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    08-05-2011, 10:33 AM

I use Regumate (prescribed by vet) to stop a really stroppy mare from being really stroppy! It has made such a difference to her. She would come into season and would be 'winking' at any horse the second she came into contact (irrespective of whether they were mare or gelding). At shows, she would be vile, lose her manners and call to anything that moved. She had been a brood mare prior to my owning her (she's now 10).

She is much, much calmer and although I still get some of the behaviours, they are now considerably reduced and manageable. She is now more of a pleasure to own and my only anxiety is that I can't imagine taking her off the drug.

I also know of two other mares who are also on Regumate for the same reason.
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    08-05-2011, 10:38 AM

AHS stands for Arab Horse Society (in the UK).

In the UK, you can register part breds with the AHS if one parent is a full Arab.
Leatova's a full bred Arab. Her progeny so far are part breds and have been registered with the AHS.
    08-05-2011, 11:07 AM
Originally Posted by Hennington    
AHS stands for Arab Horse Society (in the UK).
Interesting. Thank you for the information. Are they affiliated at all with the AHA?

The AHA is worldwide, and came from combining the IAHA (International Arabian Horse Association) and the AHRA (Arabian Horse Registry of America) years ago.
    08-05-2011, 12:23 PM
Arab Horse Society

They are linked to the World Arabian horse organisation ( but I can't find any links to any other international organisation.

Have a look on their website:

Home - The Arab Horse Society
    08-05-2011, 12:33 PM
Thanks for the link.

They appear to operate very much like the AHA, and WAHO is the governing body for all legitimate Arabian registries.

I knew there were other Arabian registries out there, just wasn't sure of their names.

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