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QMS Equestrian Team Hits the High Jumps

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   September 30, 2013 14:45

 

Photo (courtesy of Barbara Rankin): QMS Head Coach Cheryl Keith rode Go Shorty to win the BCHJA Canadian

QMS Riders Start the School Season
September 30th, 2013 ‐ Duncan, BC, Canada – It may have been a soggy start to the season, but the Queen
Margaret’s School Equestrian Team didn’t let the weather bring them down at the British Columbia Hunter
Jumper Association (BCHJA) Fall Finals at Thunderbird Show Park, Langley the weekend of September 21‐22.
Weather aside, the BCHJA Fall Finals is an incredibly challenging competition for riders of all levels to compete at.
“We enjoy taking team members to this show in Langley because of the great facilities, wonderful riders and team
atmosphere,” explains QMS Head Coach Cheryl Keith. “Their poise and professionalism were there each time they
entered the arena.”
Christine Coels (Grade 10) on QMS’ Clockwork continued her winning streak with a Championship win in 2’3” Short
Stirrup Hunter and Reserve Champion 2’6” Pre‐Children’s Equitation, while teammate Kassidy Keith rode Wallabee
to a Championship finish in the B Equitation division.
Grade 10 rider Catherine Rankin’s horse Go Shorty has been called “the little engine that could” and continues to
earn top marks in the Pacific Northwest. Not only did Rankin ride him to win Champion in 3’ Children’s Equitation
(14 & Under) and Reserve Champion in the 3’ Children’s Hunter (14 & Under), Cheryl Keith chose to compete with
him as well. Keith describes Go Shorty as an outstanding horse.
Keith won 3’3” Pre‐Green Champion on Go Shorty and stunned the audience in the BCHJA Canadian Hunter Derby
division by earning a score of 93, plus 20 bonus points for a total of 113. “This was the highest score we have seen
all year in the Canadian Hunter Derby series at Thunderbird,” says Jane Tidball, President Thunderbird Show Park.
“Go Shorty is a real favourite at Thunderbird. Congratulations!”


About Queen Margaret’s School
Established in 1921, Queen Margaret's School (QMS) is located on 27 country‐like acres in Duncan, BC. QMS offers
a co‐ed ECE Program and Junior School (Kindergarten‐Grade 6), all boys Grade 7/8 Program, University‐Preparatory
School for girls (Grades 7‐12) and all girls Boarding School (Grades 6‐12). Queen Margaret’s School is home to
Canada's only on‐campus Equestrian Riding Program and a small intensive ESL Program. The school's
comprehensive scholastic and extra‐curricular programs provide opportunities for achievement and personal
growth through academics, sports, visual and performing arts, riding and community service.

660 Brownsey Avenue
Duncan, British Columbia, Canada V9L 1C2
T (250) 746‐4185 | F (250) 746‐4187 | hpicard@qms.bc.ca
www.qms.bc.ca


For more information or to arrange an interview please contact:
Hayley Picard
Communications Coordinator
Queen Margaret’s School
250‐746‐4185 ext. 236 | hpicard@qms.bc.ca

EquiMania! Proves Popular at Minnesota State Fair!

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   September 18, 2013 08:50


 Guelph, ON - August 22 - September 2, EquiMania! made an impact at its inaugural appearance at Minnesota State Fair!  Produced by Equine Guelph at the University of Guelph, EquiMania! is an interactive youth education program and exhibition designed to teach kids about horse health and safety. EquiMania! moved in at the Minnesota State Fair horse barn and that is where the replicated display will stay for the next five years to cater to a whole new audience in the U.S.
 
EquiMania! features several interactive components that teach anatomy and biology of horses with scale models and real bones. Equine Guelph is well known for its online educational pathways for horse enthusiasts starting with EquiMania! and ranging up to the Equine Science Certificate and accredited diploma program. Gayle Ecker, director of Equine Guelph, says, "We are thrilled to be partnering with Minnesota State Fair and extending educational opportunities in a way that makes learning fun. That's EquiMania!"
 
