Arabian Horses originally imported into North America were characteristic of the desert horse -- prized for their hardiness, substance, versatility, stamina, soundness, athletic ability and intelligence, without sacrifice of beauty and presence. The goal is to preserve and promote these qualities valued by the early breeders of Arabian horses in
Early American Foundation Arabian Horses
Those horses whose ancestors trace 100% to the horses listed in AHR Volume V, registration numbers 1-2924. (Arabian horses found in the U.S. by and before 1944)
American Foundation Arabian Horses
Those horses whose ancestors trace 100% to the horses listed in AHR Volumes I - X, registration numbers 1-16015. (Arabian horses found in the U.S. by and before 1960)
American Foundation-Bred Arabian Horses
Those horses whose ancestors trace 75% to the horses listed in AHR Volumes I - X, registration numbers 1-16015.
Board of Directors 10
Carrie Woolverton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dianna Chapek, email@example.com
Eva Dano, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ginger Mensik, email@example.com
Karlan Downing, firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership in the AFAHA discussion group is free. Just join the yahoo listgroup set out below and feel welcome to participate, ask questions and enjoy. Preservation and Promotion of the valuable bloodlines found in the
AFAHA provides Certificates of Designation to EAF, AF and AFB Arabian horses. For more information about AFAHA or to obtain a Certificate of Designation, please contact Carrie, email@example.com or 214-418-1328.
AFAHA is an Arabian Horse Association e-club affiliated through Region 9. If you would like to make your AHA affiliation through AFAHA, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or you may join via the AHA website. We would be pleased to have you join AFAHA!
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