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  • 2022 Show Photo Galleries Added! +

    2022 Show Photo Galleries Added!

    We have added some show photos to the 2022 Region 5 Championship Show and 2022 Region 5 Off-Site Sport Horse Championship pages.

    See the excellent quality of arabian horses presented at this year's shows.

    View the Championship Show  page

    View the Sport Horse Championship page


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  • 2022 Region 5 Weekend Horse Camping - Info and Reservation Form now online! +

    September 30 - October 2, 2022
    Region 5 Weekend Horse Camping
    Washing State Horse Park
    Cle Elum, Washington
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    This is a fun, scenic, opportunity to enjoy your horse and beautiful Eastern Washington in the early Fall. Trail access offers choice of difficulty to all riders.
    The weekend will start with a potluck Friday at 6:30pm with all other meals provided.

    Click here to view flyer and reservation form
  • Region 5 Scholarship Initiative +

  • 2021 Year End High Point Awards - Final Results +

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    2021 Year End High Points results are Verified!

    The final Year End High Point standings are posted. A big congratulations to everyone who participated!


    Click here to view the results


  • Region 5 Youth win the 2021 AHA Youth of the Year and First Runner Up! +

    Region 5 Youth win the 2021 AHA Youth of the Year and First Runner Up!

    Arabian Horse Association (AHA) youth members are exceptional! The Youth of the Year Award honors one outstanding youth member who exemplifies character and dedication to excellence in this or her academic and community achievements, as well as contributions to the Arabian horse industry and AHA.In 2021, one candidate distinguished herself with a passion for the Arabian horse breed in bringing industry individuals together to help others.

    Sophia HuffmanAHA is proud to announce Miss Sophia Huffman, from Lewiston, Idaho,  as the honored winner of the 2021 Youth of the Year Award. Sophia receives the Youth of the Year perpetual trophy as well as a $5,000 scholarship from the Arabian Horse Foundation. Sophia is a member of the Emerald Empire Arabian Horse club and Region 5.

    Compassion, humility, and motivation are the foundation of this young woman’s approach to life. She is currently enrolled in a Dual Credit program at Lewis-Clark State College, allowing her to gain college and high school credits at the same time. She is a Certified Nursing Assistant and works in a local nursing home. Though this position has been one of the most challenging for Sophia, she says that serving her community in this way has taught her to be patient, thorough, and compassionate in everything she does.

    Moreover, our Youth of the Year has and is an important part of the Arabian Horse Youth Association. She competed in the Youth Judging Contest earning her first National

    Title as the High Individual Overall. She believes that involvement at any level is important as it improves not only our own lives, but the lives or others through the work that we do when we are involved in something worthwhile.


    Grace Smith
    Ms. Grace Smith from Region 5 is the first runner-up for Youth of the Year. She receives a $1000 scholarship sponsored by The Arabian Horse Association. 
    Grace has been a big part of AHYA in and out of the show ring. She has served as the Region 5 Co-Director, leading her fellow youth in multiple fundraisers and prides herself in making sure all the youth of her region are encouraged and feel included. She now serves as the AHYA Vice-President and cannot wait to do everything she can to make a positive impact. Beyond this Grace is very active in her school clubs, being an officer in the Future Business Leaders of America club at her school. She has helped lead numerous community service projects and volunteers weekly in a kindergarten classroom to help a student with special needs. Along with all of Grace’s service activities and horse activities Grace also plays on a club Softball team and has shown her leadership as a team captain numerous years.
  • Region 5 and it's new 501(c)(3) Status +

    2021 REGION 5 BOD Letter - October 11

  • Region 5 Youth - 2021 Lectures Series - Equine Chiropractic and Acupuncture +

  • Region 5 Youth - 2021 Lectures Series - Horse Breeding 101 +

  • 2021- Region 5 - From the desk of Carrie Olson +

    From the desk of Carrie Olson - Region 5 Director

    August 9, 2021

    Dear Region 5 Arabian horse enthusiasts,

    As most of you are aware, the AHA BOD passed some new qualifications which go into effect in the 2022 competition year. Since there is some discontent and angst over this action, I would like to make a few points of order:

    1) The motion to put new qualifications into play was actually passed at the November 2020 board meeting (see Motion#27-11/1/20-BOD), with the fact that the qualification chart, however amended, would be voted on by the BOD at the August 6, 2021 meeting. 

    2) The AHA survey that was sent out on August 2, 2021, immediately after the Town Hall meeting, was responded to by 928 members, or only 8% of the current AHA membership. The question that asked - Do you support eliminating all qualification requirements?, was virtually a 50/50 split. Unfortunately, the survey was a given too short a time period.

    3)  Also keep in mind that any shows that you went to this year, still do count for qualifications going forward. And they still allow the open show qualifications for dressage classes.

    Once the CAC (Competition Advisory Committee) began working on revising the qualification chart in March, they did bounce it to the BOD a few times, we gave input and they revised again. Then once it got out “onto the street” and shared - they did take many things into consideration, such as: the welfare of the horse, the amount of time/money people can spend to get qualified and the fact that we are coming out of a pandemic. 

    Is it all perfect? No. Does it still need some re-working? Yes. That’s where I ask for your input. Let’s go forward and make some positive suggestions and/or comments about what you want to see changed or offer up a solution. 

    Please send me an email or give me a call. I would be happy to listen and chat.

    Lastly, I also want to encourage all of you to opt-in to AHA emails, to ensure that you are included in future important emails and surveys. 

    The link to do that is here: https://www.arabianhorses.org/additional/news/

    Thank you for your time and being a lover of the Arabian breed!



    Region 5 director



  • 2021 Region 5 Trail Ride +

    Region 5 Trail Ride

    August 27-29

    WA Horse Park

    Cle Elum, WA

    Reservations due August 13

    Registration Form

    Please send in your registration form ASAP - August 13

    Do not make reservation with the horse park, Tague will take care of stabling and RV slots.

    Please reach out to Tague with any questions or special requests.



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About Region 5

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The Arabian Horse Association's Region 5 encompasses Alaska, Washington, Northern Idaho, and Western Montana. Region 5 has earned the respect of Arabian horse competitors across the country. Whether for show, endurance or dressage, horses from the Pacific Northwest are among the best in the nation. The quality and caliber of our Region 5 horses are evident by the results of highly competitive shows such as the U.S. Nationals, Canadian Nationals, and Scottsdale.



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