January 2011 sees the fourth running of the world-renowned Al Khalediah Arabian Horse Festival. With an auction, endurance, racing and an ECAHO A class halter show, the Festival is a thoroughly enjoyable, week-long event that has become a firm favourite among the Arabian horse community.
Saturday dawned cold and drizzly but it was all roses inside the office at SMF with flowers sent by well wishers and trophies from Shai+ and other progeny; the sun came out in time for the luncheon and it became a bright and beautiful day in the valley.
Class 10 | Stallions (4-6 Years) First: Spartacus TO [Ajman Stud] Second: AJ Darrajj [Ahmed Hamad Musabeh Khalfan Almusafri] Third: Aj Dinar [Faysal Ghazi Al-Urfali] Class 11 | Stallions (7-9 Years) First: Q R Marc [Knocke Arabians Mr. Paul Gheysens] Second: Memphis 27 [Ajman Stud] Third: IM Bayad Cathare [Royal Cavalry of Oman] Class 12 | Stallions (10
By: Urszula Łeczycka
Co-translation: Joanna Krawczyk
By Beth Ellen Hunziker The Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show is considered the largest competition for Arabian horses in the world. It is 11 very full days with over 125 halter and breeding classes for amateur and professional handlers; that does not include all of the performance divisions, which we will cover in a separate story. There are several halter and breeding
Personal Profile: Debbie Fuentes By Lisa Abraham 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—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
Scottsdale’s most prestigious Arabian Horse Farms welcomed the public to experience World-renowned Arabian horses during a multi-day New Year event. The 8th Annual ArabHorse Farm Tour returned to Scottsdale December 31, 2014 - January 4, 2015. The five (5) day tour offered a rare opportunity to the public to experience the beauty, history and lifestyle of the Arabian horse up close and personal over the New Year Holiday weekend. The ArabHorse Farm Tour has become a must-attend community event. The beauty of the horses, the energy of the presentations and the class and elegance of the party spreads are unmatched by any other equine event. People travel from all over the country to the valley specifically
THURSDAY MORNING - FEBRUARY 23 - EQUIDOME - 8:00 A.M. Class 246 543 HA/AA COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE CHAMPIONSHIP, AAOTR 18-35 To be eligible, horses must have been entered, shown and judged in a designated qualifying class in the Half-Arabian Country English Pleasure section for amateurs, owners or junior exhibitors at this show. To be shown at a walk, normal