The Arabian Horse Breeders Alliance (AHBA) is excited to announce the return of the Arabian Breeders World Cup at the Polo Fields of WestWorld in Scottsdale. The esteemed show will run from Thursday, March 31 to Monday, April 4 and will showcase the best the breed has to offer in an unparalleled venue.

The Arabian Horse Breeders’ Alliance aims to enhance the Arabian horse experience by showcasing this unparallel horse in a vibrant show with exciting competition. This year’s event will include a mix of American and international judges to continue to refine the judging process and create an international standard.

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Inspired by the passion for the Arabian horse, the Arabian Breeders World Cup is a show that offers an exciting escape. The focus for this year’s event will be to roll out an outstanding halter/breeding showcase that will offer prize money, prestige, and opportunities for breeders and Arabian horse enthusiasts. This is the Westminster of the horse industry!

“We are excited to host the 2022 World Cup in Scottsdale again this year and welcome the international Arabian community and enthusiasts alike back,” said Cindy McGown, director of the AHBA. “We hope this year’s event will prove to be one of the best since the first World Cup was hosted 15 years ago.”

Arabian horses are one of the oldest horse breeds in the world and have been instrumental in creating many other breeds including Thoroughbreds, quarter horses, Missouri Fox Trotters and Morgans. Additionally, Arabians are known as “people horses” because many interact and bond with people more easily than other horses.

The Arabian Breeders World Cup will be held at the Polo Grounds at WestWorld located at 16425 N. Pima Rd. in Scottsdale. Admission is free to the public. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For additional information, visit