The official UK site for the Arab Horse Society of Great Britain. Membership, Shows, Training, Registrations, Officials, Magazine, National Show, British Arabian Championships,
JOIN THE SOCIETY OR RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP HERE BY USING THE Subscribe BUTTON
Please note that if you renew your membership part way through the year it will expire on 31st December.
2020 Voting Forms - if you would like to become a Council Member, Direct Elect for a Committe or Hon President in 2021 you application would be very welcome
The Arab Horse Society
As an employer, the Arab Horse Society has a duty of care for the health and safety of its staff. The Society also has a legal responsibility to provide a safe and secure working environment for staff and will not tolerate unacceptable or aggressive behaviour (verbal or written), from members towards the Society’s staff, particularly threatening or abusive language, personal threats towards staff or malicious allegations relating to members of staff made on social media.
The Society’s staff have the right to be treated with courtesy and respect at all times. They must be able to do their jobs without risk of physical, verbal, written or social media abuse. This sort of behaviour will not be tolerated.
STATEMENT ON 2020 NATIONAL SHOW
To confirm that the show for 2020 will be held at the David Broome Equitation Centre
To confirm that the dates for the show will be Friday 17th, Sat 18th, Sun 19th Jul
To give the reasons behind the decisions
The National Show at Malvern has had some great memories but this year the show has resulted in a significant loss to the Society – there are many reasons for this but as Trustees we cannot allow this situation to continue (it is against charitable aims to knowingly allow a loss making exercise to happen).
We considered other venues. A show ground needs to be able to offer specific criteria for it to be considered and at the right price.
There was an opportunity for several members to visit the DBEC to assess the site. It had so many positive things going for it e.g. excellent stables, large arenas with all weather surfaces, good catering facilities, excellent viewing positions etc. Financially it is without a doubt the right move. The 3 Counties were given an opportunity to compete at this price to which they could not get close to.Council really believes that this move to the DBEC will enable the Society to continue running the biggest National Show in Europe.
On behalf of the Trustees of the Arab Horse Society