The Central Texas Arabian Horse Association (CTAHA) is a local chapter of the Arabian Horse Association (AHA). AHA is the official Arabian horse breed association and registry in the U.S. and Canada, with 16,600 members and more than 1 million registered Arabian, Half-Arabian, and Anglo-Arabian horses.
CTAHA embraces AHA's aim of:
Seeking to promote growth in the interest and demand for the Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horse
Preserving the integrity of the breed
Increasing participation in activities involving the breed
Gaining recognition by the equine industry and general public about the value and attributes of Arabians
Ensuring that services and benefits are valuable and convenient for AHA and CTAHA members
2022 Board of Directors
President: Mathew Burke
Secretary: Peggy Cuevas
Treasurer: Lori Ragland
Board Members: Terry Cooley-Kirkpatrick, Jenn McClain De Jong, Alice Ann Freeman, Denise Nicholse, and Dianna Wolfe
To promote and celebrate the Arabian horse in Central Texas by collaborating and partnering with breeders, trainers, owners, and other breed organizations.
We envision the growth of the Arabian breed recognition through education about the history and versatility of Arabians, increasing youth involved with Arabians, and continuously providing opportunities for the public to interact with Arabians.