Asils are Arabian horses from the Asil region in Khuzestan.
Rock carvings of horses have been found in the area that date back 5,000 years.
Like many different types of Arabians, strains were developed by different
families and breeders. They are raised for racing, transportation, and
Asil horses have an average height of about 14.3 hands and
are built for speed and stamina; they are quick and efficient. Their traditional
colors are chestnut, gray, or bay. They are Spirited, intelligent, and bold.