About Arabian horses and the people who love them!

Arabian Horse Life magazine is the ONLY Arabian horse publication that serves the entire membership of the Arabian Horse Association.  

To receive the magazine as a free member benefit, visit www.ArabianHorses.org/membership to sign up or renew! 

February 5, 2019

Long time Arabian horse lover, Wendy Tinker, is set to release her debut novel, Lost and Found, the first book in the Jillian to the Rescue! series in the next few weeks. The Middle Grade/Young Adult adventure follows the story of the unhappy Jillian, who meets and for...

January 31, 2019

The Arabian Sport Horse division focuses on the Arabian horse as an athlete, rewarding form to function. Eighteen-year-old Kobe Pielow is an avid lover of the Arabian horse and enjoys working with Arabian Sport Horses to compete in Dressage, In Hand, and Under Saddle c...

January 26, 2019

Like many others, thirteen year old Mackenzie Hike, and her cousin Jack, are lucky to call an Arabian horse their Family horse. Their brave and inquisitive nature, coupled with a strong awareness and will to please their people, makes the Arabian an ideal choice for a...

January 24, 2019

The temperatures are dropping, and the snow is falling, which means one thing, longer hours cozied up next to the fire place with your favorite shows on repeat in the background. Your fingers are wrapped around a warm mug of hot chocolate with marshmallows floating on...

January 23, 2019

Dover Saddlery was founded in 1975 by former members of the USET 3-Day Event Team, Jim and David Powers. Upon returning from the 1972 Olympic Games in Germany, Jim felt that equestrian riders in New England could use a saddlery shop dedicated to providing a broad selec...

January 21, 2019

Sisters Deanna and Dana Fout enjoy an array of activities with their Arabian and Half-Arabian horses, including mounted shooting. Mounted shooting is a competitive sport which focuses on completing a shooting pattern while riding. Horses competing in this discipline mu...

January 17, 2019

We have seen the work of talented beading artists like Lisa Binkley, Robin Atkins and Valerie Hector. Oh, but we are not done yet. Last but certainly not least on the beading artist spotlight list is teaching extraordinaire, Nancy Eha.

Unlike the other beading artists,...

January 15, 2019

After the passing of her beloved mare, Dory, Courtney Ann of Prince Edward Island, Canada, posted on an the Arabian Breeders and Owners Alliance Facebook page, hoping to find some relief from her grief through the Arabian community. “After Dory passed away, a part of m...

January 9, 2019

Please share your thoughts about the Arabian Horse Life Magazine by giving us a few minutes to complete a survey. We want to know your preferences on receiving the magazine and what topics interest you. Survey responses will be taken through January 13, 2019.

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January 3, 2019

It’s no surprise that the beautiful and versatile Arabian horse lends itself well to being an all-around partner, excelling in a number of disciplines. Sixteen-year-old Sophia Stoernell enjoys a range of activities with her Purebred Arabian gelding, Mirragio.

(Emma) Tel...

January 2, 2019

We are continuing to shine a light on some super talented beading artists. This week we feature Lisa Binkley.

Since an early age, Binkley has spent countless hours immersed in threads and beads. Throughout her life, she chose to be a self-guided student of the natural w...

December 26, 2018

There are many disciplines of artwork that have graced homes, walls, and museums all around the world. Some were created from

hobby, some by accident and others as a means to survive. For bead jewelry artist Robin Atkins, her art has been all of that and more.

Born in C...

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