The Arizona Draft Horse and Mule Association

wants you to know that we accept members with Heavy Drafts (Percheron, Belgian, Clydesdale, etc), Light Drafts(Gypsy, Haflinger, Fjord, etc), Draft crosses (of any lineage), Mules (light and heavy), and donkeys/burros!  Some of our members have PMU horses, some have rescues of unknown parentage, and some have no horses at all.  We ride, drive, farm, and have fun with our equines. We have an annual show, meetings, a quarterly newsletter, and more.   We’re here for fellowship, fun, and education.  We welcome members from anywhere, including our neighboring states.

The ADHMA is for everyone.

We welcome everyone, whether they own horses or not.  While our primary focus is drafts and mules, anyone is welcome to join our club.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.

Belgian Draft Horses At Westworld of Scottsdale for Arizona Draft Horse and Mule Association Show

The ADHMA Board

Our board is composed of people who are dedicated to continuing the club’s mission, and living the Equestrian Life.  Our board members are knowledgable on many topics, and always happy to answer questions or lend a hand.

Meet Our Board Members

Mission Statement

The Arizona Draft Horse and Mule Association was created to promote the use of draft horses, mules, donkeys and draft crosses in all aspects of the equestrian world.

See our Complete Mission Statement

Community Involvement

The ADHMA values our state and local community.  To that end we participate in educational opportunities for young people, aspiring equine professionals, and aspiring veterinarians.  We’ve helped the USFS in their cleanup efforts, helped local 4H, Girl Scouts, and High School students with learning and community service efforts, and more.  Click the link to see the many ways we’re involved in our community, and how you can help!

Visit our Comunity Involvement Page