A 30-year-old Aladdinn got to be celebrated for four days straight at the 2005 U.S. Nationals in Albuquerque. People of all ages and backgrounds traveled from around the country for the chance to meet the legendary stallion. He was presented each day by Isaac Taylor (his wonderful caretaker) in a small, humble arena on the grounds to a packed-out audience of hundreds of people each day. At the end of each presentation, he stood qu ietly and patiently posed with every single person for a coveted photo with the great horse. His celebration culminated with a formal presentation in center ring on Saturday evening before the finals began. It was an incredibly emotional night. He was unforgettable. Quiet, calm, poised
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
A show with approximately 600 Arabian Horses belonging to 350 exhibitors competing in halter, cross country, performance, endurance, jump, barrels, team penning and showing an Auction that brought around US$ 1 million dollars, all being aired by a cable TV to all of Brazil.
TUESDAY MORNING - FEBRUARY 21 - EQUIDOME - 8:00 A.M. Class 189 575 HA/AA COUNTRY PLEASURE DRIVING, OPEN To be shown at the walk, normal trot and strong trot. To stand quietly and back readily. To be judged on attitude, manners, performance, quality and conformation. Prize Money $200: 1st - $60, 2nd - $50, 3rd - $40, 4th - $30, 5th - $20 NO HORSE NAME DRIVER OWNER 1189
Ruth "Bazy" McCormick Tankersley, was a devoted and loyal friend of the Arabian horse and many members of our community. Mrs. Tankersley passed away at her home near Tucson, Arizona on Tuesday, February 5, 2013. She was 91...
More than 20 nations have entered the World Arabian Horse Championship to fully celebrate this anniversary with you and to make this event an exceptional occasion to which we are pleased to welcome you.