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Hans J. Nagel

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World Arabian Horse Organization

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World Arabian Horse Organization

2 Trenchard Road Stanton Fitzwarren

Swindon, Swindon,SN6 7RZ

United Kingdom

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The World Arabian Horse Organization is responsible for ensuring that international standards acceptable to all its Registering Authority Members are established and maintained in the matters of regulations, methods of registration, procedures for import and e... more

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2011 WAHO CONFERENCE, DOHA, STATE OF QATAR

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NAGEL, OPENING ADDRESS:
The 2011 WAHO Conference was then officially convened. Dr. Hans-J. Nagel, President of WAHO, gave his opening address in which he reiterated the goals of WAHO and added his profound thanks to the host country, Qatar, for holding the Conference. He mentioned some interesting statistics, stating that although the annual worldwide total of Arabian foals registered has dropped from about 23,000 to 21,000 over the past 15 years, the WAHO Member countries in the Middle East region have together seen an impressive increase in the same period -from about 2,000 to almost 5,000 foals annually. WAHO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The rest of the General Assembly on this first day was taken up with routine WAHO business. Nagel, President; Mr. Peter Pond, Vice-President; Ing. Dr. Nagel, WAHO President, accepted the honour of unveiling the bronzes, together with the artist. Dr. Nagel gave the meeting an update on the Executive Committee's activities for the past 2 years and plans for the future. Dr. Hans Nagel He said that promotion of the breed was very much up to the individual Member countries, according to their cultures and the activities they had available for Arabians. He mentioned the popularity of the WAHO Trophy, awarded annually by each member country to an Arabian they consider to be an outstanding ambassador for the breed. He said that in the future WAHO will be concentrating more on education and on welfare issues, as well as protection of the breed. Included in this speech was a strong recommendation to WAHO's Member Registries to encourage testing for genetic disorders. He also made a strong recommendation to the Registry Members to consider placing a limit on the number of foals per mare per year that can be registered each year. Dr. Nagel said this was being recommended for a number of reasons, including the health and welfare of the mares concerned, although he did acknowledge that there might be legal constraints on some registries who might otherwise wish to place such a limit. Dr. Hans Nagel presented the WAHO Cup to the winning connections. WAHO Cup presentation by Hans Nagel to Saad Mubarak Al Hajri, manager of QREC Media Dept on behalf of the owner.


2011 WAHO CONFERENCE, DOHA, STATE OF QATAR

www.waho.org [cached]

NAGEL, OPENING ADDRESS:
The 2011 WAHO Conference was then officially convened. Dr. Hans-J. Nagel, President of WAHO, gave his opening address in which he reiterated the goals of WAHO and added his profound thanks to the host country, Qatar, for holding the Conference. He mentioned some interesting statistics, stating that although the annual worldwide total of Arabian foals registered has dropped from about 23,000 to 21,000 over the past 15 years, the WAHO Member countries in the Middle East region have together seen an impressive increase in the same period -from about 2,000 to almost 5,000 foals annually. WAHO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The rest of the General Assembly on this first day was taken up with routine WAHO business. Nagel, President; Mr. Peter Pond, Vice-President; Ing. Dr. Nagel, WAHO President, accepted the honour of unveiling the bronzes, together with the artist. Dr. Nagel gave the meeting an update on the Executive Committee's activities for the past 2 years and plans for the future. Dr. Hans Nagel He said that promotion of the breed was very much up to the individual Member countries, according to their cultures and the activities they had available for Arabians. He mentioned the popularity of the WAHO Trophy, awarded annually by each member country to an Arabian they consider to be an outstanding ambassador for the breed. He said that in the future WAHO will be concentrating more on education and on welfare issues, as well as protection of the breed. Included in this speech was a strong recommendation to WAHO's Member Registries to encourage testing for genetic disorders. He also made a strong recommendation to the Registry Members to consider placing a limit on the number of foals per mare per year that can be registered each year. Dr. Nagel said this was being recommended for a number of reasons, including the health and welfare of the mares concerned, although he did acknowledge that there might be legal constraints on some registries who might otherwise wish to place such a limit. Dr. Hans Nagel presented the WAHO Cup to the winning connections. WAHO Cup presentation by Hans Nagel to Saad Mubarak Al Hajri, manager of QREC Media Dept on behalf of the owner.


The Arabian Network Newsletter Home Page

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Hans Nagel, president of WAHO, said "From now on, the world-wide Arabian horse breed is an exclusive and closed population and will be guarded as such."


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Photo L-R: Sigi Constanti, breeder of Om El Sanadiva; Dr. Hans-Joachim Nagel, President of WAHO; Lisa Heckenbücker; Ralf Heckenbücker, breeder, and Frank Spönle, handler.
L-R: Sigi Constanti, breeder of Om El Sanadiva; Dr. Hans-Joachim Nagel, President of WAHO; Lisa Heckenbücker; Ralf Heckenbücker, breeder, and Frank Spönle, handler. Nagel in a well received public ceremony on the occasion of the All Nations Cup in Aachen. Nagel, WAHO President. Nagel, President of WAHO. Nagel (WAHO President), MAYDAN-MADHEEN (son of Maysoun).


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