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Purebred Shagya-Arabian Society International


NASS gratefully acknowledges the help and support of the ISG, and in particular its president, Mr. Ahmed al Samarraie in successfully conducting NASS’s eighth inspection tour, and in the publication of this NASS Inspection Tour Newsletter!!


The umbrella organization of the national Shagya-Arabian breeding societies of: Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, France, Croatia, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Czech Republic, Hungary, the USA, and Venezuela as well as the State Stud farms of Kabuik (Bulgaria), Babolna (Hungary) and Topolcianky (Slovakia).


The purpose of the ISG is the coordination of Shagya breeding in the cooperating countries from the point of view of the breeding aim, and the preservation of the purity of breed, as well as the advancement of the Purebred Shagya-Arabian breed.


The ISG represents internationally the interests of the Shagya-Arabian breeders, and maintains standards for the publishing of the studbooks to its members. These national studbooks require recognition by the Purebred Shagya-Arabian Society International--the ISG.


The Shagya-Arabian is an exclusive Arabian breed originating over 200 years ago in the Austrian- Hungarian Monarchy. The Shagya-Arabian is a noble, versatile and able sport horse suitable for hobby and competition, endurance riding, and hunting, as well as western riding and carriage driving.


ISG Board of Directors:


Ahmed Al Samarraie, Grundmuhle, 36199 Rotenburg, Germany Tamas Rombauer, Wesselenyi u. 46, 2943 Babolna, Hungary Diether von Kleist, Bissendorfer Strasse 9, 30625 Hannover, Germany


Supporting Board of Directors: Carin Weiss, Muhlen 58, 24257 Kohn, Germany Dr. Walter Huber, Conrad-Forster Str. 12, 88149 Nonnenhorn Franz Hoppenberger, Brand 10, 5270 Mauerkirchen, Austria


Contact Information: PO Box 1139, 36209 Alheim, Germany, Tel: 0049-5664-7771 http://www.shagya-isg.de, E-mail: buero@shagyas.de


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