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 mission of the SCCAHA is to develop camaraderie amongst Arabian and half-Arabian owners and to promote the Arabian and half-Arabian breeds. In 2003, the Association expanded to include open breeds and in 2020, miniature horse classes were also added.
Membership will be open to anyone interested in joining the SCCAHA, regardless of residence. Memberships are purchased by family. The family consists of parents/legal guardians and their children under the age of 18 (or age 24 if child is in college). Horse owners do not need to be a member for the rider to show that horse. A leadline exhibitor can be added to a membership for the leadline class only. Membership applications are found under forms tab and may be mailed in. Payment can be received through online registration.