In the mid 1980’s, The Arabian Horse Society of Australia Ltd. initiated The Australian Arabian Roll of Merit (AAROM) scheme. The AAROM was designed to record and recognise meritorious performance by Arabian-bred horses in Australia.
The scheme was open to any horse registered with the AHSA Ltd. who was two years old or over. Owners paid a once only nomination fee and gained points in the four sections of: HALTER, PERFORMANCE, WORKING and PROGENY. Points were/are awarded in each section according to the classification of the Show/Event. Certificates, and Trophies were/are awarded in each section at 2 levels: “MERIT” and “CHAMPION”, and were/are available for purchase. In addition, a final level of “SUPREME CHAMPION” could/can be reached for horses that achieve Championships in three of the four Sections (As the progeny section does not apply to geldings, they could/can achieve their supreme status with one Champion in the Halter Section and two Champions from either of the other two Sections).
New Applications for The AAROM have now closed, however, the AHSA encourages all owners of horses already entered on the Roll to continue participating and strive to reach their AAROM Goals.
The Arabian Horse Society of Australia Ltd would like to recognise all participants of The AAROM and congratulate all horses who have achieved Merit and/or Champion status in the four sections of AAROM. The AHSA would especially like to Congratulate and Honour all horses entered on The AAROM who have achieved Supreme Champion status over the years and list them here for recognition of this very prestigious achievement.
PLEASE NOTE: The following list was extracted from our current AAROM database. Due to many Supreme Champion Awards being achieved prior to the database, there are quite a few AAROM Supreme Champions not yet listed below. These Supreme Champions will be added in time so please check back if your horse or a horse you know is not yet listed.