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! 

It is never easy to say goodbye to a horse. It is always painful and leaves a hole in our hearts like no other. It is probably safe to say that it is the hardest part of owning horses. This past spring, the Arabian horse community lost the Arabian stallion Beon Eternet...

February 4, 2020

In the late 90s, horse-crazy Susan Dysart Sharp fell in love with the Arabian horses of her grandparents farm. Later, when introduced to the world of rodeo, she took this love with to earn multiple Rodeo Queen titles with her Arabian horse, HAAT Maraja. Her career culm...

November 5, 2019

The ‘bloody shoulder’ marking has long been prized among those who love the Arabian horse. Steeped in legend, the marking is said to be a sign of honor and sacrifice, though the story through which it first arose varies slightly with each retelling.

Top Horse’s account...

September 27, 2019

Fifteen years ago, Debbie Alt went to the board of her local Arabian horse club to share her ideas about bringing newcomers into the breed. 

An Arabian lover herself, Debbie has known horses most of her life. “My father bought me my first Half-Arabian when I was 10 year...

September 25, 2019

Horses are some of the most incredible creatures known to man. They are personable, sensitive, intelligent and share a long history with humans; one of compassion, connection and understanding us in ways deeper than we understand ourselves.

It is no wonder why we fall i...

September 12, 2019

Prominent Arabian horsewoman Shelley Groom Trevor shares her story in her memoir A Riding Life: Memories, Dreams, Art, and Love, co-authored by Arabian Horse Life contributing writer Tobi Lopez Taylor. In 1967, Trevor became the face of Scottsdale’s well-known Brusally...

August 15, 2019

Gary Martinez was born to ride.

During the 1970s, his father became a breeder of Arabian horses and passed on his career of caring for horses to his son, who first began showing horses when he was only two years old. As a child, he mainly participated in events such as...

July 30, 2019

Karlan Downing is a long-time horse lover and competitor. From creating her first horse show when she was eleven years old to her current success in competing and winning championships, Downing went on a wild ride to get to where she is today.

“When I was, I guess, four...

March 29, 2019

Whether you plan to breed, compete or enjoy Arabian horses for pleasure, a pedigree is a valuable tool that can help you understand more about your horse and their history. Each pedigree is a record that details the ancestors of a certain horse. In many cases an Arabia...

March 19, 2019

Lifelong horse enthusiast and author Gayle Stewart recently celebrated the release of the second edition of her book, 100 Horses in History. Gayle is a recipient of the Pegasus Award from the United States Equestrian Federation, commemorating outstanding service in att...

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