Purebred Arabian Horse Breeding Principals by Cindy Reich

Cindy Reich - USA  

Seminar on Horse Breeding Principals

$20 open to all AHSA Members & Horse Breeding Enthusiasts
(no cost to those already attending the Congress)

Sunday 7th July - 3:45 till 5:00 pm


Followed from 5 till 6pm by AHSA Chairman Greg Liddle - Forum on The AHSA Proposed Constitution

With a lifetime of experience Cindy is a truly engaging and interesting speaker who has a remarkably profound knowledge and insight about equine structure and form. Her teaching abilities and vast experience in all aspects of horse breeding is highly valued and globally acclaimed. Cindy has a huge following as a professional writer producing riveting articles  for many equine publications and is well known for her monthly column "Stud Farm Diaries" in the Arabian Horse World magazine. A graduate from Colorado State University, Cindy worked for well over 25 years managing breeding operations for numerous farms in the U.S. and Europe, including Colorado State University Equine Reproduction Laboratory, Wolf Springs Ranch, BARA Farms, Wrigley Arabians, Aries Arabians, Fidelis International, Arabica - Belgium, Der Eersten Stuyver - Holland. 

Cindy is currently the Breeding manager and horse manager at WK Kellogg Arabian Horse Center. The W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center is a research facility on the campus of the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona which specializes In equine studies, breeding and research.

Cindy Reich is in high demand to conduct clinics and lectures on judging and equine reproduction. This constant demand for for her expertise as a speaker or as an equine judge and equine consultant is world wide. The Judges Guild of Australia is very excited & honoured to have Cindy Reich as our keynote speaker for the 2019 Judged & enthusiasts  Congress in Brisbane.  

Contact - theguild@ahsa.asn.au for all enquiries and booking details