About the King Abdulaziz Arabian Horse Center

Since ancient times, Arabian Horses have been associated with the Arabian Peninsula and these noble equines have been known throughout history for their strength, beauty and purity. King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Saud greatly respected these horses and took great care for their welfare in addition to the preservation of their bloodlines and pedigrees. 

The King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center (KAAHC) was established in 1381H-1961 G. 
Through the continuous support of the Government and the Royal Family, the King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center is dedicated to preserve the heritage of the Arabian horses in its homeland. Original family strains like Al Hamdania, Al Obeyan, Al Sowati, Al Kuhailat, and Saqlawi are still preserved and bred on.

The King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center is the official authority for all Arabian Horses matters and the official delegate to the World Arabian Horse Organization (WAHO), and other International Arabian Horses Organizations. 

The King Abdul Aziz Arabian Horse Center is responsible for organizing and monitoring the technical aspects at all shows that are held in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the private sector in addition to coordinating with the concerned International Show Competitions organization as per Royal Decision Number 4291 MB dated. 09/05/1428H.