Mother Lode Arabian Horse Association
Welcome to the Mother Lode Arabian Horse Association website. MLAHA is a group of horse enthusiasts who come together to share their experiences, expertise and love for the Arabian breed.
The Mother Lode Horse Association was founded in the early 1970’s and has an average membership of 100 active members. It is sanctioned by the Arabian Horse Association.
M.L.A.H.A. hosts various activities that include: our annual FUN spring schooling show FUZZY WUZZY, competitive trail rides, an annual spring tack swap, and a year-end high-point program for horses and exhibitors.
We also offer the club members one hour of free legal advice from a local attorney. Generally, requests are for contract review or debt collection.
Every other month you can look forward to receiving “The Tailings” a publication that announces coming events, local advertisements, member’s accomplishments, important announcements, newsworthy items of interest to horsemen, etc.
We look forward to getting to know you and encourage your participation in Mother Lode activities. There will be many occassions in which you can enrich the Association by sharing your unique skills as a volunteer. We normally meet on the third Tuesday of the month, details are in the "Tailings".
On behalf of the Mother Lode Horse Association we welcome you and hope you will enjoy this year’s fun filled and informative activities.
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Please note the NEW MEETING
Commencing JUNE, our BOD meetings will be held at the Black Bear Diner, Forest Hill Exit (then right and again right at the light), Auburn at 6 p.m.