Help Us Give a Leg Up To Our Arabian Community!

The unexpected crisis can happen to any of us at any time, and we have little control, no matter how careful, over when, how, or where. What we do have control over is whether we are able to find a positive path out of any given disaster. The dollars your donation represents is important, but what really makes the magic is the little bit of extra courage that each donation sends to one of our community members immediately after an unexpected catastrophe. Thank you for Being An Arabian Horseman Who Helps!

Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

The programs and initiatives in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that was just passed by Congress are intended to assist business owners with whatever needs they have right now. Learn More….(PDF)

In Loving Memory of Bob Whitlatch

Robert Eugene Whitlatch, 83 of Polk City, Iowa passed away March 7, 2023.
Bob is survived by his sister Lela Mae Cameron (Reuben) and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents Amos and Gelene Whitlatch, sister Phyllis and brother Larry.Bob was what you may call a jack of many trades. Working in the grocery store business, an amazing ballroom dancer and retail extraordinaire selling horse equipment.

Lend A Leg Up To Kipp and Deb Trebesch

Lend A Leg Up To Kipp and Deb TrebeschA staple of the Arabian Horse industry for over 30 years and the go-to for excellent service at Arabian Horse Times, Deb Trebesch and her husband, Kipp, tragically lost their beautiful home to fire Tuesday morning, March 7 when Deb, returning home from giving a family member a ride to an appointment, found their house engulfed in flames.


Rebecca Vesty’s Fight Against Breast Cancer

Rebecca was diagnosed with Triple Negative Pleomorphic Lobular Carcinoma in August 2020, an extremely aggressive and rare form of breast cancer that affects less than 1% of breast cancer patients. Chemotherapy, surgery and radiation, along with numerous alternative therapies, supplements and diet restrictions have done little to slow the progression.