The Equine Guelph team greeted throngs of fair visitors 2nd largest fair in the United States visited by almost 1.8 million people and this is what they had to say:
 
"Very helpful!  Great information, I LOVED it.  I'm in college for Equine Science and this exhibit is AMAZING!"  - Michaela
 
"Wonderful!  Informative and so much fun!  My 6 year old says it's the best thing he saw at the fair." - Veronica
 
"Excellent display & teaching! This is the most fun I've had (and the most I've learned) in the horse barn in 34 consecutive years at attendance.  I'm a physician  - the comparative anatomy lesson was fascinating!"
 
Agriculture education manager of the Minnesota Fair, Michelle Butler declares, "EquiMania! was a fantastic addition to our fair as it aligned  with our fair's mission to educate and involve our guests by providing a showcase that is innovative, entertaining and fun.  The response to the exhibit was overwhelmingly positive!  We are thrilled to have partnered with Equine Guelph to bring EquiMania! to the Minnesota State Fair for the next several years."
EquiMania! will share their popular exhibit with more venues in the United States, teaching horse enthusiasts about safety and horse health in a fun interactive way thanks to this fabulous partnership.
 
Bring EquiMania! to your event: horses@uoguelph.ca
 
 

Equine Guelph is the horse owners' and care givers' Centre at the University of Guelph. It is a unique partnership dedicated to the health and well-being of horses, supported and overseen by equine industry groups. Equine Guelph is the epicentre for academia, industry and government - for the good of the equine industry as a whole. For further information, visit www.EquineGuelph.ca.

 
Link to news story on Equine Guelph Site:
http://equineguelph.ca/news/index.php?content=386
 


National Coalition of Equine Organizations and Companies Launch TimeToRide.com

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   May 1, 2013 14:49

 

National Coalition of Equine Organizations and Companies Launch TimeToRide.com
Interactive Website offers horse-related resources, rewards system and sweepstake prizes

(Washington D.C., May 1, 2013) Joining a national initiative to increase awareness of and interest in horse-related activities, The American Horse Council announces today the launch of a new Website and social media platform, TimeToRide.com.

With its design based on in-depth consumer research, the site targets moms who are challenged to not only find family-friendly activities but who are also interested in finding refreshed joy for themselves. The site is a collaborative effort of ten horse organizations coordinated through the American Horse Council in Washington, D.C.

“We know American families are strapped for time with the demands of work, school, and day-to-day survival,” said Jay Hickey, president of the American Horse Council. “We need to make it easier for families to discover the benefits of horse-related activities.”

The new site is organized into categories that include lessons and camps, trail riding, rodeos and fairs, and events and shows. It provides links to professional resources and will build a data base of providers through an interactive map to be launched in the near future.

“The horse is a mystery to Americans living in the hustle and bustle of urban and suburban settings,” notes Hickey. “We’re hoping to show that a horse experience is accessible and certainly worth investigation.” The site will deliver general information about horses and different activities, and then make a connection to local and regional opportunities.

To generate participation and enthusiasm, theTimeToRide.com platform includes a rewards system that encourages visitors to join, visit horse-related sites, and share experiences. The rewards include merchandise delivered based points accumulated by visiting equine pages on Facebook or following various Twitter accounts. It will also offer a regular rotation of sweepstakes. The first two sweepstake offers include two tickets to the Preakness Stakes and Belmont horse races.

TimeToRide.com is the first Website and social media platform generated through a coalition of horse organizations:  the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the American Horse Council, the American Quarter Horse Association, Dover Saddlery, Farnam, Merck, Merial, Purina Animal Nutrition LLC, National Thoroughbred Racing Association, the United States Equestrian Federation and Zoetis.

 

 

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About the American Horse Council

The American Horse Council is a non-profit corporation that represents all segments of the equine industry. Its mission is to promote and protect the equine industry by representing its interests in Congress and in federal regulatory agencies on national issues of importance. Leaders at the American Horse Council hope their activities will encourage individuals and other entities to support and participate in the industry, to enjoy horses, and to sponsor and support equine events and activities. They believe a healthy horse industry will contribute to the health of Americans.

