Dorsett Arabian Horse Farm
Ann Dorsett, 169 Russell Mill Road, Woolwich Township, NJ 08085
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Arabian Horse Farms
169 Russell Mill Road
Woolwich Twp, New Jersey
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Ann Dorsett of Dorsett Arabian Horse Farm is a Certified Member of the Mentor Farm Program. This is formal program sponsored by the Arabian Horse Association. The mentor program is designed to introduce newcomers to the Arabian Horse Breed. Dorsett Arabian Horse Farm serves as a local resource for people interested in visiting an Arabian horse farm or who have Arabian horse related questions
Arabian Horse Association: Enter a world where the time you spend with an Arabian horse is the best part of your day. With 46,000 members, the Arabian Horse Association (AHA) provides many opportunities for you to tap into the Arabian horse lifestyle. AHA is a full-service breed association and registry for owners of Arabian Horses, Half-Arabian Horses and Anglo-Arabian horses. The Pyramid Society: As the most enduring Arabian Horse Breeder's Organization, The Pyramid Society is world renowned for its dedication and efforts to promote those rare and treasured Arabian Horses whose bloodlines trace back to the deserts of Egypt and Arabia. The Pyramid Society was founded in 1969 by a few insightful and devoted Arabian Horse Breeders within North America, who were determined to protect the heritage of the Egyptian Arabian Horse. The United States Equestrian Federation is formerly the American Horse Shows Association. If you plan to show your Arabian Horse at breed shows, you need to be a member of this organization to compete at most events.
Excerpt: "As the United States Equestrian Federation is the National Governing Body (NGB) of Equestrian Sport in the United States we will inspire, encourage interest in, and regulate equestrian competition by ensuring the safety and well-being of horses, regardless of value or competitive level; ensure the enforcement of fair and equitable rules and procedures up to and including the preparation for the Olympic Games; and, endeavor to advance the level of horsemanship in the United States."
The Registry: Arabian Horse Association - AHA This is a service for Arabian Horse Breeders which verifies and maintains records on all purebred Arabian Horses in the USA and Mexico. The Registry runs the Data Source service which lists almost all the registered Arabian Horses in most of the world, their owners, their progeny and their ownership history. The registry also offers other services for members.
IAHA was the composite of all the Arabian Horse Clubs in the USA that promoted the Arabian Horse to the public. Membership in a local club included membership in the International Arabian Horse Association, also recognized as the IAHA. IAHA Maintained the registries of Half-Arabian Horses and Anglo-Arabian Horses. The IAHA oversaw Arabian Horse Shows and ran several awards programs. IAHA has become the Arabian Horse Association
- To devote the collective interest of the Mid-Atlantic Arabian Horse breeders and admirers toward the improvement of the breeding and training of Arabian horses.
- To provide facilities for gathering together for exchanging ideas pertaining to Arabian horses.
- To promote and manage exhibits and shows for the education of those interested.
Ann Dorsett serves as the Mid-Atlantic Arabian Horse Association's Chairperson for the Horse Placement Project. A group of members assist the SPCA in finding homes for confiscated neglected or abused Arabian and part Arabian Horses ... and sometimes other breeds in need, too!
11/2004 During The Gloucester Board of Agriculture Dinner Ann Dorsett is presented with a service award for her work on The Horse Placement Project.
Al Khamsa is a non-profit organization devoted to the preservation of the horse of Bedouin Arabian, as recognized by Al Khamsa, through education and research in a non-competitive social climate which draws admirers of such horses together with the interest of fitting the Bedouin horse into western life.
The Al Khamsa Organization is considered the reference source for horses trace in all lines to the desert.