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Roster: Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I tell if my horse is an Al Khamsa Arabian?

2. How do I get my horse listed?

3. Why isn't my horse listed?

4. What if I see an error or omission?


1. How can I tell if my horse, or some of its ancestors, are Al Khamsa eligible?

You can check out the Online Roster for your horse, its parents or its grandparents. The horses listed there are Al Khamsa, covering eligible Roster horses through Arabian Horse Association #665422 and Canadian Arabian Horse Registry #48297. Keep in mind that, because it is limited to breeding stock, there are many more Al Khamsa Arabians than those on the Roster.

You may also look for the "Al Khamsa, Inc." designation on Arabian Horse DataSource or contact the Al Khamsa Business Office if you are in doubt.

2. How do I get my horse listed?

Breeders and owners do not need to do anything to have their horses listed. Al Khamsa Arabians are automatically added to the database as they are registered. New additions to the Roster will appear in the Online Roster each time they are updated. Updates are currently being annually.

Al Khamsa Arabians are also marked as "Al Khamsa, Inc." in the Arabian Horse Association's Arabian DataSource. That mark is updated quarterly.

3. Why isn't my horse listed?

Horse registrations are included through AHR #665422 and CAHR #48297 as published via AHA's Arabian Horse DataSource.

Keep in mind that the Online Roster list only the horses on the Al Khamsa Roster. Many horses are Al Khamsa Arabians without being included on the Roster. Examples would include horses that died or were gelded without Al Khamsa Arabian progeny. If you feel your horse is not listed in error, please contact .

4. What if I see an error or omission?

Readers are invited to inform Al Khamsa about any errors or omissions so that errata notes may be added in future publications. Please direct any questions to .