 

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Layher Joins American Horse Council Staff

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   March 22, 2013 13:54




R.J. Layher has recently joined the American Horse Council as the Director of Health and Regulatory Affairs. His responsibilities will include equine health issues, welfare issues, and state, federal and international requirements regarding the movement of horses.  He will be the principal AHC contact to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 

“It’s great to be part of an organization that understands the importance horses play in our country.  I look forward to advocating on behalf of the horse industry to preserve this robust and dynamic facet of the agricultural economy that it is today,” Layher said.

Mr. Layher grew up on a family farm in Southeast Michigan and graduated from Hillsdale College in 2010 with a degree in Political Economy. Before coming to Washington, he managed a Michigan State House campaign and spent time in Oklahoma, Kansas, Minnesota and the Dakotas where he worked for a custom harvester. Most recently, he was a Legislative Assistant for retired Congressman Timothy V. Johnson of Illinois.

“We are pleased to have R.J. join the AHC staff,” said AHC President, Jay Hickey. “He brings political experience and enthusiasm to this important position.”

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As the national association representing all segments of the horse industry in Washington, D.C., the American Horse Council works daily to represent equine interests and opportunities. The AHC promotes and protects the industry by communicating with Congress, federal agencies, the media and the industry on behalf of all horse related interests each and every day.                       

The AHC is member supported by individuals and organizations representing virtually every facet of the horse world from owners, breeders, veterinarians, farriers, breed registries and horsemen's associations to horse shows, race tracks, rodeos, commercial suppliers and state horse councils.

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Intercity Insurance - Equine Guelph's First 'Education Patron'

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   March 21, 2013 11:32



Equine Guelph is pleased to announce that Intercity Insurance has become an 'Education Patron' of Equine Guelph. Mike King of Intercity Insurance has been a loyal supporter of Equine Guelph and its educational programs for many years as an instructor and sponsor of the Hoofprints tribute program. Now King has made the commitment to support Equine Guelph's education program at the next level.
 
With a background of over 40 years' experience in the horse industry - riding, training, managing a barn, competing, teaching, judging and horse show organizing - Mike King is passionate about the equine industry and understands the importance of being a knowledgeable horse owner.
 
"Intercity Insurance is proud to be an Education Patron of Equine Guelph - an organization dedicated to the health and well-being of horses through educating the equine industry, which ultimately leads to saving horses lives," says King.  "As part of our partnership, for every equine insurance policy sold, Intercity provides a contribution to Equine Guelph's education program."
 
Equine Guelph thanks Intercity for becoming an education patron and for their ongoing support of the Hoofprints tribute program which provides horse owners a valuable outlet to celebrate cherished memories.   Intercity's contributions as an education patron will help provide important stimulus to continue to build and improve Equine Guelph education programs for the equine industry.

Equine Guelph is the horse owners' and care givers' Centre at the University of Guelph. It is a unique partnership dedicated to the health and well-being of horses, supported and overseen by equine industry groups. Equine Guelph is the epicentre for academia, industry and government - for the good of the equine industry as a whole. For further information, visit www.equineguelph.ca.

Mike King is the horse industry specialist at Capri Insurance and is responsible for the risk management and insurance programs which benefit various regional, provincial and national equine associations. http://www.horseownertoday.com/blog/ask-the-insurance-professional/

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Equine Guelph Declares 2013 the Year of Colic Prevention!

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 23, 2013 09:39


Guelph, ON. - Equine Guelph is combating the number one killer of horses (other than old age!) with a new eWorkshop on colic prevention, March 11 to 24.
 
This affordable online short course is designed to help horse owners understand colic and take preventative measures by following good stable management practices. At a cost of only $75 plus HST, this eWorkshop could translate into thousands of dollars of savings by helping horse owners avoid the nightmare of colic.
 
Equine Guelph's Colic Prevention eWorkshop will cover topics that will help horse caregivers reduce colic in horses by identifying risk factors, understanding different types of colic, detecting early signs and symptoms, assessing their management plans and developing preventative strategies.
Upon completion of the Colic Prevention eWorkshop, participants are eligible to receive a certificate from Equine Guelph. This two-week online course also qualifies for Equine Canada coaches updating credits.
 
