"The mission of the American Ranch Horse Association is to promote well broke, reliable, working horses and members who share a love for that true equine athlete."

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Florida Ranch Horse Club Links

Below are links that we believe you might find helpful for looking up local ranch horse groups, or breed associations. If you have any links that you might like to suggest, please do so!

Other Ranch Horse Clubs/Assocations


Other Clubs and Venues

Sunshine State Cutting Horse Association

Appears to only have a FaceBook

Breed Associations

Horses registered with PBHA, IBHA, ABRA, PtHA must be must be quarter-type.
Associations are listed Alphabetically. More information in regards to registering and showing horses below.

paint horse
quarter horse

Appaloosa Horse Club

ARHA Registered Horses

Unregistered stock-type horses can show in "All-Breed" classes at Florida Ranch Horse Club Shows, if they are offered. Horses must be stock-type horses (Quarter Horse, Paint, Palomino, Appaloosa, Buckskin, etc.). Gaited horses, Arabians, etc. may not show at ARHA pointed classes, However if those horses are enrolled in the American Ranch Horse Competition program they can compete in the All Breed classes. Membership in both the Florida Ranch Horse Club and the American Ranch Horse Association is strongly encouraged, riders and horses must have current memberships with ARHA in order to be eligible for ARHA competition.

Horses that are showing in Youth, Amateur or All Age ARHA classes have to be registered with one of the recognized stock-horse-type registries (AQHA, APHA, etc). Color breed registries (Palomino, Pinto, Appaloosa, etc.) need to be stock-horse type and American Ranch Horse Association.

Registering your horse with the American Ranch Horse Association enables your horse to accumulate points (at ARHA sanctioned shows or shows that give points for ARHA registered horses). Earned points can award horses with Register of Merit (ROM), high-point, Superior-Ranch Horse Certificates, Versatility buckles, and other certificates which increase the value of your horse.