Informational Links

We have included the below links to different associations to help you stay informed:

Click on the below links for more information


Arabian Horse Association is the place to go to find all you need to know about the Arabian horse. Whether your a breeder, exhibitor or just a lover. AHA has many programs for you to view and possibly become more involved with our great breed.


Membership with US Equestrian includes the ability to access full rankings, horse reports, and competition results.

US Equestrian’s Learning Center is your source for knowledge and information: a vast library of educational videos featuring elite athletes, trainers, and industry experts—plus extra resources.


United States Dressage Federation is everything "dressage". You will find registrations, informative articles, competitions and more.

Horseman's Distress Fund

AHDF has disbursed over $350,000 to individuals throughout the Arabian horse community, and virtually all of the money donated is earmarked to directly help our community horsemen during times of crisis. The AHDF General Fund goes towards funding AHDF in support of continuing to help those that encounter disasters of many different kinds.

All proceeds that go towards the general fund are used to help those that are in need as well as help to keep us moving forward in our missing to helping those that need a leg up. Your one time donation, or monthly recurring donation, will go along way towards our mission in making sure that there is always support from not only us, but you.

Horse Protection Agency of Florida

HPAF is located in beautiful Northwest Marion County, near the historic towns of Micanopy and McIntosh. 150 acres of lush grass provides excellent nutrition and a peaceful environment for the horses.

Horses that come to HPAF are typically malnourished, which is what comes to mind with “rescue”. However rehabilitating malnourished and neglected horses is only a small part of what HPAF does. Malnourished and starving horses receive proper nutrition, veterinary care and hoof care to bring them back to a healthy state. Then the real work begins. Almost