The purchase of the W.R. Brown Memorial library, purportedly the world's largest library on the Arabian horse, was the first step in establishing a link to Arabian horse education and horse history.
An original Adolph Schreyer painting of Beudoins and their horses hangs in the library along with original handwritten pedigrees from Lady Anne Blunt.
The Arabian Horse Owners Foundation conducted the first All Arabian Racing in the United States held at Pimlico Park Raceways in 1959. The Chronicle of Arabian Racing
, a horse video produced by Arabian Horse Owners Foundation, provides horse information, historical footage and details of the first race.
In 1983 the Arabian Horse Owners Foundation produced a horse video featuring Skowronek, one of the most important Arabian horses of the 20th century. The video contains horseback riding footage reportedly taken by Rudolph Valentino at Crabbet Stud in the 1920's. Interviews with Cecil Covey, Lady Anne Lytton, Mary Jane Parkinson, Jimmie Dean and Lois Selby Perry are featured to explain the importance of this stallion.
Also produced in 1996 is Selby Stud Arabian Horses with seldom seen footage of horse back riding taken by Roger Selby.
Arabian Horse Owners Foundation provides a choice of several horse videos that discuss methods in horse training and horseback riding. Horse Sense is a 10 tape series of horse videos with Dr. Dean Scoggins, DVM. The series of horse education tapes offer ways how you may enhance your horse training and handling methods to achieve goals with your horse.
Training Your Horse the Natural Way with Stanley White, Sr. gives information on how to prepare Arabian horses for halter and performance using the horse's own instincts.
The history of Al Marah Arabians is told in "…and Ride Away Singing"
, a book written by Mary Jane Parkinson in cooperation with Bazy Tankersley. One hundred percent of the proceeds of the sale of this book benefit the Arabian Horse Owners Foundation Endowment Fund
The story of Arabian horses history and tradition, as seen by the long time Arab Horse News editor, Margaret Greely, is told in Arabian Exodus. This book traces the collection and dispersal of the horses throughout the world.