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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR HORSEMANSHIP SAFETY, INC.

4125 Fish Creek Rd.
Estes Park, CO 80517
866-485-6800
Fax: 512-488-2319
Email: mail@horsemanshipsafety.com
Web address: www.horsemanshipsafety.com

CAUTION: HORSES


AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RIDING SCHOOLS, INC.

Colleen B. Pace, Pres.
8375 Coldwater Rd.
Davison, MI 48423-8966
810-496-0360
Fax: 269-288-0408
Email: colleenpace@ucanride.com
Web address: www.ucanride.com


AMERICAN FARRIER’S ASSOCIATION

Rachel K. Heighton, Off. Mgr.
4059 Iron Works Pkwy., Ste. 1
Lexington, KY 40511-8434
859-233-7411
Fax: 859-231-7862
Email: rheighton@americanfarriers.org
Web address: www.americanfarriers.org

Professional Farrier, No Foot No Horse

The AFA centers upon five foundational tenets, which reinforce our mission and drive all of our efforts and programs: Education, Certification, Communication, Research and Innovation. These five, timeless tenets provide the basis for all AFA programs and serve as the focal points of the AFA, past and present.


AMERICAN NATIONAL RIDING COMMISSION

Marion Lee, Exec. Sec.
705 Longfellow Dr., NE
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-669-2920
Email: marionhlee@verizon.net
Web address: www.anrc.org

Annual Meeting: Sweet Briar College Sweet Briar, VA


AMERICAN RIDING INSTRUCTORS ASSOCIATION (ARIA)

Charlotte B. Kneeland, Dir.
28801 Trenton Ct.
Bonita Springs, FL 34134-3337
239-948-3232
Fax: 239-948-5053
Email: aria@riding-instructor.com
Web address: www.riding-instructor.com

Riding Instructor Magazine

The mission of the American Riding Instructors Association is to promote excellence in the profession of horseback riding instruction, based on the principles of Safety, Knowledge, and Integrity, with the health, happiness, and well-being of students and horses being of primary concern.


AMERICAN YOUTH HORSE COUNCIL, INC.

Jill Montgomery, Executive Director
577 N. Boyero Ave.
Pueblo West, CO  81007
719-547-7677
Email: info@ayhc.com
Web address: www.ayhc.com

Network News

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THE BROTHERHOOD OF WORKING FARRIERS ASSOCIATION

Ralph Casey, Ex. Dir.
14013 E. Hwy. 136
LaFayette, GA 30728
706-397-8047
Fax: 706-397-8047
Email:info@bwfa.net
Web address: www.bwfa.net

BWFA: National Business News Bulletin

To promote and educate the horse owning public about the role of the professional and certified farrier in the equine industry and overall health of the horse.


BUTLER PROFESSIONAL FARRIER SCHOOL, LLC.

Doug Butler
495 Table Road
Crawford, NE 69339
800-728-3826 or 308-665-1510
Fax: 308-665-1520
Email: Jacob@dougbutler.com
Web address: www.butlerprofessionalfarrierschool.com

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CHA (CERTIFIED HORSEMANSHIP ASSOCIATION)

Brent Morgan, Pres.
Christy Landwehr, CEO
4037 Iron Works Pkwy., #180
Lexington, KY 40511
859-259-3399
Fax: 859-255-0726
Email: clandwehr@cha-ahse.org
Web address: www.cha-ahse.org and www.CHAinstructors.com

The Instructor Magazine

To promote excellence in safety and education for the entire horse industry.


COWBOYS 4 KIDS

Peter Relyea, Pres.
2519 S. County Road 29
Loveland, CO  80537
970-635-2910
Email:  info@CowboysForKids.org
Web address:  www.cowboys4kids.org

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DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE

Angelo Telatin, Director, Equine Studies
700 E. Butler Ave.
Doylestown, PA 18901
215-489-2909
Email: angelo.telatin@delval.edu
Web address: www.deval.edu

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EQUESTRIAN LAND CONSERVATION RESOURCE

Larry Byers, Pres.
4037 Iron Works Pkwy., Ste. 120
Lexington, KY 40511
859-455-8383
Fax: 859-455-8381
Email: info@elcr.org
Web address: www.elcr.org

The Resource Quarterly Newsletter

Educate horsemen on how to serve land and trails for horses and equine-related activities.

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FARRIERS’ NATIONAL RESEARCH CENTER AND SCHOOL, INC.

Ralph Casey, Pres.
14013 E. Hwy. 136
LaFayette, GA 30728
706-397-8909
Fax: 706-397-8047
Email: info@horseshoentime.tv
Web address: www.horseshoentime.tv/

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HARNESS HORSE YOUTH FOUNDATION

Callie Davies-Gooch, Pres.
Ellen Taylor, Exec. Dir. 16575 Carey Rd.
Westfield, IN 46074
317-867-5877
Fax: 317-867-5896
Email: ellen@hhyf.org
Web address: www.hhyf.org

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JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

Beth Beukema, Chair. Dept. of Equine Studies
8 Abbott Park Pl.
Providence, RI 02903
508-252-5700
Fax: 508-252-3027
Email: bbeukema@jwu.edu
Web Address: www.jwu.edu

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KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Otis Armstrong
6301 Kirkwood Blvd., SW
P. O. Box 2068
Cedar Rapids, IA  52406
319-398-4950  Fax: 319-398-5611
Email: oarmstr@kirkwood.cc.ia.us
Web address:  www.kirkwood.cc.ia.us

