Arabian Horse Association of America Mission Statement The Arabian Horse Association of America is a non-profit organization that is comprised of Arabian horse owners, breeders and enthusiasts from around the world. We are dedicated to the promotion and breeding of Arabian horses on an international basis through breeding programs, competitions. Our activities and fund raising efforts are focused on the enjoyment derived with the Arabian horses and we endeavor to: Promote breeding, competition and education of the Arabian Horse. Be instrumental in the perpetuation and longevity of the Arabian horse.
Be a part of the Scottsdale Arabian Squad! Have Fun and make new friendships by joining the Arabian Horse Club. Your first year of membership is free to new members that are not yet showing. With a membership, you will be invited to activities and meetings with fellow Arabian horse lovers. No matter your skill level we would like to include you in our fun and educational activities. No horse is necessary! Click here for Membership application: Youth_Membership_Application-Fillable_Form Some of the fun activies our AHAA Youth Group is involved in: Youth parties & games at the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, Arabian Breeder Finals & Amercian Cup Championship Fall youth party at McDonald's ranch
Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show Greatest Show On Earth By Linda White Something irresistible was attracting out-of-towners to the Valley of the Sun long before the mountains, lakes or rivers there even had names. Like so many things, just how long before is open to debate. According to Archbishop James Ussher, prelate of Ireland, the world was created on Saturday, October 9, 4004 B.C.E. Archaeologists and geologists have since taken issue with Ussher's calculations, technology's having advanced considerably since 1654. Despite Ussher's fervent insistence to the contrary, estimates now have Homo sapiens wandering into the valley in search of big game sometime between 10,000 and 14,000 years ago. Those
Arabian Horse Association of Arizona Taryl O'Shea - Executive Director E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 480.515.1500 Reita Lathrop - Commercial Exhibitor Coordinator/Membership Assistance E-mail: email@example.com Tel: 480.515.1124 Janie Halferty - SSS and Breeders Club Programs/Corporate Sponsor Coordinator E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Amateur Committee of the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona is committed to the education and support of the amateur owner in the care, use and enjoyment of the Arabian horse.
Understanding the Different Performance Disciplines at the Scottsdale Show The Arabian - Throughout history this unique breed has kept its legend alive. The Arabian horse has had a strong presence throughout much of recorded history, with rulers, nomads, and prophets all proclaiming their admiration for the breed. Today, the Arabian’s beauty, confirmation and history still inspire horsemen all over the world. Description A subject of more equine are than any other breed and admired worldwide for his beauty and athleticism, the Arabian horse is so distinctive that most horsemen can easily pick him from a herd. Attributes include a dished face, large, black expressive eyes set wide apart; arched neck with
- 2 passes to the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show
- Invites to all AHAA organized events
- AHAA newsletter
- Discount on membership with AHA
Board_of_Directors_Press_Release_2019_2020 Arabian Horse Association of Arizona Vision & Mission Statement Vision Statement To expose and encourage involvement with Arabian Horses to as many people as possible. Mission Statement The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona is a non-profit organization that is comprised of Arabian horse owners, breeders and enthusiasts from around the world. We are dedicated to the preservation of the Arabian horse through educational programs, competitions, activities and promotion. The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona efforts with will focus on: Education: ownership and the welfare of Arabian horses Promotion: breeding, competition & ownership
Since 1955 the Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show has set the pace in the Arabian horse world. The first show was held at the grounds of the Arizona Biltmore Hotel which was a beautiful setting for a horse show. The Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show was a first class show from the very first day. After the show's beginnings at the Arizona Biltmore, Ann McCormick bought 150 acres in Scottsdale and made it into the horse facility known as Paradise Park which served the needs of the show for many years. Since that time, the show has been held at Westworld in Scottsdale. It has grown from 50 horses to over 2000 horses bringing top owners, trainers and breeders from around the world competing for a chance at winning. A win at Scottsdale