World Arabian Horse Organization (WAHO)
Organisation mondiale du cheval arabe
1970 London UK
Founded by a meeting of fourteen Arabian horse societies. Constitution adopted at 1st Conference, May 1972, Seville (Spain).
Preserve, improve and maintain purity of blood horses of the Arabian breed; promote public interest in the science of breeding Arabian horses by continuing the introduction of Arabian blood into breeding of light horses.
Events2022-10-08 | Amman, Jordan – Biennial Conference
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General Meeting; Executive Committee; Executive Committee Emeritus; Executive Secretary.
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