Leopard Gen 1 Arabian, is technically a fictional color, as purebred Arabians do not carry any leopard complex (Appaloosa) modifier genes.
  • While technically a genetically possible outcome of a purebred Arabian, the Gen 2 Cherry Bay would most likely not be accepted into any registries. This is due to its "bald" face and socks "above the knee" which are undesirable traits as they can indicate a carrier of a pinto gene.
    • This would be, however, a registrable color on a Pintabian.
  • The Arabian is known for their ability to flag their tails due to a combination of a short dock (tail bone) and high set of the dock itself.


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