HomeKentucky ClubsRegistration FormsNominated StallionsShow ResultsShow Schedule

 

 

Kentucky Arabian and Half-Arabian Breeders Alliance

 

Eligibility for KAHABA Point Earning Horses

  • To be eligible horses must be foaled in Kentucky and sired by a KAHABA Nominated stallion.
  • The foaling mare must reside in Kentucky for at least 90 days prior to foaling and foal in Kentucky.
  • All eligible horses must be registered with the Arabian Horse Association as Arabian, Half-Arabian or Anglo Arabian.
  • Horses produced by embryo transfer, live cover and transported semen are eligible.
  • Horses of any age are eligible for nomination.
  • KAHABA and/or their authorized representatives reserve the right, and shall be granted the opportunity, by appointment, in a timely manner, to enter the premises of any and all participants in KAHABA to ensure compliance with program rules.

KAHABA Horse Nomination

  • All horses must meet all eligibility requirements for nomination.
  • Horses born 2013 and later; a licensed Kentucky veterinarian shall physically inspect each foal within 30 days of the day of foaling and complete a "Verification of Kentucky Foaling" form. This form is to be submitted at the time of foal nomination. The verification form will confirm that the birth of each KAHABA eligible foal occurred within the state of Kentucky out of an eligible mare.
  • Nominations may be made by any KAHABA member in good standing by submitting a copy of the horseís AHA registration certificate and a nomination application.
  • Each horse must also be recorded with the KAHABA program by payment of a $10 Original nomination fee due by March 1st.
  • After March 1st, a late fee of $50 must be submitted in addition to Nomination and Division fees, not applicable to foals born in current program year.
  • Any horse not nominated by March 1st of their yearling year will incur a penalty fee of $50.
  • Horses may be nominated by members who do not own them, but a letter of permission from the recorded owner must accompany the nomination. (If the horse is sold, a new permission letter must be signed and submitted)
  • The horse owner is determined according to the recorded ownership on the horse registration papers.
  • All earning will be paid to the member who nominated the horse.
  • Horses may be nominated for more than one division.
  • Horses do not need to reside in Kentucky to be nominated.

Annual Division Nomination Fee:

  • Show Horse Division: $20.00
  • Distance Division: $20.00
  • Race Division: $20.00

KAHABA Horse Show Division

  • KAHABA Nominated horses, properly enrolled in the horse show division and participating in KAHABA approved horse shows are eligible to earn points toward the KAHABA Show Horse Payout Program.
  • These shows are any Kentucky Fairs Horse Show Association approved shows offering Arabian and Half Arabian classes as well as any AHA approved shows existing by February 1st of each year.
  • Horses must be nominated 30 days prior to a show for points to be awarded.
  • Competition Verification Forms are available for all nominated horses and must be filed within 30 days of the end of the competition, to receive points.
  • Classes may only be approved Arabian, Half Arabian or Anglo Arabian classes fitting within the categories of:

Sport Horse (Dressage, Sport Horse in Hand and Under Saddle)
English (Pleasure, Country Pleasure, PL & CP Driving and Park)
Halter
(In Hand Conformation)

Western Pleasure
Hunter Pleasure
(rail classes only-no fences)
Specialty
(Working Western, Trail, Sidesaddle, Costume, Over Fences, Liberty, and Carriage Driving)

*(Lead line, Showmanship, Walk & Trot and Equitation classes) are not eligible.

 

KAHABA Show Horse Payout Program

There are four ways for members to earn KBIF money by participating in approved programs: Eligibility Points Program, High Point Award Program, the KAHABA T.B.A. (to be added) Classes program, and the KAHABA Production Class Program.

Eligibility Points Program

  • Points can be earned at approved shows and in approved classes.
  • These shows are any Kentucky Fairs Horse Show Association (KFHSA) shows offering Arabian and Half Arabian classes.
  • Exhibitors must be entered, shown and judged in order to receive eligibility points.
  • Exhibitors are awarded one eligibility point per horse per show.
  • Members are allowed to accumulate a maximum of 15 eligibility points per horse, per year.

 

High Point Award Program:

The high point award program is run according to the KFHSA high point program and calendar.

