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  • Half-Arabian DNA Testing Required for Halter Futurity
    & Performance Futurities and Maturities at 2015 National Shows

    (20-March-15 – AURORA, CO) – The Arabian Horse Association's (AHA) Board of Directors (BOD), at their March 2015 Board Meeting, passed a motion that requires mandatory DNA testing for all horses competing in the Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Halter Futurity classes at Canadian and U.S. Nationals; as well as all horses competing in the Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Performance Futurity and Maturity classes at U.S. Nationals, in 2015. More...

  • Important Information Regarding
    Arabian Horse DataSource™ Application for Smart Devices

    (20-March-15 – AURORA, CO) – As of March 19, 2015 the contract between the Arabian Horse Association (AHA) and Hochstetler Technologies regarding the maintenance, marketing efforts and support for the Arabian Horse DataSource™ Application, used on mobile devices, was mutually dissolved. More...

  • AHA's Youth Nationals Returns to OKC in 2016
    (3-March-15 – AURORA, CO) – The Arabian Horse Association (AHA) is excited to announce the return of the Arabian & Half-Arabian Youth National Championship Horse Show to State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Okla. for 2016-2018. The 2016 show runs from July 23-30. More...

  • Bringing Regional and Continental Pride to a U.S. National Halter Championship Title
    (23-February-15 – AURORA, CO) – Excitement, travel and U.S. National halter pride have all been wrapped up into an exciting package designed to bring added prestige to the halter ring during the Arabian Horse Association's (AHA) U.S. National Championship Horse Show. Thanks to the hard work of the AHA Breeding/In-Hand Committee, the U.S. Nationals In-Hand Ad-Hoc Committee, the U.S. Nationals Show Commission and other AHA leadership, there are exciting changes on the horizon for this year's in-hand community. More...

  • A Look towards Change: AHA Formulates In-Hand, Ad-Hoc Committee
    (12-February-15 – AURORA, CO) – In an effort to add new heights of excitement to the Breeding In-Hand portion of U.S. Nationals, Arabian Horse Association (AHA) President, Cynthia Richardson has formed an ad-hoc committee to address new ideas and initiatives. More...

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