As part of the colic prevention program, Equine Guelph is also launching its latest FREE online health care tool, the "Colic Risk Rater," which will assess and calculate colic risk and provide useful feedback on management practices.
 
 
Every month in 2013, Equine Guelph will be providing a practical colic prevention tip in Equine Guelph's e-News, which will be capped off with the release of a Colic Prevention Tips poster in December.
 
Equine Guelph would like to thank everyone who participated last fall in Equine Guelph's Canada-wide colic survey. "Understanding the horse owners' experiences with colic has assisted Equine Guelph in developing a Colic Prevention Program tailored to the industry's needs," says Gayle Ecker, director of Equine Guelph.
 
In addition to funding from Alltech and Standardbred Canada, investment in this project has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP). In Ontario, this program is delivered by the Agricultural Adaptation Council.  Partners include: Central Ontario Standardbred Association, Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Society of Ontario, Ontario Association of Equine Practitioners, Ontario Equestrian Federation, Ontario Harness Horse Association and the Ontario Veterinary College.
 
For more information about how to reduce the risk of colic using Equine Guelph's Colic Prevention Program, visit EquineGuelph.ca/eworkshops/colic.php.

 
Equine Guelph is the horse owners' and care givers' Centre at the University of Guelph. It is a unique partnership dedicated to the health and well-being of horses, supported and overseen by equine industry groups. Equine Guelph is the epicentre for academia, industry and government - for the good of the equine industry as a whole. For further information, visit www.equineguelph.ca.
 
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Sign up for your FREE Health Flash

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 15, 2013 13:51


 
                                                             
 

Equine Guelph is pleased to announce the introduction of Health Flash - a program of four seasonal health reminders to help the busy horse owner keep on top of the changes that affect their sector during the year. The program will also provide special alerts in case of disease outbreaks and comes complete with interactive games to test your seasonal savvy.
 
"Health Flash will be a valuable tool to any horse owner as it provides very concise information to help keep on top of seasonal issues. Health Flash has the potential to have a positive economic impact on the industry as a whole as 'healthy horses' translate into a 'healthy industry'," says University of Guelph researcher, Dr. Kim McGurrin.
 
In addition to funding from Vétoquinol Canada and Merck Canada, investment in this project has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP). In Ontario, this program is delivered by the Agricultural Adaptation Council. Other partners include the Canadian Animal Health Institute and the Ontario Veterinary College.
 
Sign up at www.EquineGuelph.ca to receive Health Flash.

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Equine Canada Releases One Vision - New Strategic Plan Sets the Course to 2018

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 14, 2013 16:07


Our Vision Statement - Canadians are inspired to achieve personal excellence and embrace lifelong participation in equestrian activities 
 
Our Mission Statement - From championing best practices to encouraging fun and participation, Equine Canada is the dedicated national voice working to serve, promote and protect the interests of horses and Canada's equestrian community
 
Ottawa, Ontario- Canada's national equestrian federation has released One Vision - Equine Canada's Strategic Plan to 2018.  The most comprehensive plan in the federation's history comes after months of national stakeholder consultations with people from all walks of life, and in all parts of Canada, involved with the equine industry and equestrian sport community.
  
"One Vision is Equine Canada's most ambitious strategic plan to date," states Mike Gallagher, President of Equine Canada.  "We have established a rigorous set of objectives covering a broad range of activities, from horse welfare to equine and human athlete performance.
 
"We are excited to be launching this next chapter in our organization's history. Our sport, our industry is ever changing and we must change with it. To achieve success with our new vision for the future will take the outmost in teamwork, hard work and dedication to excellence," he adds.
 
The national organization has established an over-arching aspirational goal:   
Equine Canada will be widely recognized as a world-leading sport and equine federation committed to excellence, fair play and equine welfare; a model organization providing an inclusive environment where innovation, partnership and creativity flourish.
 