High point divisions are: Sport Horse, English, Halter, Western, Hunter, and Specialty.
Points may only be earned in approved Arabian or Half Arabian/Anglo Arabian classes and are awarded as follow:

First Place or Champion- 10 points
Second Place or Reserve Champion-7 points
Third Place-5 points
Fourth Place- 3 point

Please note: The above points are for the High Point Award Program ONLY and do not qualify as KAHABA Show Horse Payout Points.

  • A maximum of 40 High Points will be allowed per horse per show for this program.
  • The year end high point champion from each division will receive 5 KAHABA Show Horse Payout Points for the program.
  • The year end high point reserve champion from each division will receive 3 KAHABA Show Horse Payout Points for the program.

TBA Classes for AHA Approved Shows:

KAHABA encourages AHA approved shows to purchase and add KAHABA approved TBA classes to their existing shows. (Regional and National Championships shows are excluded)

  • These TBA classes are worth one KAHAB TBA Payout point to every nominated Kentucky bred horse placing 1st thru 4th in the TBA classes.
  • These KAHABA TBA classes may be purchased for $50.00 per class by show management of AHA A rated shows.
  • KAHABA TBA Classes will be available for purchase beginning November 1st

The following Arabian and/or Half Arabian/ Anglo Arabian classes may be purchased from KAHABA:

-A maximum of 5 Sport Horse Classes
-A maximum of 5 English Classes (Pleasure, Country, Driving, Park)
-A maximum of 5 Halter classes
-A maximum of 5 Western Classes
-A maximum of 5 Hunter Classes
-A maximum of 5 Specialty Classes
-A maximum of 5 High Point Classes
-A Maximum of 5 Supreme Champion

KAHABA Production Class Program:

A portion of KHABA general funds will be allocated for shows chosen each year by the board, in which KAHABA Production Classes are offered.

Eligibility as is follows:

  • A Kentucky bred purebred Arabian foal 3 (Three) years and younger can enter the class.
  • A Kentucky bred Half Arabian/Anglo-Arabian foal 3 (Three) years and younger can enter the class.
  • Entries must be enrolled for the Kentucky Breeders' Incentive Fund through KAHABA, only foals with completed forms and payment will be eligible to show.
  • 4 horses or more in a class: 1st place-40%, 2nd place- 30%, 3rd place- 20%, and 4th place- 10%
  • 3 horses in a class: 1st place-45%, 2nd place- 35%, and 3rd place-20%
  • 2 Horses in a class: 1st place-60%, 2nd place- 40%
  • 1 Horse in a class: 100%
  • Each horse that participates in the class will also received credit for an Eligibility Point.
  • These classes will be judged as halter classes.
  • For more information about rules and procedures for these classes go to the KAHABA website and click on the link for production classes on the home page.

KAHABA Distance Division

  • KAHABA nominated horses must be properly enrolled in the distance category and may earn points in the division by competing in any of the distance disciplines currently recognized by AHA.

Included are:
Competitive Trail
Endurance
Ride and Tie
Mounted Orienteering

  • To be eligible for nomination into the KAHABA Distance Division a horse must also be enrolled in the AHA Open Event Incentive Program (OEIP). OEIP enrollment is free to any AHA member in good standing. For information about OEIF, please visit:www.arabianhorses.org/activities/incentiveprograms/oeip.asp or contact AHA. Any ride, race or other event sanctioned at the national, regional or local level by AHA through the OEIP shall be deemed an eligible event for the purposes set forth in the document. Horses must be nominated 30 days prior to an event for points to be awarded.
  • Competition Verification Forms are available for all nominated horses and must be filed within 30 days of the end of the competition, to receive points.

Examples of approved host organizations include:

The North American Trail Rider Conference
American Endurance Ride Conference
National Association of Competitive Mounted Orienteering
The Ride and Tie Association
South Eastern Distance Riders Association

A complete list of approved host organizations is available at: www.arabianhorses.org/activities/incentiveprograms/oeip.asp 

KAHABA Distance Payout Program

AHAís online OEIP point calculator will be used to calculate program points.

AHAís online point calculator factors in successful completion of a ride, race or open event in addition to the finish or placing of the horse.

Points earned through OEIP will count one for one in the KAHABA Distance Points Payout Program.

The maximum number of KAHABA Distance Payout Points which can be earned annually be any horse enrolled in the distance division is 25.

