by admin on September 5, 2011

East Valley Arabian Horse Association


The East Valley Arabian Horse Association was established in 1989 to promote the Arabian breed, bring fellow Arabian horse lovers together and to improve the breeding and training of the Arabian horse.

We are called the East Valley Arabian Horse Association as the majority of our members live and or work in the East Valley; however, we do have members in the outlying areas of Arizona as well as some members that live out of state.



The Board of Directors are elected by the membership at the Annual General Meeting and positions are held for 1 or 2 years. The board is elected at our annual chili cook-off trail ride Meeting the 3rd week of November. The BOD is responsible for overseeing all club-related business, activities and events. This is a group of volunteers committed to improving the EVAHA and ensuring its future success, while promoting the Arabian horse throughout Arizona and the East Valley. If you want an item discussed at the monthly Board Meeting or would like more information about your Board, contact any of the member or you can email EVAHA.



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