The Arabian English Performance Association (AEPA) is a group of professionals, breeders, owners and trainers with a passion for Arabian performance horses. The organization has created the Arabian English Pleasure Futurity, which features prize money for three separate classes: the $100,000 Arabian English Pleasure Futurity and Arabian English Pleasure Maturity for Amateurs held in Scottsdale and the AEPA English Futurity for Yearlings In-Hand, held at the Buckeye Sweepstakes Show. The AEPA utilizes its own judging criteria for the classes.
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The Arabian Horse Association (AHA) was incorporated in 2003 through a merger of the Arabian Horse Registry of America (founded 1908) and the International Arabian Horse Association (founded 1950). AHA is an equine association serving 33,000 members across North America. It registers and maintains a database of more than one million Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses and administers approximately $3 million in annual prize money. AHA produces championship events, recognizes close to 600 Arabian horse shows and distance rides and provides activities and programs that promote breeding and ownership.
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Over the course of the last 40 years, the Arabian Horse Times has grown into the most widely circulated and respected magazine in the Arabian horse business worldwide. The magazine has positioned itself as the leader in the industry with its extensive coverage of national and international events; articles that are exciting, informative and inspiring; and cutting edge marketing tools. The magazine’s leadership is committed to providing continued support to breeders, owners, trainers and others who love the Arabian horse. The Arabian Horse Times offers the highest quality services to its subscribers and advertisers with a world class publication, promotional and marketing materials and a cutting edge website that is interactive and provides global information at the touch of a button. Log on now!
The Arabian Professional & Amateur Horseman’s Association (APAHA), is dedicated to promoting and upholding a fair and level playing field in the horse show arena, to the kind and ethical treatment of the horses and people who own them and to the pursuit of excellence in all things relating to the Arabian horse industry. The APAHA encourages and rewards their members for excellence in their field of competition through their annual Horsemen’s Awards, held every February during the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show. The Association also supports their members through the Horsemen’s Distress Fund, designed to assist horsemen and their families in time of need.
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Dedicated to promoting and enhancing the opportunities for the Arabian and Half-Arabian reining horse, the ARHA sponsors the Arabian and Half-Arabian Reining Futurity at Scottsdale. Since its inception, the Futurity has resulted in hundreds of thousands of dollars in prize money being awarded. The Futurity has grown and now includes Limited Futurity, Non-Pro and Non-Pro Derby classes.
Founded in 1979, the Minnesota Arabian Horse Breeders, Inc. (MAHB) is a group of dedicated volunteers that have come together for the purpose of promoting the beauty, intelligence and versatility of the Arabian horse through the innovative Medallion Stallion Futurity program, which has become the model for successful futurity programs around the world. Working together, MAHB has built recognition of and enthusiasm about the program, providing financial and promotional value to the participating stallion owners. MAHB has produced the richest and longest-running amateur only futurity program in the world.
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The National Show Horse Registry (NSHR) was founded on August 7, 1989 for the purpose of promoting the breeding and showing of the National Show Horse (a cross between an American Saddlebred and an Arabian). The NSHR assists in the promotion of sanctioned horse shows offering local and district NSHR classes and is responsible for a yearly National Finals competition.