As a supplier of online services your privacy is very important to the Arabian Horse AssociationSM (AHA). We believe that your personal privacy is an important component to ensure continued long-term growth of this web site as part of a premier communication and business environment for the Arabian horse industry. As a customer your privacy is an essential ingredient for us to conduct business on the Internet and we take this issue very seriously.
At times we will make available the names and addresses of AHA Members to third parties for the purpose of distributing equine related literature. At no time will your phone number or email address be released to third parties not affiliated with AHA. If you wish to have your name and mailing address removed from this distribution list, please contact AHA Member Services at 303.696.4500 #2.
AHA has created this privacy statement in order to ensure your confidence in our organization and our commitment to your privacy.
- Registered horse information supplied through the registration process for Arabians, Half-Arabians and Anglo-Arabians is considered public information and is made available through "Arabian Horse DataSource."
- Names of volunteers to the association such as officers, committee chairs, show managers and secretaries, judges and stewards, and club contacts may be made available in various locations on this web site.
- Results of horse shows, program participation standings, achievement award winners and other association program results may also be displayed on this web site.
Email addresses are collected solely for the purpose of communicating with the AHA's customers via a Broadcast E-News, Flash News and for customer service issues. Email addresses are not shared with any third party at any time, for any purpose. However, AHA Member email addresses are provided to AHA Regional Directors for the purpose of publishing a directory for that region. If you wish to have your email address removed from this distribution list, please contact AHA Member Services at 303-696-4500.
AHA follows industry standards and practices to safeguard all of the information, both anonymous and personal, that we collect. AHA will provide access to personal information about you only to those AHA employees who need information to do business with you.
We use Google Analytics to collect site usage data and compile statistical reports. In addition to website analytics, Google may share with us anonymous demographic information such as age, gender, and interests.
What we collect
We aggregate both anonymous and personal data. What we collect depends on what you do when you use our web site and on what personal information you elect to give us.
We collect anonymous data when you visit our site, including your internet address, the time of your visit and the pages that you view. We use this information to monitor and improve the performance of our site so that we can continue to effectively and reliably provide AHA services for our visitors and our company.
Links to other Web Sites
Although this site contains links to other web sites, we do not accept responsibility for the privacy policies or practices or the information contained on those sites.
Correcting Personal Information
Members of AHA can modify their personal information on their individual "My Account" page.
"Cookies" are small pieces of information that are stored by your computer's browser, on your computer's hard drive. Cookies are used to enhance your online experience by speeding up navigation, remembering information such as login name, and enabling custom tailored content. In Internet Explorer, cookies are stored in a common location called "Temporary Internet Files."
If you desire not to accept cookies, the "help" link on the toolbar of most browsers will direct you on how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, or how to disable cookies altogether.
The browser cache plays an important role in providing a smooth and speedy surfing experience. The cache is a temporary holding area for images, sounds, videos, and other items that may appear on a web page that you visit. The way the cache works is by eliminating the need to re-download an image or web page if the content has not changed since your last visit.
Note: In all cases, the names "AHA" and "Arabian Horse Association" are Service Marks of the Arabian Horse AssociationSM, 10805 E. Bethany Drive, Aurora, CO 80014.