If you are considering joining the
Pennsylvania Arabian Horse Association, you should know:
1) why PAHA exists,
2) its objectives and purposes, and
3) the benefits of membership
If you have any questions, you can contact us online or contact one of the officers for more information about PAHA. You do not have to be a Pennsylvania resident or own an Arabian or Half Arabian horse to be a member.
1) Why PAHA exsits:
PAHA is devoted to the protection and promotion of and education about the Arabian breed.
PAHA members (except Local members) become members of the Arabian Horse Association (AHA) and are eligible for benefits and programs exclusive to PAHA and AHA
2) Objectives and Purposes
PAHA's objectives and purposes are to:
Foster and encourage good relations between PAHA members and other associations and especially among the Arabian Horse
Association (AHA), and United States Equestrian Federation (USEF).
Aid and encourage the selective breeding, exhibiting, use and perpetuation of Arabian horses.
Formulate publicity and other educational programs and activities in the interest of the Arabian horse owners and enthusiasts.
Promote, encourage, and stimulate popular interest in the many outstanding uses and qualities of the Arabian horse.