This show brings together Arabian horse owners from across Europe and offers them a great experience. Only open to non-professional handlers, the European Amateur Cup offers a range of classes from halter, liberty, ridden and western, with a great emphasis on the performance side. With the number of amateur classes across the world are on the increase and this show provides the perfect opportunity for these handlers to showcase their skills among a supportive and appreciative audience. This show is sure to grow as the years go by as such events, purely for amateurs, grow in popularity. ArabianHorse Results. Supported by:.
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Fun Activities For Amateurs :: Arabian Horse Association of Arizona
We're thrilled to interview long-time Arabian horse judge, Peter Cameron, while he's recuperating from a few health issues. Peter is long-respected for integrity in judging, a very candid and forthright observation of the horses and riders he judged and, a long career that's well-respected, even long after his last show. Listen as Peter talks about judging qualities, integrity, amateurs, showing and running horse shows. He's candid here too, and please excuse a few background noises.
Fun Activities For Amateurs
As one of the largest breeders of Arabian horses in the world, Aljassimya Farm takes their role as a global leader seriously. The farm not only breeds Arabian horses that have won World Championships at halter and US National Championships in Performance but aims to be a force for the good in the Arabian horse world. One of these four will be at every Amateur Challenge event to assist with the overall running of thr day and to answer any questions from organisers, competitors or spectators. We are also happy to answer any questions you have about anything to do with the Challenge. Please use the contact form on this site for any query however small, we are here to help.
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