The North American Shagya-Arabian Society, Inc. (NASS) website
provides registry and breed information for
our members and breed enthusiasts alike.
Shagya-Arabian breeding in North America officially began in 1986 with the founding of the North American Shagya-Arabian Society, Inc. (NASS).
Later that year, NASS was accepted by the International Shagya-Araber Gesellschaft (ISG) as the official registry for the USA and Canada. The ISG is the International body supporting the breeding and preservation of the Shagya-Arabian,
The Purpose of NASS:
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NASS News is a tri-annual newsletter published by the registry.
An Inspection Issue will be published In years when there is a breed inspection.
1986 - 2021
35 Years as an
Associate Member ISG
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The Bravo Award recognizes NASS registered horses and members outside of the annual performance awards programs.
Arabians and Shagya-Arabian stallions are eligible for breeding approval.
NASS publishes a tri-annual newsletter which includes registry information, farm and ISG news, articles about the breed and announcement of the awards programs. An annual inspection issue is published in years when NASS holds inspections and includes inspection results, farm and ISG news, articles about the breed, and classified ads.
The NASS Classifieds Ads may include horses for sale, adoption or lease, etc., as well as horse wanted ads.
Any NASS or Foreign ISG Member Registry registered horse may be listed.
Listings are free to NASS Members.