Arabian Breeders World Cup
The Arabian Breeders World Cup held each year in April, is one of the premier purebred Arabian horse shows in the world. With Las Vegas as the backdrop, the event is truly an "International horse show" that will unite breeders worldwide. It is a showcase for the natural beauty, nobility, excitement and unique characteristics of the Arabian horse.
Arabian Horse Association of Arizona
Arabian Horse Association of Arizona Since 1955 the Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show has set the pace in the Arabian horse world. It has grown from 50 horses to nearly 2000 horses bringing top owners, trainers and breeders from around the world competing for a chance at winning.
Arabian Horse Association of Florida
The history of the Arabian Horse Association of Florida dates back to the early 1950's when a group in south Florida who loved the Arabian horse banded together to plan the future of the Arab in the state. Among those active in organizing the association then were Mrs. Diane Schwartzberg, Mr. and Mrs. John Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smathers, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Flick and Ms. Liz Langford. Shortly thereafter the Florida Association became a member of the International Arabian Horse Association. The primary purposes of the Florida Association are to promote the Arabian horse in the state, to maintain the annual high point awards and futurity programs and to encourage shows throughout the state.
Arabian Horse Association of Michigan
The Arabian Horse Association of Michigan (AHAM) is a statewide organization dedicated to encouraging good relations among our members and to aiding and encouraging the breeding, exhibiting, use and perpetuation of the Arabian Horse.
Spirit Acres Farm Equine Rescue & Sanctuary
Spirit Acres Farm Equine Rescue &amp; Sanctuary is located in Montgomery, Texas. Our resident population of 50 horses plus, includes all breeds and ages. We provide care of any horse, its mental and physical health will be attended and their stay with us may be permenent as we do retire horses here. But there is no time frame for a horse to recover and finally be prepared to be adopted or fostered, it is the horses needs that is our focus always. Volunteers are us, and we do train and maintain a small staff. In our hope to educate and open minds to the needs of the horses now and the future. We try to share in our community providing a place for youth at risk to come and serve and learn how this bigger picture of life at the farm includes