The Arizona Thoroughbred Breeders Association (ATBA) is a 501 (c) (5) non-profit organization.

It was established in 1958 and ever since is dedicated to:

  • Encourage agriculture and improve the quality of the Thoroughbred breed in Arizona;
  • Assist ATBA members with breeding, raising and racing Thoroughbred horses;
  • Promote public interest, acceptance and goodwill for the industry, the sport and the association;
  • Work for improved relationships between racetrack management and ATBA members;
  • Conduct Thoroughbred horse sales, auctions and other fund raising activities;
  • Offer seminars, programs, publications and other services to educate and benefit its members;
  • Support legislation at the federal and state level to grow the breeding and racing industry.

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