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The 2016 home of Equifest of Kansas!
Click on the logo to find the Expocentre Calendar of Events.
Lots of equine activities for 2015!
Get $1M Personal Excess Liability Insurance with KHC Membership!
AHC June Washington Updates:
AHC Action Alert – Support H-2B Program Now
Click on AHC logo to visit website.
Saving land for horses
and horse-related activities.
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
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) www.blm.gov offers Mustangs for adoption. Contact them to adopt a great American horse!
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Are You a KHC Member?
Be part of the largest equine network in Kansas! Your membership supports
- fun and educational opportunities
- trail rides
- growth for the equine industry
- and helps secure the future of our equine-related jobs, recreation, and lifestyle.
You receive a $1,000,000 personal liability policy that covers all of your horses any time, any place; scholarship opportunities; discounts on liability signs.
Go to the Purchasing Package link on this website to see the discounts you receive with your KHC membership at Kansas-owned and national businesses!
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KHC Member Purchasing Package
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Where’s Your Sign?
Click on the sign for more information:
Available from the KHC office or participating retailers: Better Equine, Paola; Hunn Leather, Augusta; R Bar B, Topeka; Lifetime Pet, Olathe; Burrows Tack, Hugoton.
June Rescue of the Month
Hope in the Valley Equine Rescue:
Torey, a 16h Thoroughbred mare born in 2002, would make a good companion horse. See her story at Hope in the Valley’s website.
KHC Foundation Awards Scholarships
The Kansas Horse Council Foundation awarded $11,250 in scholarships to 13 recipients on June 9. The two largest awards of $2,500 each to the top male, Antonia Ramonda-Pruit, and female, Molly Jaax, were provided by a donation from the Weary Family Foundation. Bob and Dale (Weary) Clore were present to make these awards. Rep. Tom Moxley presented the other 11 awards, which were made possible by the auction held at Equifest.
Pictured are: front row – Jason Klam, Chelsea Gabriel, Molly Jaax, Brianna Crain; back row – Luke Commerford, Brandon Thomas, Ethan Quaney, Zoe Wolsoncroft and Antonio Ramonda-Pruit (Not pictured: Brianna Peddicord, MaRyka Smith, Samantha Hendryx, & Hayley Bannister)
Welcome to Trail Talk
with the VHC Equine Service
In this issue:
- EHV-1 (Equine Herpesvirus)
- New Lameness Techology
- Breaking Ground for New State-of-the-Art Equine Performance Testing Center
Ready to Ride Kansas?
Available from the KHC office ($3), or pick one up from state and federal park offices with equestrian trails or from participating sponsors (R Bar B, Topeka; Holton Ranch Supply, Edgerton, Better Equine, Paola; Lifetime Pet, Olathe).