Arabian Horse Association of Nebraska - Dedicated to the promotion of the Arabian horse
AHAN encourages, promotes and develops the owning, training and breeding of Arabian horses and cultivates the social life among members by encouraging the use of and interest in Arabian horses. You do not have to own a horse to become a member. HERE is a membership application.

AHAN is holding a silent auction for the Arabian Horsemen's Distress Fund to benefit Eric Kobernusz, who lost his truck, trailer, show tack and many personal belongings in a fire. Here are some of the items/services that have been donated.
If you would like to donate or bid on an item, you can contact the Arabian Horse Association of Nebraska or Julie Koch through Facebook or send a message through this site. Items will be displayed at the Lancaster Super Shows Aug. 9-10 in Lincoln, with bidding closing at 3 p.m. on Aug. 10.

The Lancaster Super One-Day Shows will be Aug. 9-10 at the Lancaster Event Center. HERE is the premium list.

CORRECTION TO PREMIUM BOOK: The AHA fee per horse is $8 ($3 for recognition fee, $5 for resolution fee). The fee is incorrect in the premium book and on the entry fee. 

The following TBA class has been added: Class 71 -- Arabian Western Pleasure Select


The Great Plains Arabian Classic is now history. Entry numbers were down because of virus concerns, but those who came had a good time and some went home with big bucks in AATR jackpot classes, thanks to AHAN, the Ultimate Futurity and Jim & Judy Cada.

The show drew exhibitors from near and far, including Oklahoma, Illinois, North Dakota and Montana.

HERE are the results for Region 6 qualifying judge Gretchen McDaniel.

HERE are the results for Region 8 qualifying judge Donnie Bullock.

The Region 6 Off-Site Sport Horse and Dressage Championships were also held during the show. HERE are the results.

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