KAHABA Racing Division

  • KAHABA nominated race horses must be properly enrolled in the racing category to be eligible for KAHABA payout points. Points will only be awarded in Arabian Stakes Races and are as follows:
  • Win - 3 points
  • Place - 2 points
  • Show - 1 point

Whenever a horse finishes a race, they will be awarded 1 point and this additional point will also be provided to the horses that wins, places or shows in the race. Any Arabian stakes race held in Kentucky will be worth triple points. Annually, the maximum number of points a horse can earn in the racing division is 25 points.

Stallion Nomination

  • A stallion must reside in Kentucky for at least 30 days prior to nomination to qualify as standing in Kentucky.
  • A stallion location verification form must be signed by a veterinarian and submitted, declaring the stallionís location standing at stud.
  • Eligible stallions must be nominated by a KAHABA member in good standing.
  • Stallions may be of any breed and must be registered with an equine association registry.
  • A copy of each stallionís registration papers must accompany his application along with appropriate nomination fees.
  • Stallions can be nominated by members who do not own them, but a letter of permission from the recorded owner must accompany their nomination.
  • The stallionís owner is determined according to the recorded ownership on his registration papers.
  • Stallions recorded owner does not have to reside in Kentucky.
  • The stallion nomination period is January 1st through November 1st.
  • If a previous stallion nominator chooses not to renew the annual nomination by January 31th, any KAHABA member in good standing may do so until November 1st.
  • A letter of permission from the stallionís owner is not required to renew a nomination if the current owner chooses not to renew the nomination by the January 31th deadline.
  • All annual nomination renewals are due March 1st or a $50 late fee will be incurred.
  • If a stallionís nomination is not renewed, all of his foals currently nominated in the KAHABA program will not retain their eligibility.

Stallion *original nomination fees:

Standing in Kentucky $50.00
Standing outside of Kentucky $250.00
Late fee postmarked after March 1
st $50

Stallion annual* renewal nomination fees:

Standing in Kentucky $20.00
Standing outside Kentucky $100.00
Late fee postmarked after March 1
st $50

Nominated Stallion Earnings:

  • Earnings will be 1 % of KBIF funds earned by his enrolled offspring.
  • Any Nominated Sire earnings will be paid to the currently listed nominating member.

KAHABA Stallion Owners Jackpot

  • A percentage of KAHABA general funds will be set aside to fund a Stallion Ownerís Jackpot.
  • The names of all KAHABA Stallion nominators as of November 1st will be placed into a jackpot drawing.
  • A random Stallion nominators name will be drawn from this jackpot and be awarded with the monies set aside for the KAHABA Stallions Owners Jackpot. (Owner does not have to be present to win.)

KAHABA Registered Breeder

The purpose is to provide incentive for breeders of Arabian, Half Arabian and Anglo Arabian horses residing in Kentucky to continue breeding Kentucky Bred Arabian, Half Arabians and Anglo Arabians.

KAHABA Registered Breeder eligibility:

  • Breeder must be a resident of Kentucky
  • A Breeder must be a member in good standing of KAHABA
  • A Breeder must be the recorded owner or documented lessee of mare at the time of breeding.
  • Nomination period in January 1st through November 1st
  • All annual breeder renewals are due March 1st or a $50 late fee will be incurred.

Registered Breeder Fees:

  • Original Breeder Fee $50.00(includes breeder registration fee)
  • Annual Renewal Fee $20.00 (due by March 1st of each year)
  • Late fee postmarked after March 1st $50

Registered Breeder Earnings:

KAHABA Registered Breeders will receive 10% of KBIF earnings for any nominated horse they bred.

KAHABA Breeders Jackpot

  • A percentage of KAHABA general funds will be set aside to fund a Breeders Jackpot.
  • The names of all KAHABA registered breeders as of November 1st will be placed into a jackpot drawing.
  • A random breederís name will be drawn from this jackpot and be awarded with the monies set aside for the KAHABA Breeders Jackpot. (Breeder does not have to be present to win)

Key to Abbreviations:

AHA- Arabian Horse Association
KAHABA- Kentucky Arabian and Half Arabian Breeders Alliance
KBIF- Kentucky Breeders Incentive Fund
OEIP- Open Event Incentive Program
TBA- To Be Added

 


 


2014 Breeders2013 Members2014 Nominated Horses
 

CONTACT US:  Jennifer Hudson at horseofyourdreams@yahoo.com

 

 

  Copyright 2008-2014 by KAHABA