A magazine devoted to the Bedouin Arabian Horse as recognized by Al Khamsa, Inc.
The Khamsat is a magazine that began back in 1984 as a way of keeping the Al Khamsa Community of Supporters in touch with each other, and to present educational material about Al Khamsa Horses to the general public on an international scale.
Over the years, it has been witness to many changes in the horse world in general and the world of the Al Khamsa Arabian Horse specifically. The Khamsat is published four times per year.
Free online subscription newsletter
Inside Al Khamsa keeps you posted on what is happening in the organization. We let you know about upcoming events and deadlines. These are usually quite brief and time sensitive. It contains news for Al Khamsa supporters.
If you sign up for our free email list, as over 1000 people have, you get Inside Al Khamsa delivered directly to your inbox.
An Al Khamsa produced research book
Al Khamsa has produced research books about the Arabian Horse beginning in 1976, with the Al Khamsa Directory. The first book sponsored by the young organization, it attracted much attention, but also indicated the need for research into original material about the Arabian Horse.
Al Khamsa Arabians III was published in 2008, with the database available in CD form, and it is certainly the most complete book in the series. The Table of Contents gives the reader an idea of what a wealth of information is available in its 400 pages.
Print the Al Khamsa Arabian Horses brochure
A downloadable trifold color brochure that explains Al Khamsa, Inc. and what are considered Al Khamsa Arabian horses. The brochure can be used for your educational and sales purposes.
Click on the link, above center, to view the brochure and use your browser's download feature.
When you print it out, print on both sides of 8 1/2 x 11in paper.
To Tri-Fold: fold the right hand edge 1/3rd of the length of the paper toward the left, then fold the left hand edge over the folded right edge to close the brochure.
You may trim off the top and the bottom to remove extraneous printing that is needed for professional printing.