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Arabian Horse Show brings $98M economic impact to Scottsdale; Rose Law Group partner and director of Equine Law, Adam Trenk, comments

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The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona (AHAA) is returning for the 65th annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show at WestWorld of Scottsdale. The world’s largest, family-friendly horse show runs Thursday, Feb. 13 through Sunday, Feb. 23 and is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of spectators. 

“More than 2,400 Arabian horses from all over the globe will participate in this year’s event,” said Taryl O’Shea, executive director of the AHAA. “The competition includes a wide variety of class events where more than $3 million in prize money is offered, as the best of the best vie for the coveted title of Scottsdale Champion.”


“Horses are an integral part of the history of the American west, and for decades the Arabian horse has been a favorite among equine enthusiasts in and around Scottsdale. The Scottsdale Show highlights the Arabian breed, and while exciting for the true equestrian, it is also an incredible opportunity for people who don’t have any familiarity with horses to witness the extravagant beauty of these animals. If you are thinking about buying a horse during the Show, Rose Law Group’s Equine law team is available to draft or review the contracts same day to expedite the transaction and protect your investment.”

~Adam Trenk

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