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Useful Links

There are many sources of interesting materials related to The Crabbet and other Arabians. We hope you find these useful.

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Where you can learn about the Bedouin Arabian horse and those who seek to preserve it.

We are a not-for-profit organization of enthusiasts, devoted to preserving the horse of Bedouin Arabia. We pursue this goal through education and research in a non-competitive social climate which draws admirers of such horses together with the interest of fitting the Bedouin horse into western life.

Making Dreams Possible... Every Day

AHA is the official Arabian horse breed association and registry in the U.S. and Canada, with more than 26,000 members and more than 1 million registered Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses. 

The official UK site for the Arab Horse Society of Great Britain.   Membership, Shows, Training, Registrations, Officials, Magazine, National Show, British Arabian Championships

The Australian AHS

Arabian Horse Registry, Membership, competitions and Championships

The Arabians of written record

Interesting site with plenty of well written academic articles with a focus on CMK Arabains

Preserving the heritage of the Crabbet & Old English Arabian

The Crabbet Organisation aims to promote and support the traditional Crabbet and Old English Arabian descended from the great early breeding programmes in the UK. The Crabbet Arabian Stud, founded in the 1870s by Lady Anne and Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, provided the majority of these early bloodlines but Hanstead, Courthouse and Barton Lodge added key lines to the gene pool which greatly benefitted the breed.

Promoting the preservation breeding of 100% Crabbet Arabians

Promoting 100% Crabbet Arabians in Australia

The Davenport Arabian Horse Conservancy is a 501(c)3 non profit corporation founded in 1994.

A Davenport+ horse is 50% or more Davenport by pedigree. They are often, but not always, purebred Arabians.

The purpose of the Conservancy is, through educational, research, and charitable activity, to enhance public awareness and appreciation of the Davenport Arabian horse as Homer Davenport knew it, with emphasis on its usefulness, aesthetic merit, historical tradition and appropriate place in contemporary Arabian horse breeding. The term “Davenport Arabian Horse” is defined as a horse which traces in all lines of descent to the horses registered by The Arabian Horse Registry of America as imported directly from Arabia to the United States by Homer Davenport in 1906.

Competitive Long Distance riding and pleasure rides

Endurance GB is the National Governing Body for the sport of Endurance Riding. It encompasses 23 local Groups throughout England and Wales who organise social events and rides from 8km (5miles) which are non-competitive or social/training rides, right up to 160km competitive rides (100 miles) for the most advanced horse and rider - we pride ourselves on offering a full calendar of events for every level and ambition of rider.

Welara Sport Pony, Welsh and Arabian Foundation stock

The Welara is combination of the Welsh pony, and the Arabian horse. NO other breeds or bloodlines involved. They can range in size from 46 inches (11.2 hands) to 60 inches (15 hands) at the withers.

Lexington Kentucky

“The mission of the International Museum of the Horse is to educate the general public, equestrian and academic communities about the relationship between humans and the horses throughout world history.”

The IMH is the largest and most comprehensive museum in the world dedicated to exploring the important history of all horses and their impact on human civilisation. Through its ever-growing library and archives, it also serves as a resource for scholars and researchers throughout the world.

Opened in 2010, the Al-Marah – Arabian Horse Gallery is an exciting exhibit that utilizes both interactive technology and historical art and artifacts to teach visitors about the history of the Arabian horse. 

SOFI is the established parent organization for breeders of Sheykh Obeyd Arabian horses throughout the world.

We warmly invite you to explore this web site at your leisure in order to learn more about this unique group of Arabians which represents the very pillars of Egyptian Arabian bloodstock.

Founded in 1970, the World Arabian Horse Organization is a registered charity with its headquarters in the United Kingdom.

'WAHO has the responsibility of ensuring that standards acceptable to all our Registering Authority Members are established and maintained in the matters of regulations, methods of registration and production of Stud Books.

We are an international horse charity that improves the lives of horses in the UK and around the world through education, campaigning, and hands-on care.

Our mission is to work with horses, horse owners, communities, organisations and governments to help improve welfare standards and stamp out suffering in the UK and worldwide.

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