2016 Arabian Breeders World Cup: Las Vegas!
2016 Arabian World Breeders Cup By Lisa Abraham The Arabian Breeders World Cup (ABWC), which took place from April 14 th -17th, celebrated its tenth Anniversary as one of the world&rsquo;s most important Arabian horse shows. Once again our global community gathered in Las Vegas, at the South Point Hotel &amp; Casino, to enjoy both each other and &nbsp;top level halter competition. Muntaha Kahook, of NK Arabians (Jordon) shared, &ldquo;My husband Nofal and I attended the ABWC for the first time this year&mdash;and it was truly an amazing experience. The warm and elegant atmosphere reflected an inviting, family affair. The show was well organized; the activities were continuous; the horses were of high quality;
THE 2016 ARABHORSE SCOTTSDALE FARM TOUR
The 2016 Arabhorse Scottsdale Farm Tour: Celebrating The New Year with Arabian Horses By Beth Ellen Hunziker &nbsp; It was difficult to tell what everyone enjoyed most &ndash; the beautiful Arabian horses, the brilliant sunshine, the lavish hospitality, or celebrating the New Year with friends. The Ninth Annual Arabhorse Scottsdale Farm Tour offered all this - and more. The tour showcased twelve farms over four days with two additional farms welcoming visitors by appointment. It was a fun-filled whirlwind of a weekend with great energy, camaraderie, and mutual support from some of the top Arabian horse facilities in Scottsdale. Scott Bailey, of Arabhorse.com, initiated the Farm Tour in 2008. Since then,
A Personal Profile: Debbie Fuentes
&nbsp; Personal Profile: Debbie Fuentes By Lisa Abraham &nbsp; &nbsp; I met Debbie Fuentes, the Registrar of the Arabian Horse Association (AHA), several years ago in Paris, at the Salon Du Cheval. After classes one day, Anna Bishop, the Executive Director of The Pyramid Society, introduced us. Of course I was thrilled to meet her, since, like everyone else, I had a registration issue to discuss with her&mdash;right off the bat. As I quickly and happily discovered, Debbie is always prepared to handle AHA issues. She carefully listened, made notes and, after returning home, addressed the matter for closure. Since that time Debbie and I have become close friends, sometimes even traveling to shows together. One