We'd love to see you at our upcoming shows!
We now offer Open Breed Classes
The St. Clair County Arabian Horse Association was
established in 2000, and grew out of the efforts of
a fun-loving group of owners who wanted to
promote the breed they loved so much. The stated
purpose of the SCCAHA is to develop camaraderie
amongst Arabian and half-Arabian owners and to
promote the Arabian and half-Arabian breeds.
Becky Yielding served as our first President until
her death in 2003; Skip Boyle served until the end
of 2006, and Sue Jones served until her death in
August 2013. Our current President is Terri Burch.
In 2013 we expanded our Association to Open
Breeds. We had a great year and welcomed all the
new Breeds with their owners/riders.
Membership shall be open to anyone interested in
joining this Association, regardless of where they
Application for membership shall be made via the
Membership Application accompanied by the
appropriate fee made payable to The St. Clair County
Arabian Horse Association.
Membership Fee: $20
Memberships are by family. The family consists of
parents and their children under the age of 18 (or
under 24 if in college). A legal guardian is the same as a
parent. The owner of the horse does not have to be a
member, but the exhibitor does. Memberships cannot
be borrowed, nor can riders be added to someone's
membership when they are not in that family. The only
exception is a leadline exhibitor can be added to a
membership for the leadline class only. The handler
needs to be a member. When the leadline exhibitor also
shows in halter or showmansip, they need a
The Board meets are Feb-Oct with date,
time and place being designated by the
President. Meetings are generally held on
the first Thursday of the month at 7pm at
the Goodells County Park.
There will be a General Meetings of the
Membership Meeting in February and
October (Annual Banquet.)
8435 Wildcat Rd
Jeddo, MI 48032
Directors at Large