Equine Canada will measure the success of its strategic plan against the following benchmarks. 
•    Improved standards of care for the horse.   
•    A larger, more dynamic horse industry. 
•    Increased podium performances at: 
o    Olympic and Paralympic Games;
o    World Equestrian Games;
o    Pan-American and ParaPan American Games;
o    continental championships.
•    A strong national competition system that includes inter-provincial and national championships.
•    Programs for competitive development and life-long participation.
•    Programs that increase and diversify membership base.
•    Sustained organizational structures and processes that promote and support excellence and a culture where innovation and creativity flourish.
•    Strengthened connection between member engagement and policy development.
•    Through leadership and promotion of the benefits of association with the horse, more Canadians will be inspired to participate in equestrian activities as part of an active lifestyle.
Equine Canada Board of Directors' initiated the strategic planning process in the spring of 2011, which involved many hours of dedicated volunteer and staff time to bring the plan to fruition. The six-year plan is built upon the foundational belief that Equine Canada is the single national entity whose concerns and activities encompass sport, recreation, industry and equine welfare.
 
"Everyone, from volunteers, stakeholders, members and staff must be acknowledged for their tremendous commitment to our strategic planning process," states the President. "Their contributions were absolutely vital."
 
An implementation plan is currently under development with staff and volunteers. Semi-annual progress reports will be published on the Equine Canada website under About Us - Governance.   
 
Download  One Vision
Our Plan at a Glance
 
 
Canada Hippique publie
Une vision - Le nouveau plan stratégique trace la voie vers 2018
 

Notre énoncé de vision - Inciter les Canadiens à viser l'excellence et à participer aux activités équestres tout au long de leur vie.

Notre énoncé de mission - Valorisant les meilleures pratiques tout en encourageant le plaisir et la participation, Canada Hippique est la voix nationale par excellence qui travaille à servir, promouvoir et protéger les intérêts des chevaux et de la communauté équestre.
Ottawa, Ontario - La fédération équestre nationale du Canada a publié Une vision, le plan stratégique de Canada Hippique pour la période se terminant en 2018. Ce plan, le plus complet de l'histoire de la fédération, est le fruit de mois de consultations des intervenants nationaux auprès de personnes de tous horizons et de tous les coins du pays participant aux diverses facettes de l'industrie et de la communauté sportive équestres.

« Une vision est le plan stratégique le plus ambitieux de Canada Hippique à ce jour », indique Mike Gallagher, président de Canada Hippique. « Nous avons mis en place un ensemble rigoureux d'objectifs couvrant une vaste gamme d'activités, allant du bien-être du cheval aux prestations des athlètes équins et humains. »
« Nous sommes ravis de présenter ce nouveau chapitre de l'histoire de notre organisme. Notre sport et notre industrie sont en mutation constante, et il importe de nous adapter. Pour que cette vision de notre avenir nous mène à la réussite, nous devrons exiger un maximum de travail d'équipe, d'efforts soutenus et d'engagement vers l'excellence », ajoute-t-il.
L'organisme national a établi l'objectif idéal primordial suivant :
Canada Hippique sera généralement reconnu comme une fédération sportive et équestre de classe mondiale engagée dans l'excellence, l'esprit sportif et le bien-être du cheval; un organisme modèle qui offre un environnement inclusif où l'innovation, le partenariat et la créativité s'épanouissent.
Canada Hippique évaluera la réussite de son plan stratégique à l'aide des points de référence suivants :
•    Des normes améliorées de soins des chevaux.
•    Une industrie équestre plus vaste et dynamique.
•    Un nombre accru de prestations dignes de podium aux :

