Founded in 2020 in Aukrug (Schleswig Holstein) our society wants to bring the more than 200 year old Shagya-Arabian horse into the focus of public attention and to raise the enthusiasm of amateur equestriennes, equestrians and carriage drivers for the Shagya-Arabian as modern riding and sport horse!
Jumping – Dressage – Eventing – Carriage Driving – We want to demonstrate that the Shagya-Arabian is the right partner for equestriennes, equestrians and carriage drivers on amateur level.
Competitions where the Shagya-Arabian is at the heart of the event.
Seminars and informative meetings informing about the Shagya-Arabian as historical horse breed and the versatility of the Shagya-Arabian as modern riding and sport horse.
Public appearances of Shagya-Arabians in show acts during competitions and events.
Especially young equestriennes, equestrians and carriage drivers through holding training sessions and clinics with the associations own trainers and by promoting tournament participation.
The Shagya-Arabian Horse
Historical Horse Breed
Size, frame, bone strength and rideability in combination with the nobility and stamina of the arabian horse. With this combination in mind the Shagya-Arabian (schagja-arabian) has been bred since 1789. Until 1978 the breed has been known as “Araberrasse, but was renamed after one of the famous founding stallions in.
Today most Shagya-Arabians live a quieter life as reliable partner for leisure riding and affectionate partner for their human family. But these versatile horses with their extraordinary willingness to perform are also the ideal partner for equestriennes, equestrians and carriage drivers on amateur level!
Refiner in Warmblood Breeding
Shagya-Arabians have helped shaping the modern warmblood and have passed on their willingness to perform and endurance through the generations. No matter if you look at Ramzes AA, Bacchus Z, Habicht or White Girl, they all directly decent from a Shagya-Arabian.
21. to 23. July 2023
Jumping & Dressage Competition
"Arabische Sportpferde im Norden"
Our third live event for arabian sporthorses (Fullblood-Arabian, Shagya-Arabian, Arabian, Anglo-Arabian and Arabian Partbred (at least 25% arabian blood)) will take place 21st to 23rd July 2023 and will be arranged alongside the dressage competition of Reitverein Aukrug.
Please note: Only classes 17 to 29 are part of the competition for arabian horses!