Horses that Compete
The Andalusian horse is one of the great ancient breeds, and was praised as the finest horse of war by the Greeks and Romans in ancient times. It originated in the Iberian peninsula, which includes both Spain and Portugal. The name Andalusian is derived from the southern Spanish region of Andalucia, while Portugal calls these horses Lusitanos. Although the population of Andalusian horses in the United States is small compared to other breeds, it has a reputation, image and mystique that is enormous. Andalusians are known for their intelligent and kind dispositon, along with strength, natural collection and agility. Visit www.ialha.org to learn more.
USEF "AA" | IALHA | NAL | WCHR Event | WIHS Sanctioned Event | WPCSA - Prov.Silver Rating
POCHSA reserves the right to make changes to schedules and venue.
The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit association
benefiting the Texas Children's Hospital,
The Ronald McDonald House of Houston and Candlelighters of Houston
Copyright © 2000 - 2013 Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Association
Web Design by PWL Studio