National Events

The Arabian Horse Association produces four premier National Championship shows and one National Endurance ride that truly showcases the 'best of the best' of the Arabian horse breed.

 

AHA's National Championships feature a variety of prize money and rewards programs, so be sure you are signed up for futurities and sweepstakes prize money for applicable classes! We look forward to the adventure with all of you!

 


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Youth & Mid Summer Nationals

 

Youth Nationals was initiated in 1993 as a premier youth event. Mid Summer was added in 2020 to expand the participation.

 

 

 

Canadian Nationals

 

Established in , Canadian Nationals offers a full range of classes for both adults and youth with a Canadian flair.

 

 

         
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Sport Horse Nationals

 

From dressage to hunter jumper to pleasure carriage driving and much more.

 

 

 

Ranch Horse Championship

 

Features a complete slate of ranch horse versatility classes.

 

 

         
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Distance Nationals

 

This event offers a 50 mile, 100 mile endurance ride and a competitive trail ride and so much more.

 

 

 

U.S. Nationals

 

Come see the best of the best. 

 

 

 

 

Equine Biosecurity Protocols

As members of the horse show community, we are constantly putting our horses at risk to contract infections from unknown sources. Please check with the local facility, county and/or state regarding guidelines. In addition, please check areas where you may be traveling through or laying over.

Early identification and reporting of ill horses is critical in order to trace possible points of exposure and to aid in the prevention of further spread of the disease. You should contact your veterinarian immediately for testing if a horse begins to display any symptoms of EHV

Below are some best practices you can implement immediately:

 

  1. Review and ensure you are prepared for quick implementation of an isolation plan at a competition grounds and/or at your home farm or facility
  2. Check your horse's temperature twice daily and maintain a temperature log
  3. Isolate horses at first signs of symptoms or illness and contact your vet immediately
  4. Keep separate feed buckets, brushes, rags, and tack/equipment for each horse
  5. Ask your veterinarian about appropriate cleaning solutions
  6. Eliminate communal or shared water troughs and buckets
  7. Practice hand washing in between handling horses
  8. Maintain social distancing for horses; limit nose to nose contact with other horses at the ring
  9. Ensure your horse is vaccinated for EHV (Rhinopneumonitis vaccine) in line with GR845
     

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