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Peet Equestrian

Over 20 years of experience training and showing the Andalusian horse. With expertise in halter/morphology, driving, and under saddle. We compete at the local and national level competitions in front of the International and American Judges. Lessons and clinics available as well!

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September 1-4, 2016 - ERAHC Virginia Classic Regional Breed Show and Open Dressage Show.

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What's the LatesT?

1.  2016 Membership is open! Go to the Membership page for the 2016 forms. You can sign up online or by mail.

2. Christmas is coming soon! ERAHC Merchandise would make great gifts for your horse friends!Go to the Merchandise page to shop!

3.  2016 YEA Forms are here! It's not too early to send in your Nomination Form for next year's activities!

4.  ERAHC's Virginia Classic Shows are scheduled for September 1-4, 2016 at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, VA. Plan on joining us!

      Join us!

ERAHC provides

members with

opportunities to enjoy their horses (though horse ownership is not required) while encouraging a fun and informative social structure. Membership affords subscription to the newsletter, member directory, discounts at clinics, voting rights, the Year-End  Award program, club calendar, and more.

 ERAHC's Mission

"We will promote harmony and goodwill among the community of the Iberian horses: Andalusians, Portuguese, Spanish-Portuguese, and crossbred. We will do this through our annual shows, clinics, social events, and our regular newsletter. We will work to increase public awareness of the Iberian horse and the history and traditions of the breed."

      About Us

The Eastern Region

Andalusian Horse club

was founded in 1992

by a small group of

people who shared a vision: Give Andalusian and Lusitano lovers a place to meet, learn, and share their love of these Iberian breeds with like-minded people as well as a place to find relevant Lusitano and Andalusian horse information. Our club continues to grow and now includes members from as far north as Canada, as far south as Florida, and as far west as Utah.