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! 

Hope, Healing and Hooves, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization, is now in its fifth year of serving our community. Hope, Healing and Hooves, Inc. (“HHH”) was created from a passion for helping at risk and low-income children by providing an equestrian program that encourages...

February 27, 2020

Liz Bentley comes from a family of horse addicts. From breeding to showing professionally and as a hobby, she is more than well-versed in the world of Arabian horses.

“As a family, we got into it when I was about five years old,” Bentley said. “We got a pony, of course....

February 21, 2020

Every year an online auction is held via Facebook. Breedings, services and items are provided by the Arabian Horse Community to be auctioned off, with half of the proceeds going to fund prizes at that year's Sport Horse National Championship Show. Conceived and organiz...

January 14, 2020

The Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center (CTRC), a nonprofit organization based in Longmont, Colo., has been assisting people with mental and physical disabilities through equine assisted therapy since 1980. Every year, CTRC hosts a fundraising event called Paint the Pon...

December 24, 2019

In 1980, the community of Longmont, Colo., grappled with a need to serve people with disabilities and special needs. They gathered in a park, equipped only with some volunteers, a few horses, and the unwavering persistence to help people. The therapeutic riding program...

December 12, 2019

Since she was three years old, riding has always been part of Ana DiGironimo’s life.

Like most children, she began in a lesson program, and from the beginning, her passion for riding was evident. She was a member of the Fox and Hounds Pony Club, so she dabbled in a bit...

November 22, 2019

Every woman’s beginning in horseback riding, be it casual riding or competition, comes from a long-lived love of horses. Patience Prine-Carr is no different. She recalls being around horses for most of her life, and she has an extensive background in riding and competi...

November 7, 2019

Dressage is a challenging sport. Commonly translated to “training” in French, it is considered a form of art due to the meticulous moves to execute required of both rider and horse. With a rich history extending back to Greek horsemanship, the earliest accounts of hors...

October 22, 2019

Horse shows are exhilarating and terrifying. From the competition to the judging, from the costumes to the immaculately executed moves and tricks, riders have an overwhelming array of factors to consider when preparing for a horse show. One mistake can catch the judge’...

October 8, 2019

Sanoma Blakeley, an eighteen-year-old from Terrebonne, Ore., accomplished what she had wanted to do since she was a kid - become a Tevis Cup champion.

One could say she was meant to win the Tevis Endurance Ride, especially given her family’s history with horses and raci...

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