Two Local Businesses Bring National Attention to Arizona

Two Local Businesses Bring National Attention to Arizona

Ag/Farm/Forestry - Social Gov originally published at Ag/Farm/Forestry - Social Gov

Scottsdale Arabian Horse takes a Victory Lap

Cowboy Office Studio for recording and production

The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona and Cowboy Office join forces to make AZ residents aware of the opportunity to get hands-on with the horse lifestyle.

CAVE CREEK, AZ, UNITED STATES, February 14, 2023 / — The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona (AHAA) and Cowboy Office share the vision of building inroads into the horse world for those who long to experience the cowboy lifestyle but feel it is out of their reach. AHAA does this through outreach programs that welcome newcomers and encourage engagement with the world of horses. Cowboy Office digs deep into the horse world to reveal new trails that will clear the path for horse-interested to follow.

Finding these paths can be tricky for those unfamiliar with the horse industry which is one reason Brian Dygert of Cave Creek, AZ, and Jody Brainard of Mulhall, OK, created Cowboy Office. Sharing the cowboy lifestyle, creating information networks, and leading the equine industry forward are the goals. The methods include a national podcast and YouTube show and consulting for venues and horse shows. By spotlighting industry specific discussions in their podcast, Cowboy Office creates industry awareness of barriers to growth and aids in exploring new ways to advance levels of competition, all while acting as an information house for those just getting started.

This month horse lovers of all ages in Arizona have an opportunity to engage directly with the equine world at the Scottsdale Arabian Show on February 16-26 at Westworld of Scottsdale. As the “World’s Greatest Horse Show,” they strive to live up to that name with a blend of horse show classes, spectator events, and a place for families to get involved. They start with over 2,000 Arabian horses, offer more than 1,000 classes, and add an expansive Immersive Horse Experience to the mix.

Thanks to AHAA’s partnership with Hoofbeatz USA, spectators get to become participants as they go hands-on with horses of all breeds. Beginners can learn to lead a horse and discover how they communicate through body language, others will be able to actually climb aboard or take the lead as they learn about surcingle work. There will be plenty of time to meet the stars of the Arabian horse world through the Ambassador program. This show has something to offer every horse lover.

The list of classes spectators can watch is truly astounding. Whether you want to catch classes that capture the western lifestyle, honor the tradition of English or hunt seat disciplines, or showcase the iconic Arabian costume or liberty classes, the Scottsdale Arabian Show has it covered.


Cowboy Office, located in Cave Creek, AZ, is a consulting company featuring video and audio podcasts focusing on the horse show industry and western equine industry. Hosts Brian Dygert and Jody Brainard discuss relevant topics and innovative ideas with industry experts and guests from around the country.

The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona is a non-profit organization located in Scottsdale, AZ. It is comprised of Arabian horse owners, breeders, and enthusiasts worldwide who are dedicated to preserving the Arabian horse through education, competition, activities, and promotion. The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona’s efforts will focus on education, promotion, opportunities, and preservation of the Arabian horse and its rich history.

For tickets, more info and to connect with AHAA visit

Chelsea Sutton
+1 252-717-9919
email us here

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