Season Begins for ARO at Wolverhampton with Wathba Stallions Cup

26 April 2021, UK ~ The Arabian Racing Organisation (ARO) welcomes the first of five Wathba Stallions Cup races which start the new season on Wednesday April 28th at Wolverhampton. The seven-furlong maiden race has attracted ten runners and is part of the HH Sheikh Mansoor bin Zayed Al Nahyan Racing Festival, a supporter of UK…

Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain to Commence Regional Racing Talks in 2021

26 April 2021, Gulf Countries ~ The leaders of three major GCC horseracing jurisdictions are set to begin a dialogue aimed at the development of a coordinated regional racing offering. The racing clubs in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are to schedule talks in the coming months covering topics such as coordination…

USEF Announces Updated Competition Spectator Capacity

Apr 14, 2021, USA ~ US Equestrian is pleased to announce that beginning 3 May 2021, licensees of USEF competitions are permitted to welcome a limited number of spectators back to their competitions. Dr. Mark Hart, USEF Chief Medical Officer stated, “In the spirit of moving our sport forward and recognizing the ever-changing dynamics of…

New And Exciting Magazine ~ The Arabian Bloodstock Companion

Mares and foals

What bloodlines are winning? Which breeding will give you the best chance for success? Need to lease a mare? Arabian Finish Line and Horsereporter are offering a second exciting publication in 2021, the Arabian Bloodstock Companion. Created with the same high quality paper and style as the annual Stallion Guide, the Arabian Bloodstock Companion will…

Take a Gallop Through the Woods

Trips and Travel – Stay on this Arabian Horse Farm in the South of France It will soon be time to travel again – Belgium natives Wim and Karolien Strobbe-Heyns are living their dream, combining their love of Arabian horses and their hospitable natures to run a breeding/training facility and a BnB from their restored…

In Memoriam: FEI Pays Tribute to Prince Philip

Prince Phillip

9 April 2021, Lausanne (SUI) ~ Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle in England. His death, at the age of 99, was announced by Buckingham Palace. He was the longest serving FEI President (1964-1986) and was succeeded in this role by his daughter Princess Anne, the Princess…