The mission of The Pyramid Foundation, Inc is to enhance public recognition and appreciation of the Arabian horse, with an emphasis on the Egyptian Arabian. We strive to preserve the heritage of the Egyptian Arabian by actively archiving history, funding educational activities and publications, supporting equine genetic research and promoting art and artists featuring the Egyptian Arabian.
In 2021, Achaean Arabians commemorates their 40th year of owning, breeding, and showing Straight Egyptian and Egyptian-related Arabian horses. Inspired by their purchase of the Morafic and Nabiel grandson Harem Shamah Sheik in 1981, Cindy and Michael built their program on Morafic bloodlines, specifically through Shaikh Al Badi and Ibn Moniet El Nefous. Their farm currently stands the straight-Egyptian stallion Farid Nile Moniet, and has maintained an emphasis on producing quality Egyptian performance horses. Cindy and Michael have successfully shown their Arabians at multiple levels of competition in-hand, under saddle, and in harness, as well as taking them on countless trail rides and pleasure drives. They first joined the Pyramid Society in 1984 and have been life members since 2004. Contact Cindy Stylianos onFacebookor email Achaean26@hotmail.com
The Midwest Egyptian Arabian Horse Alliance (MEAHA) is a collective group of small breeders of both Straight Egyptians and Egyptian Sired Arabian horses. MEAHA members gather to celebrate these treasures of the desert. We promote the Egyptian Arabian and strive to preserve those precious bloodlines that go back thousands of years to the sands of Egypt. These horses of antiquity possess great beauty, strength, intelligence, loyalty, courage, stamina and versatility. They have survived centuries of human conflicts as a prized warhorse and endless travels through the unforgiving Deserts of Arabia. The Egyptian Arabians were so revered by their Bedouin caretakers that they slept in the tents with the Bedouin's wives and children and hence achieved the reputation of the family horse! Visit: Facebook.com/MEAHArabian
For 10 years, Nancy Gates of Heirloom Halters has been creating beautiful, hand-made treasures to adorn Arabian horses throughout the world! Every piece is unique and top quality with superior craftsmanship. “I take great pride in all my designs to make sure the fit and color are complimentary to each individual horse. I’m very passionate about making halters and love what I do! As a Straight Egyptian Breeder for over 20 years, I’m blessed with many horses of my own to use as my Heirloom models, such as Antara Shalima who is a Multiple Champion at the Egyptian Event in Kentucky.” Visit Heirloom Halters on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org