The Arabian Breeders World Cup is proudly celebrating its 5th anniversary in on April 14-17th, 2011. What began with an enthusiastic idea to bring an international style show to North America, the Arabian Breeders World Cup has evolved into one of the premier Arabian horse events on the annual worldwide calendar.
Imagine discovering a quiet, cul-de-sac street of 5-acre lots, that hosts some of the finest Arabian Farms in Scottsdale. This is "Arabian Park Drive", a private location just 10 minutes from WestWorld, home to several of the most prominent area farms. This special property has never before been on the market and is priced to sell at $1,695,000 . Equestrian
SCOTTSDALE, AZ - 2 ACRE RANCH WITH SPECIAL USE PERMIT NOW OFFERED FOR $1,295,000 Located just minutes from WestWorld Equestrian Center, this picture-perfect ranch is truly a "Hidden Oasis". The well laid-out facility is walled with gated entry, creating an ideal sense of privacy. A custom-built Santa Fe-style home with stylish, rustic ambiance
When the current EHV-1 outbreak began, horse owners were initially advised to avoid nonessential transport of their animals to reduce the risk of exposure to, or spread of the virus among, the horse population.
Due to recent cases of Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (VEE) in Southern Mexico, horse owners and veterinarians are encouraged to be alert to any clinical signs of illness that could indicate VEE. Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis (VEE) is a non-contagious viral infection of horses and other equids that can cause a severe and often fatal encephalitis/encephalomyelitis, which is defined as an inflammation of the brain and spinal cord.