The Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show has been raising funds for worthy charities since 1955. The annual event is sponsored by the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona.
What is the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show?
Each year the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show attracts thousands of visitors who will watch over 2,000 Arabian and Half-Arabian horses vie for prize money in various classes of competition. If you are an Arabian horse owner, a horse rider, or just a horse lover, the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show is a one-of-a-kind event that should not be missed.
When you aren't watching the horses and riders, you can enjoy the more than 300 vendors and exhibitors on the trade show floor. If it's a horse item you want, you're sure to find it here!
Tired of shopping? You can attend one of the seminars and demonstrations offered every day at the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show.
When is it?
In 2014 the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show will take place from February 13th through the 23rd. There are morning, afternoon, and evening sessions. You can see the detailed schedule of events here.
Where is it?
How do I get tickets and how much are they?
Tickets may be purchased at the gate at WestWorld. The ticket prices for the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show are:
13 and Older: $10 per day
Seniors/Military: $7 per day
Children 12 & Under: Free
Reserved Bleacher Seating: $15 per day
Reserved Box Seating: $25 per day (must be purchased at Box Office)
On Saturday evening there are no discounts or free admissions. All tickets are between $10 and $25.
There are also ticket packages covering the entire show. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Tickets for the Saturday evening session should probably be purchased in advance through Ticketmaster (Buy Direct) since this session often sells out. Extra fees will be applied.
Are there any discounts being offered?
On Family Night, Friday, February 21, 2014 admission will be free for everyone after 3 p.m.
What else should I know about Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show?
If you are attending one of the daytime events at the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, there's probably no need to buy tickets in advance and pay extra fees. The evening shows, however, do sell out, so if you don't want to take a chance on missing those events, you might buy those tickets in advance.
I need a hotel room. Where should I stay?
Here are some recommended hotels in North Scottsdale, near WestWorld.
Do you have any pictures of the show?
Yes! Here are a few pictures from previous shows courtesy, of the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona.
What if I have more questions?
For more information, contact the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show at 480-515-1500 or visit Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show online.
All dates, times, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice.