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May 2-3, Rockhaven Campground
Saddle up with other trail riding enthusiasts for a weekend on the scenic hardwood trails at Clinton Lake! Rockhaven Campground offers utility and primitive campsites, pipe corrals, shower house, and shelter house. Day parking is also available. Click on the links for the ride flyer and the registration form.
2015 KHC Clinton ride
Trail Ride registration form
Welcome New Businesses to the KHC Purchasing Package!
Show your KHC Membership Card and receive a 10% discount on purchases at several new Kansas businesses! Click here.
April Rescue of the Month
Hope in the Valley Equine Rescue:
- Annie is a 19 yr old, 16.1h Belgian/Saddlebred. She was the lead horse in the carriage team that gave holiday rides at Bradley Fair in Wichita. Her career was cut short when cancer was discovered in her left eye. Annie was donated to Hope in the Valley in hopes of finding her a good home. The eye was removed in December 2014. Once she completely recovers and adapts, she will be evaluated to see if she is eligible for adoption or will have a forever home at the sanctuary.
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).
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Are you a high school senior or college student who is a member of the Kansas Horse Council and who has a history of involvement in the world of horses? If so, check out the Kansas Horse Council Scholarship. But, hurry; applications are due April 1.
Click here: KHC Scholarship
In this issue:
- Bring Horse Racing Back to Kansas
- Introducing New KHC Board Members
- Rainbow Meadows ‘Horse of the Month’
Congratulations to KHC Board Member Casey West on his election to the American Paint Horse Association Executive Board!
Kansas’ first equine specialty license plate is available now! Get one for your truck and your car, and it’s the first specialty plate that can even be put on your trailer. If you don’t see it displayed with the other specialty plates at your county office, ask for it!
The Kansas chapter of Back Country Horsemen of America is into its second year and growing! Especially in travels to western states, riders see evidence of the work BCHA does to keep public trails open to equestrians.
Find out more about BCHA-Kansas
Kansas Liability Law Sign –
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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) www.blm.gov offers Mustangs for adoption. Contact them today to adopt a great American horse!