Equestrian Honors Former IAHA© President Norm Dunn
trophy for the USA Equestrian of Honor in the "In-Hand"
division has been named in honor of the late Norman K. Dunn, a former
president of the International Arabian Horse Association® (IAHA®).
Equestrians of Honor are the finalists for the Richard P. Strub
Trophy as the USA Equestrian of the Year.
joined the faculty at Cal Poly University in August of 1960. He
assumed the directorship of the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center
on March 1, 1964 and was voted Outstanding Professor in the School
of Agriculture at Cal Poly University in 1974. Dunn, who held judges
cards for western, Arabians, Morgans, and stock and saddle seat
equitation, was the chief steward for dressage at the 1984 Olympics.
1995, Dunn was the recipient of the IAHA President's Award. During
his lifetime of service to IAHA, Dunn chaired many committees and
commissions, including the Judges Seminar Commission, the U.S. National
Show Commission, the Equine Stress Management Committee and the
AHSA Show Standards Committee. He was also the past president of
the Arabian Horse Association of Southern California.
IAHA® is a 28,000 member breed association that registers
Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses, administers more than $4
million in prize money annually, produces national events, maintains
official event records , recognizes more than 400 Arabian horse
shows and distance rides and provides a ctivities and programs that
promote Arabian horse breeding and ownership. For in formation about
Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses, call 303-696-4500,
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