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  • Export Fee Change and Passports
    (24-January-15 – AURORA, CO) – We are excited to share our latest enhancement regarding Export Certificates. As you may know, the World Arabian Horse Organization (WAHO) requires a Passport be issued on each horse that is being exported from the United States. We have updated our registration system to accommodate this. The Passports have turned out beautifully. The design represents the pride that we have in our horse, the United States and the Arabian Horse Association (AHA). More...

  • Half-Arabian Investigation Update – Part II
    (12-January-15 – AURORA, CO) – Previously it has been reported that following an investigation by the Arabian Horse Association's (AHA) Registry Services Department under the leadership of Debbie Fuentes, AHA's Registrar, the Half-Arabian Registration Papers for JOHNNY NITRO and QUINTESSAA were cancelled after determining the horses had no Arabian parent as indicated in their registration applications and subsequent Certificates of Registration. More...

  • Half-Arabian Investigation Update
    (31-December-14 – AURORA, CO) – Following an investigation by the Arabian Horse Association's Registry Services Department under the leadership of Debbie Fuentes, AHA's Registrar, the Half-Arabian Registration Papers for JOHNNY NITRO and QUINTESSAA were cancelled after determining the horses had no Arabian parent as indicated in their registration applications and subsequent Certificates of Registration. More...

  • Arabian horse Trainer Receives United States Equestrian Federation's, Equestrian of Honor Award
    (19-December-14 – AURORA, CO) – The Arabian Horse Association (AHA) would like to congratulate Larry Hoffman, on his achievement of receiving the United Stated Equestrian Federation's (USEF) Vaughn Smith Trophy and a semi-finalist spot for Equestrian of the Year in 2014. More...

  • Half-Arabian Mare in the Running for USEF's 'Horse of the Year' Award
    (19-December-14 – AURORA, CO) – The Arabian Horse Association (AHA) is proud to have a big, beautiful, Half-Arabian mare representing the Arabian breed as a semi-finalist for the United States Equestrian Federation's (USEF) 'Horse of the Year' award. Nutcracker Sweet PF (Undulata's Nutcracker x Ames Déjà vu) is not just beautiful, but also talented and athletic - wowing every crowd who has the honor of watching her grace a show ring. More...

  • Arabian Horse Association Announces 2014 Distance Horse of the Year Award Recipient
    (01-December-14 – AURORA, CO) – Arabian horses are known for their endurance, their beauty, and their ability to be versatile and strong. The Arabian Distance horse is no different and the Arabian Horse Association's (AHA) Distance Horse of the Year award recognizes these attributes and the significant accomplishments of an Arabian, Half-Arabian or Anglo-Arabian horse in the distance sports each year. More...

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