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LAKE ERIE COLLEGE – EQUINE STUDIES DEPARTMENT

Stephanie Huffman
391 W. Washington St.
Painesville, OH 44077
440-375-8005
Web address: www.lec.edu


LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Ky Mortensen
Equine Health Studies Program
College of Veterinary Medicine
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
225-578-9590 Fax: 225-578-9605
Email: kmortensen@vetmed.lsu.edu
Web Address: www.lsuequine.com

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MIDWAY COLLEGE

Dr. William Drake, Pres.
Equine Studies Office
512 E. Stephens St.
Midway, KY 40347-1120
859-846-5866 or 859-846-5372
Fax: 859-846-5349
Email: admissions@midway.edu
Web address: www.midway.edu

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NATIONAL 4-H COUNCIL

Donald T. Floyd, Pres./CEO
7100 Connecticut Ave.
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
301-961-2800
Email: info@fourhcouncil.edu
Web address: www.fourhcouncil.edu

4-H Source Book


NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION

Dr. Steve Brown, National FFA Advisor.
1410 King St., Ste 400
Alexandria, VA  22314
317-802-6060
Fax: 317-802-6051
Web address: www.ffa.org

The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.


NEW HORIZONS EQUINE EDUCATION CENTER

Colette May, Pres.
P. O. Box 246
Good Hope, GA 30641
770-266-0631
Email:  nheec@frii.com
Web address: www.newhorizonsequine.com

Course Catalog

Convenient equine education for all ages.

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THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EQUINE PROGRAM

Dr. Kimberly Cole, Ext. Eq. Specialist
2029 Fyffe Court
222D Animal Sciences Bldg.
Columbus,  OH  43067
(614) 292-2625 Fax (614) 292-1515
Email: Cole.436@osu.edu
Web Address: www.osu.edu


OTTERBEIN COLLEGE

Bruce Mandeville, Chair Dept. of Equine Science
Otterbein College
Westerville, OH 43081-2006
614-823-1843
Fax: 614-823-3042
Email: bmandeville@otterbein.edu
Web address: www.otterbein.edu/equine

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PATH INTERNATIONAL – PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THERAPEUTIC HORSEMANSHIP INTERNATIONAL

Kay Green, Chief Executive Officer
P. O. Box 33150
Denver, CO 80233
303-452-1212 or 800-369-RIDE
Fax: 303-252-4610
Email: kgreen@pathintl.org
Web address: www.pathintl.org

PATH Intl.’s Strides, PATH Intl. eNews, Instructor Voice


PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

Ann M.  Swinker, PhD, Prof., Equine Science Program
Dr. Burt Stanier, Prof., Equine Nutrition
Dept. of Animal Sciences
324 Henning Bldg.
University Park, PA 16802
814-865-7810 (Swinker);
814-865-0698 (Stanier)
Fax: 814-865-7442
Email: aswinker@psu.edu or wstanier@psu.edu
Web address:  www.das.psu.edu

Penn State Equine Newsletter


PONY OF THE AMERICAS CLUB
Jackie Guthrie, President
3828 S. Emerson Avenue
Indianapolis, IN  46203-5990
317-788-107
Fax:  317-788-8974
Email:  poac@poac.org
Web address:  www.poac.org

POA Magazine


The POA is 46-56 inches in height with Appaloosa coloration and characteristics.  Ideal mount for children, compete in all types of performance events.

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SWEET BRIAR COLLEGE

Shelby B. French, Dir. of Riding
Sweet Briar College Riding Program
Box 6
Sweet Briar, VA 24595-0006
804-381-6116
Fax: 804-381-6457
Email: sfrench@sbc.edu

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UNITED STATES PONY CLUBS, INC.

Kevin Price, CEO
4041 Iron Works Pike
Lexington, KY  40511
859-254-PONY (7669)  Fax:  859-233-4652
Email:  ceo@ponyclub.org
Web address:  www.ponyclub.org

Pony Club News


The United States Pony Clubs, Inc. develops character, leadership, confidence and a sense of community in youth through a program that teaches the care of horses and ponies, riding and mounted sports. 


UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA – RACE TRACK INDUSTRY PROGRAM

F. Douglas Reed, Dir.
Betty Prewitt
University of Arizona Race Track Industry Program
845 N. Park Ave., Ste. 370
Tuscon, AZ 85721
520-621-5660
Fax: 520-621-8239
Email:  dreed@ag.arizona.edu
Web address: www.ua-rtip.org

RTI Update

The mission of the RTIP is to offer students a broad-based, university education with emphasis on the pari-mutuel racing industry. The RTIP also provides support for the pari-mutuel racing industry through a variety of outreach programs.


THE UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY

Farrabee McCarthy, Dir.
Center for Equestrian & Pre-Veterinary Studies
1000 Main St.
Findlay, OH 45840
800-472-9502 or 419-422-8313
Fax: 419-434-4822
Email: admissions@findlay.edu
Web address: www.findlay.edu


UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE – EQUINE INDUSTRY PROGRAM

Timothy Chapps, Dir.
Equine Industry Program
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292-0001
502-852-7617
Fax: 502-852-4867
Email: wilcke@louisville.edu
Web address: http://cbpa.louisville.edu/eip/

Equine Industry Program Newsletter

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WILLIAM WOODS UNIVERSITY

Div. of Equestrian Studies
One University Ave.
Fulton, MO 65251-1098
573-592-4280
Fax: 573-592-1196
Email: Admissions@WilliamWoods.edu
Web address: www.williamwoods.edu/eqs



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