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40th ANNIVERSARY OF RALVON PILGRIMS INTERNATIONAL WIN AT ASCOT IN 1977.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of this wonderful Stallion’s win at Ascot in 1977. We welcome Ron and Val Males to the National Arabian stud horse show to present the President’s award this Saturday 18th of November.

RALVON PILGRIM
18.10.1969 – 22.11.1992.
Rikham (imp UK) X Trix Silver.

“His name is Pilgrim because he is going to go a long way” Val said to Ron as that chestnut colt’s head emerged at foaling, on Ron’s Birthday in 1969.
Some 8 years later, on 30th July,1977, Val wrote home from England: - “Yes it’s true – though we hardly believe it. Ralvon Pilgrim has been judged the overall winner – Supreme Champion of the International classes for Purebred Arabs at the Annual Summer Show of the Arab Horse at Ascot Paddocks, Berkshire, England.
‘PILGRIM STANDS SUPREME’ APPEARED AS A BOLD TYPE HEADING IN THE London Daily Telegraph on 1st August, 1977 … the day after Judging. This should have convinced us but even then, Ron and I were certain that we would wake up and find that the show was yet to be held.
Yes indeed …. ‘that chestnut colt did go a long way.’

ATTENTION OWNERS OF API REGISTERED HORSES

"Arabesque API sash"

Many thanks to the Farrell family of Mulawa Stud for their generous sponsorship of the inaugural Arabesque API Sash at the National Arabian stud horse show in November. This special Sash class will be a saddle class exclusively for API index horses.

These wonderful supporters have also sponsored an exclusive API East Coast cup and also an exclusive API young horse saddle class at the 2018 East Coast Arabian Championships.

Their fantastic generosity does not stop there however… They have also sponsored woollen rugs for the winners of the three East Coast cups (Purebred Arabians, Arabian derivative breeds and API horses)

The NSW AHA are extremely humbled by this extensive and generous sponsorship from the Farrell family of Mulawa Stud

NSW AHA 2017 State titles swabbing results:

Many thanks to the following horses and competitors for returning NEGATIVE swab test results for banned and prohibited substances:

*Wishlist. Owner and exhibitor Viv Motbey
*Trincada Strike Time . Exhibitor :Brooke O’Neill

The NSW AHA a is committed to providing a level playing field for our competitors.

 

 

2016 National Arabian Stud Horse Show swabbing Results:

Many thanks to the following horses and competitors for returning NEGATIVE Swab test results for banned and prohibited substances:

*Venecia MI.( NEGATIVE for Ginger) Owner: Mulawa
*Jaytee Serenity. Owner: Laura Thompson
*Girlfriend FF. Owner: September Park
*Foxwood Aztec Gold. Owner: Krystie Baker
The NSW AHA is committed to providing a level playing field for our competitors.

 

 

 

NSW AHA 2016 STATE TITLES SWABBING RESULTS:

Outstanding payments have not been received – this ban is currently indefinite until such time that all outstanding monies and awards, ribbons, sashes and trophies have been paid and returned.

* Benalbyn Rock on By ( reg no. PI24) . Owned by Naomi O'Farrell and exhibited by Courtney Larard. Tested NEGATIVE to all banned and prohibited substances.

*Heartthrob out to impress (Reg. No. HAG4) . Palomino half Arabian gelding owned and exhibited by Tracey Barnett of Trazir Arabians. Tested POSITIVE to the banned and prohibited substance, Acepromazine.
PENALTIES:
*Pay all costs in regards to swabbing.
*Ms Tracey Barnett is banned from showing at any New South Wales Arabian horse Association event from 19 September, 2016 to 19 September 2017.
* The exhibit, Heartthrob out to impress, palomino half Arabian gelding is prohibited to be shown for a period of 12 months at any New South Wales Arabian horse Association event commencing from 19 September, 2016 until 19 September 2017.
*Return any ribbons, sashes and trophies that were won at this the show. These items must be returned in good condition or the exhibitor is liable for replacement costs.

Thank you to those exhibitors that have produced negative swabs. The New South Wales Arabian horse Association is committed to providing a level playing field for its exhibitors, and will not tolerate breaches of the banned and prohibited substances rules.

Outstanding payments have not been received – this ban is currently indefinite until such time that all outstanding monies and awards, ribbons, sashes and trophies have been paid and returned.