The Crown of Texas Arabian Horse Club is a non-profit organization (CoTAHC) and is an affiliate of the Arabian Horse Association. We are located in Amarillo, the center of the Texas panhandle. We have monthly meetings to discuss club business and upcoming activities. Some of these activities include parades, horse shows, American Endurance Ride Conference sanctioned endurance rides, dressage clinics, local trail rides, and our annual Christmas party. Many members make their own Bedouin Arabian native costumes for parades and shows. Our club welcomes all. We have a variety of breeds in our club. Mostly, we are a group of people who enjoy our horses and want to be active with them. We are also varied in both riding styles and capabilities. We have people who show at the top level and people who are just getting started with horses. The different types of riding include combined training, cutting, dressage, drill teams, endurance riding, hunter/jumper, saddle seat, sidesaddle, trail, western pleasure, and everyday riding. The Crown of Texas Arabian Horse Club is a club for any type of horseman or horse lover.