We are pleased to extend our invitation to you as we solicit sites for the staging of the Sport Horse Arabian and Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show.
We are prepared to issue a multi-year contract beginning in the year 2019 to the organization which can provide the best facilities and services for the preparation and operation of our show. Typically, the show is held over a period of five to six days with two to three move-in days beginning in mid- September and requires a minimum of 750 stalls, 3 dressage rings 1 Hunter/Jumper, 1 show ring , and 4 warm-up arenas. The show switches East to West Coast every other year. Odd years are East Coast rotation, even are West Coast rotation.
Feb 20, 2017, 11:11
AHYA is Building Future Leaders of the Arabian Horse Industry
The idea behind these scholarships, is to encourage the youth to participate and have an active role in AHYA, as well as develop them as future leaders. With the right funding, we would like to award a $1,000 scholarships to each Regional Director and $1,500 to each Executive Officer. We are hoping to start this scholarship fund with $22,000. We would like you to join us in providing opportunities to reward those outstanding youth members who are the future of our breed. Below are the requirements for a Youth Regional Director to earn a scholarship.
Feb 20, 2017, 11:07
A Celebration of 50 Years: The Arabian & Half-Arabian U.S. National Championships Wrap Up in Tulsa
(11-NOV-16) – AURORA, COLO. – The 50th Anniversary of the Arabian Horse Association’s (AHA) U.S. National Arabian & Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show wrapped up two weekends ago at Tulsa Expo Square in Tulsa, Okla.
Over 1,751 horses and 7,000 exhibitors, support staff and participants flocked to Expo Square to celebrate 50 years of U.S. National Champions. Nearly 3,246 stalls were used for horses, elaborate barn set-ups and temporary living spaces. Owners and exhibitors hailed from 46 U.S. States and five Canadian provinces, with several horses coming from overseas to exhibit. The Tulsa Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (CVB) estimates that the Arabian U.S. National Show brings, on average, $35 million to the city of Tulsa each year.
The nine-day horse show is the most prestigious North American championship in the Arabian horse industry. The event ran from October 21-29 and boasted in excess of 18 different disciplines displayed in nearly 200 classes for Purebreds, Half-Arabians/Anglo-Arabians, professionals and amateurs alike. Nearly $1 million dollars in prize money was awarded through various class sponsorships, specialty classes and AHA’s prize money programs, the Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes and Performance and Halter Futurities and Maturities.
Nov 14, 2016, 09:40
Making Dreams Possible... Every Day
The Arabian Horse Association (AHA) was formed in 2003, as the result of a merger of the Arabian Horse Registry of America (founded in 1908) and the International Arabian Horse Association (founded in 1950). The purpose of formulating AHA was to create an organization of like-minded Arabian horse enthusiasts, and provide a focal point for their favorite recreational or competitive activities. AHA is the official Arabian horse breed association and registry in the U.S. and Canada, with more than 26,000 members and more than 1 million registered Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses. The AHA Registry was created in 1908 and was formerly known as the Arabian Horse Registry of America.
Oct 20, 2016, 09:36
Arabian Horses In the City - Taking Center Stage at the Rolex Central Park Horse Show
New York, N.Y. - The Arabian Horse Association (AHA), Aljassmiya Farm and the Rolex Central Park Horse Show (RCPHS) are proud to present the 2nd Annual Arabian U.S. Open on Wednesday evening, September 21, 2016, at the Rolex Central Park Horse Show. The Rolex Central Park Horse Show runs September 21-25, 2016, at Wollman Rink in Central Park.
Arabian horses will take center stage opening night of the show. The athleticism and diversity of the breed will be shown through a variety of classes. Halter/In-Hand classes will portray these amazing horses as desirable breeding stock. Intelligence and grace will be displayed through elegant western horses, exquisite hunter horses, and mannerly country horses.
Aug 16, 2016, 12:59
US Nationals Arabian Show News
New for 2016!
The Yearling Classes are restricted to Breeding Entries only and must qualify by placing Top Ten in a Regional Yearling Sweepstakes Class.
Cutting Futurity horses must be shown in a snaffle or hackamore.
Arabian and Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Trail Futurity classes have been combined
May 10, 2016, 09:37
Arabian Horse Registrations
|Purebred Arabian Registrations|
Apr 17, 2016, 09:52
The AHYA Raffle is Back: Dever Golf Car Sales & Rentals Partners with Arabian Horse Youth Association
The Arabian Horse Youth Association (AHYA) fundraising raffle is back! This year, AHYA will be selling raffle tickets for a chance to win another Dever Golf Car, donated in part by Dever Golf Car Sales & Rentals.
As one of the AHYA’s largest fundraisers of the year, this year’s raffle item is made for ‘on the farm’ endurance and grit, and ‘at the show’ comfort and style. The 2016 E-Z-GO Valor Limited Edition Cargo Golf Car with a black exterior, a 45” top/roof and seats, comes equipped with head and tail lights, a 4” lift kit with 23” all terrain tires and 12” aluminum wheels.
Apr 17, 2016, 09:31
AHA Future State: A Forward Look at Event 3
(06-APRIL-16) – AURORA, COLO. – In January 2016, AHA rolled out the guest pages of their new website, hosted at the same domain, https://www.arabianhorses.org. AHA’s new website rebuild is part of a three year plan for AHA business transactions and financial system infrastructure upgrades, known as ‘Future State.’
Future State is projected to last through the year 2018 and is an implementation of new AHA business rules, including customer initiated, real-time, web delivered transactions; automated transactions to eliminate paper and speed up completion; the simplification of all business interactions with AHA members and customers, and much more.
Apr 17, 2016, 09:29
ARABIAN MAKES HISTORY AT THE STALLION PERFORMANCE TEST
ARABIAN MAKES HISTORY AT THE STALLION PERFORMANCE TEST
In a venue dominated by large warmblood stallions, there stood out a powerful gray Arabian. FCF Oberons Vanity, owned and bred by Dawn Jones-Low of Faerie Court Farm in Vergennes, Vermont, showed them how performance testing is done!
The North American 70-Day Stallion Performance Testing is a time-tested method, based on the European system, for evaluating a breeding stallion's character, rideability and athletic ability. They are ridden by test riders in dressage, jumping and cross-country in addition to utilizing the jump chute. At the end of the testing, judges issue each stallion an index score in Rideability/Gaits, Jumping, and Overall. Stallions over the age of 5 receive a penalty of 5%.
Feb 28, 2016, 17:15
Happy Holidays from International Training Center
North Arabians International Training Center & Arabian Expressions wish to welcome you to Scottsdale in 2007
Our 2007 list of Events
Enjoy champagne, cocktails, bloody marys and snacks, while getting the first look at some of the most spectacular Arabians Scottsdale has to offer. Come and find your 2007 Scottsdale Show contender. 11AM-3PM January 13-14th
ITC and AE are holding a halter schooling seminar and Amateur mock show with Greg and Sandro. Friday will be the meet and greet, Saturday the seminar and amateur simulated show also there will be showing of the sale horse on Sat. evening during the party. Sunday is open for private consultation.
Feb 9, 2006, 11:10