o    Jeux olympiques et paralympiques;
o    Jeux équestres mondiaux;
o    Jeux panaméricains et para-panaméricains;
o    championnats continentaux;
o    championnats non olympiques.
•    Un solide système national de compétition comprenant des championnats interprovinciaux et nationaux.
•    Des programmes de perfectionnement des compétiteurs et de participation pour la vie.
•    Des programmes destinés à accroître le nombre et la diversité des membres.
•    Des structures organisationnelles soutenues et des processus qui favorisent et soutiennent l'excellence et une culture où l'innovation et la créativité sont florissantes.
•    Des liens renforcis entre l'engagement des membres et l'élaboration des politiques.   
•    Grâce au leadership et à la promotion des avantages de l'association avec le cheval, davantage de Canadiens auront envie d'intégrer les activités équestres à leur style de vie actif.   
Le conseil d'administration de Canada Hippique a entrepris le processus de planification stratégique en avril 2011. Des bénévoles et des employés dévoués ont consacré de nombreuses heures de travail à sa concrétisation. Ce plan, réparti sur six ans, repose sur la conviction fondamentale que Canada Hippique est l'unique organisme national dont les préoccupations et les activités englobent le sport, le loisir, l'industrie et le bien-être du cheval.
« Tous, que ce soit les bénévoles, les intervenants, les membres et le personnel, doivent être remerciés de leur profond engagement à notre processus de planification stratégique », souligne le président. « Leur contribution a été foncièrement cruciale. »
Le personnel et les bénévoles élaborent actuellement un plan de mise en œuvre. Canada Hippique publiera des rapports d'étape semestriels sur son site Web dans la section Infos - Gouvernance.
 
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EQUIMANIA! FACEBOOK PHOTO CONTEST RETURNS!

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 12, 2013 08:29


 
                                                            
 

Hey Kids!
 
Show us a picture of horse(s) exhibiting fun behavior. Enter the second annual EquiMania! Facebook contest! A cool prize is on offer for the winner; sure to be appreciated by the horse lover in your family.
 
Enter to WIN! Show us an example of horse behavior whether it is playing, rolling, funny faces, interacting or whatever tickles your funny bone about their interesting routines. 
 
Please specify on your entry if you are:
 
1)      A contestant under 16 years old
2)      A contestant 16 years and up
 
Deadline for entries is January 15, 2013! Go to the EquiMania! facebook page for complete contest rules and submission details (http://www.facebook.com/pages/EquiMania/171050546252099).  Like us on Facebook, fill in the registration sheet and send your photos to eqmania@uoguelph.ca

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Gagliano Elected AHC Trustee

posted by Horse Owner Today    |   January 10, 2013 07:34




James L. Gagliano of The Jockey Club has been elected to the American Horse Council Board of Trustees.  Gagliano has been the president and chief operating officer of The Jockey Club, the breed registry for all Thoroughbred horses in North America, since January 1, 2010.  He had been the executive vice president and chief administrative officer of that organization for five years before that.

“The Jockey Club was a founding member of the American Horse Council when it was organized in 1969 and we have been an enthusiastic supporter and member ever since,” said Gagliano.  “I have a great appreciation for the need for an organization such as the AHC.  In addition to promoting and protecting the equine industry by representing its interests in Congress and before federal regulatory agencies on national issues of importance, the Horse Council is an invaluable resource to the industry itself.  I look forward to helping in all these efforts.”

“The AHC is very pleased that Jim Gagliano has agreed to serve on the board,” said AHC president Jay Hickey.  “He has been involved in racing for many years and active in the legislative process, including testifying before the Senate Commerce Committee on the Interstate Horseracing Improvement Act.  He has industry and Washington experience.”

Prior to joining The Jockey Club’s management team, Gagliano served as executive vice president of Magna Entertainment Corporation’s Maryland racing operations, where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Maryland Jockey Club. He also served as president, MEC OTB, and group vice president, MEC Northern Group.  Before that, Gagliano served as executive vice president and general manager of Greenwood Racing Inc. and worked in various roles during a 10-year stint with the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority.

Since October 2010, Gagliano has served as vice chairman representing the Americas for the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities’ Executive Council.

Gagliano is married with three children and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Providence College.


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As the national association representing all segments of the horse industry in Washington, D.C., the American Horse Council works daily to represent equine interests and opportunities. The AHC promotes and protects the industry by communicating with Congress, federal agencies, the media and the industry on behalf of all horse related interests each and every day.                       
 
The AHC is member supported by individuals and organizations representing virtually every facet of the horse world from owners, breeders, veterinarians, farriers, breed registries and horsemen's associations to horse shows, race tracks, rodeos, commercial suppliers and state horse councils.

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