The 2013 version of the Arabian Breeders World Cup once again was host to many of the international superstars of the Arabian breed. The Arabian Horse Breeders Aliance thanks each of the exhibitors for their support of this exciting event and congratulates the breeders and owners of all the winning entries. The complete results of the seventh annual Arabian Breeders World Cup are listed below, both in PDF form and on the ArabianHorseResults.com website. ArabianHorseResults.com 2013 ABWC RESULTS in PDF Format
Dr. Nasr Marei is a world-renowned breeder, international judge, and gracious ambassador for the Arabian breed. His famed Albadeia Stud represents a family legacy of over seven decades and ten generations of Arabian horses.
The 2013 roster of World Cup Educational Seminars promises to be inspiring and enlightening.
The 2013 World Cup Prize List has been completed and is now online! Please follow the links to the Prize List page under the World Cup section of the website to download the complete prize list, entry forms, a list of Officials & Staff as well as the Tentative Schedule. Quick links to the complete Prize List and the 2013 Tentative Schedule are listed below. Several new additions and changes have been added to the schedule of events for 2013, including Legacy Futurity classes for Yearlings as well as the Fully Inclusive scoring system in the Supreme Championships on Sunday. Look for updates on all the innovations planned for 2013 and beyond!
The AHBA expresses its most sincere condolences to the family of Bazy Tankersley, who passed away on the morning of February 5th. Beloved as the First Lady of the Arabian Horse worldwide, Bazy had been at the helm of Al-Marah Arabians for over seven decades. Al-Marah can proudly boast National Champions in nearly every discipline in which the Arabian horses competes. Al-Marah is the oldest continuous private breeding program in North America, with horses of Al-Marah breeding now prospering on every continent where Arabians are owned and bred. Bazy Tankersley was the 2010 AHBA Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, honored for her devout and unwavering commitment to the advancement of the Arabian horse throughout
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by Beth Ellen Hunziker This year the Arabian Breeders World Cup celebrated its fifth anniversary! It is amazing how much the show has grown and evolved in such a short amount of time. In fact, breeders worldwide agree that the Arabian Breeders World Cup is the premier Arabian horse event in the United States, and it is rivaling the top shows in Europe, including the prestigeous All Nations Cup and the Salon du Cheval’s World Championships. Everyone who attends the Arabian Breeders World Cup has an opinion about what makes it the top show in America. However, most will agree that two of the most defining aspects of the event are the horses that are presented, and the judges who officiate the competition.