Arabian Horse Cups in the USA

The Arabian Breeders World Cup (ABWC) was born out of the passion and admiration that American breeders hold for the Arabian horse. Inspired by a European horse show that exuded celebration and joy, the ABWC was established to create a glamorous and exciting event in the United States. Since its inception in 2007, the ABWC has garnered international support from the Arabian horse community, becoming a prestigious world-class extravaganza held annually in Las Vegas.

A key innovation of the ABWC is the "World Cup Scoring System," a modified evaluation model that sets a standard for excellence in judging Arabian horses based on specific categories. Over the years, the Arabian Breeders World Cup has evolved into a platform for breeders to come together, share their achievements, and strive for excellence in their endeavors.

The Arabian Breeders World Cup is not only a showcase of the Arabian horse's beauty and history but also a family-friendly event open to the public, inviting everyone to be inspired by these majestic creatures. In line with its mission, the Arabian Horse Breeders Alliance aims to unite breeders worldwide, promote Arabian horse ownership, and uphold ethical standards in breeding and competition.

March 28-30, 2024 The Emirates Arabian Horse Global Cup (EAHGC) makes its debut in North America, offering breeders and owners the chance to participate in a Global Cup on the annual international calendar with substantial prize money. The EAHGC North American Championship will be held in conjunction with the Arabian Breeders World Cup, marking a significant milestone as the first ECAHO (European Conference of Arab Horse Organizations) -sanctioned event in the USA. This collaboration underscores a shared commitment to promoting the Arabian breed on an international stage and igniting interest in these remarkable horses across the globe.

A total of ten shows will be included in the Emirates Global Cup Tour annually in six regions worldwide: two in the Middle East – Bahrain and Oman; two in North Africa – Egypt and Morocco; three in Europe – France, Denmark and Czechia; and one each in Australasia (Australia), South America (Brazil) and North America – joining forces with the Arabian Breeders World Cup in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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