Arabian Recreational Riding Program


The Arabian Recreational Riding Program (ARRP) is an online program that rewards riders for every hour they spend riding (or driving) their horse. Participants can submit entries for trail rides, ranch work, parades, riding lessons, local open shows (Saddle Club, 4-H, etc.) or just pleasure riding.


Fees Summary

  • Arabian Recreational Riding Program - $25 one time fee 
  • Log your hours from your rides to earn milestone achievements



Important Reminders

  • If you have already won the ARRP High Hour Award in a past year you are not eligible to win it again.
  • A member must have an individual current AHA membership to enroll in ARRP. Joint accounts will not be accepted.
  • At this time we are unable to process credit card transactions for Incentive Programs. Please call the  AHA office at 303.696.4500 option 1 for assistance. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • Beginning July 1st online event logs will not be accessible while we migrate the Incentive Programs to the new website.

  • Participants can still get credit for their hours in the saddle by submitting them on the Google Form we have created. The ARRP Google Form can be found here.



23FRP_High_Hour_Winner1Congratulations to Debbie Canaday of Juneau, AK on winning the 2023 Frequent Rider Program (FRP) High Hour Award! She logged a total of 294 hours on her Purebred Arabian Mozambique V bred by Varian Arabians between January 1 and December 31, 2023.  She is receiving an engraved desk clock to commemorate her hourly achievement.



Debbie purchased Mozes in January 2018 when he was three years old and they begun their training riding on the trails along the river and jumping. Soon after Debbie introduced him to moving cows in the Mojave Desert and they continue riding today in Idaho while also competing on the National level in multiple disciplines including Western Dressage across the US and Canada.23FRP_High_Hour_Winner2



They have spent many hours in the saddle training, riding along the trails in the backcountry, and spending time moving cows which Debbie says is one of Mozes favorite activities to do! Another one of the pair’s favorite activities is visiting the local senior ladies. As Debbie and Mozes were riding around the neighborhood finding an adventure and they found some older ladies who loved to chat and feed the superstar Mozambique V carrots.





Debbie often can be found riding in a bareback pad and is still a kid at heart with Mozes and they look forward to many more adventures together as horse and rider and Mozes has turned into the perfect horse to grow older with.







Debbie certainly has put in a lot of riding time with Mozy in 2023 and have the hours to prove it! On behalf of AHA, we say congratulations again on her accomplishment and wish her the best of luck this season!






AHA would like to show our appreciation and congratulate the Top Ten High Hour Award winners for 2023.


1 Debbie Canaday Juneau, AK 294
2 Patricia King Lockport, NY 260.75
3 Megan Moser Georgetown, TN 233
4 Ellen Ross East Waterboro, ME 220
5 Jill Feller Mayville, WI 209.25
6 David Mandel Durham, NC 181.15
7 Kariann Marshall Lebanon, NJ 108.05
8 Amanda Tinkle Athens, GA 108
9 Sage Zajec Rice Lake, WI 108
10 Marian Martin Ludington, MI 106.3



Past High Hour Award Winners

  • 2022 - Sandra Adams
  • 2021 - Thomas L Snyder
  • 2020 - No winner awarded
  • 2019 - Samantha Kirberger
  • 2018 - Phyllis Walsh
  • 2017 - Michelle Quirico


For additional information, contact Competition Services at 303.696.4500 Option 1