Arabian Horse Association of Nebraska - Dedicated to the promotion of the Arabian horse
AHAN is a nonprofit organization open to families or individuals with an interest in Arabian horses, whether or not they own one. AHAN's purpose is to encourage, promote and develop the owning, training and breeding of Arabian horses, and to cultivate a social life among members by encouraging the use of and interest in Arabian horses. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Click HERE or on the flier below to download the premium book for the Great Plains Arabian Classic and
Region 6 Off-Site Sport Horse Championships.


Entry deadline is Thursday, April 24.  Entries postmarked after April 24 will have a post entry fee added. Also the office fee increases for any post entries. 

Dressage exhibitors please note:  NO POST ENTRIES FOR GPAC DRESSAGE CLASSES.
 
AATR riders that want to ride in the jackpot classes must be entered in the class by 4 p.m. on May 9.
                                                                    
We are also looking for volunteers for the show.  Several time slots and positions are needed Thursday – Sunday.  If anyone is able to lend a hand somewhere please contact Kandi Rasmussen.  She can let you know what needs to be done and times.  Email :  rasmussen.kandi@gmail.com or call 402-312-8979.
 
Anyone with questions or if you are needing a TBA class added to the show schedule, please contact me at da63439@windstream.net or call 402-540-1763.


The first TBA class for the GPAC show will be Class 109 -- A/HA/AA Short Stirrup Reining 10 & Under



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The AHAN Lancaster Super Show One-Day Shows were held Aug. 10-11 at the Lancaster Event Center. The weekend started with a great clinic put on by Liz Bentley. There was a GREAT turnout for the two shows, with 65 horses competing, from young horses to national champions. The total number of horses was double the number from last year. Everybody had a good time. HERE are the results from judge Leon Matthias. HERE are the results from judge Annette Turnbaugh.


The 2013 Great Plains Arabian Classic is now history. Entry numbers were down, but everybody appeared to have a good time. AHAN gave away $1,000 to lucky exhibitors in jackpot classes and also provided a free exhibitors breakfast Saturday morning. The Potluck Palooza on Friday night was a success, as always.


HERE are the results from judge Jeff Lee.

HERE are the results from judge Judy Kibler.


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