Arabian Horse Month started in 2015 as a way to share and honor the Arabian breed with fellow horse enthusiasts and newcomers and to challenge others to do the same. We are challenging everyone dedicated to Arabian horses to share their wealth of knowledge with newcomers during this month.
Throughout the month of May, Arabian Horse Association (AHA) staff will be participating in events, fundraisers, and online conversations and contests to promote the breed and get our members and followers involved. Our goal is to bring awareness to the breed and educate new, potential horse enthusiasts about the Arabian and how they can get involved.
For the third consecutive year, AHA staff will be participating in the Furry Scurry, a local fundraiser designed to raise money and awareness to dogs, cats and horses without homes. All of the funds raised by AHA staff will benefit the Harmony Equine Center, a local rehabilitation and adoption facility for horses, ponies, donkeys and mules.
AHA will also be partnering with Hope Reigns Arabians, LLC. in Franktown, Colo. for a day filled with knowledge and appreciation of the Arabian horse. More information can be found on the website as it becomes available.
For more information on Arabian Horse Month and how you can get involved, visit arabianhorses.org/arabianhorsemonth.