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A FREE on-line resource provided by the Kansas Horse Council.
Use the Equine Directory - advertise or locate a farrier, trail riding stable, boarding facilities, lessons, event facilities, breeders, insurance providers, saddle clubs, tack, photographers, and much more!
Choose a Category or Search - Search by category, city or county.
Submit and Edit Your Free Listing - Make this site comprehensive and accurate by submitting a free listing of your Kansas horse-related business or organization. Edit your listing and add or change pictures and text as often as you wish. It’s FREE & EASY TO USE! Become part of the Largest Equine Network in Kansas!
Ready to Ride Kansas?
Order your copy of Equestrian Trails in Kansas ($3) from the KHC office. The guidebook is also available from State Park offices and participating sponsors (Roy Frey Western & R Bar B, Topeka; Holton Ranch Supply, Edgerton).
February 14-16, 2014!!
KHC’s Equifest of Kansas
and his unique style of Australian horsemanship!
Kansas Cowboy favorite, Kerry Kuhn,
sharing his passion for communicating with horses.
The “face, heart, and soul of Cowboy Dressage”,
Battle of the Breeds!
December Rescue of the Month
Meet Dixie . . .
a Pony of America (POA), who is about 19 years old. Dixie is broke to ride but needs a firm hand and remedial training. She is missing one eye and behaves best when accompanied by a companion horse on her vision side. Dixie has spent time with a trainer and is coming along nicely.
Dixie is ready for her forever home!
Contact Hope in the Valley Equine Rescue:
ARE YOU A KHC MEMBER?
Join today and be part of the largest equine network in Kansas. Your membership supports fun and educational opportunities, trail rides, technological growth for the equine industry, and helps secure the future of our equine-related jobs, recreation, and lifestyle. In return, you receive a $1,000,000 personal liability policy that covers all of your horses any time, any place; discounts at Kansas and national businesses; scholarship opportunities; discounts on liability signs.
What are you waiting for?
CLICK HERE AND JOIN TODAY!!
Specialty Equine License Plates?
Have you ever wished you could share your passion for horses on your license plate?
That may soon become possible! In order to begin the process, the Kansas Horse Council needs 500 signatures of individuals who support the idea. This is NOT a commitment to purchase a specialty equine plate when they become available.
If you like the idea of walking into your DMV office and having the choice of purchasing a traditional plate or one with a horse graphic, please Click Here to Show Support. Simply put your name and the county where you live in the body of the message. Please put “equine license plate” in the subject line.
The response so far has been excellent but we still need a few more signatures.
Veterinary Health Center, KSU
Subscribe to Trail Talk! The Veterinary Health Center Equine Service at Kansas State University shares important news and advice through this quarterly newsletter. Click Here to Sign Up!
Click on newsletter image for September issue:
Kansas Liability Law Sign – Where’s Yours?
If you don’t have a Kansas Liability Law sign posted on your property, YOU ARE NOT COVERED by the law. This statute protects you from frivolous law suits regarding horses, cattle, swine, sheep, goats, domesticated deer, llamas, poultry, rabbits, ponies, mules, jennys, donkeys or hinnys.
Does your county fairground or horse show arena have a WARNING sign posted? Why take a chance – take advantage of this protection today. $30 for KHC members; $40 for non-members, includes taxes and shipping. Order them on the KHC Website via PayPal or call the KHC office, 785-776-0662.
CLICK HERE to read the full definition and explanation of the protection this law provides.
The Certified Horsemanship Association provides free “how to” videos for the horse owner. Topics include Blanketing Your Horse, Using a Mounting Block, Fitting Martingales and other tack, Fitting Horse Boots, and several others. Visit CHA-ahse.org or click on the You Tube link:
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) www.blm.gov offers Mustangs for adoption. Contact them today to adopt a great American horse!