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Youth Nationals Moves West
Youth National Show Commission in America, working with the support and
input of the IAHA Executive Committee, announced that effective 2001, the
Youth Nationals will move to Albuquerque, New Mexico, for a three-year
period during the July time frame.
and community officials, plus the New Mexico State Fairground leaders,
have pledged significant financial support in the areas of facility rental,
grants, sponsorships and potential state funding which will be of great
benefit to both exhibitors and IAHA. Additional positive factors that favored
Albuquerque were its abundant work and warm-up areas, more space for commercial
exhibits, plenty of stabling for growth, and good weather.
has been mentioned on exhibitor surveys since the inception of the show,
so finding a venue to ease conditions for both exhibitors and horses was
a major factor in the decision. The heat index is approximately 86°
for Albuquerque during the month of July.
sees the move to Albuquerque as an overall improvement to the show and
believes the exhibitors will find summer horse showing there a pleasant
IAHA is a 28,000
member breed association that registers Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian
horses, administers more than $4 million in prize money annually, produces
national events and provides activities and programs that enhance Arabian
horse ownership. For information about IAHA, call 303-696-4500 or e-mail
What Do Successful Horse Farms Have
Can You Be Successful With Just
a Few Horses?
What Do Others Do To Attract Clients?
Arab Horse Society Stallion Testing Results
Find out who the Society recommends
as the top breeding stallions for '99
Announces Sale of Premier Stallion
Ansata Arabians has been the pivot point for some of
the worlds finest breeding programs. Recently one of their top stallions
traveled back to the desert. Here he joins the growing number of Ansata
horses which are returning to the land of their ancestors, and is expected
to make an impact there. Read
about it here.....
Event '99. 30 Year Anniversary.
Find out all about the Egyptian Event! Who won, how they
were bred, what happened of interest, and how the classes were! This candid
by our editor, Barbara Lewis, gives you the scoop.
Event '99. Through My Eyes.
by Debby Cain - Judge 1999 Egyptian Event
Have you ever wondered what went on in the judges minds
when they judge a class? Read this
article by the popular Arabian judge, Debby Cain. Here what she had
to say about judging the Event in her article, “The
Events at the Event, Though My Eyes.”