Regional Directors & Representatives

Feel free to contact your regional director or representatives if you have any questions.

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Region 1 Regional DirectorShanda Mattix
148 S. Adams Ave.
Colby, KS 67701
785-460-6332; Cell 785-443-0415
Jessica Milliman
5000 N Road 30E
Hoxie, KS 67740

Region 2 Regional Director

Deb Hodge
25000 W. 210th St.
Spring Hill, KS 66083

Region 3 Regional Director

Nancy Owens
1898 Rd BB
Moscow, KS 67952

Alisha Owens
790 Road 14
Hugoton, KS  67951

Cindy Temaat
Shady Grove Farm Shires
11052 129th Rd.
Spearville, KS 67876




Region 4 Regional Director

Chris Kaegi-Stephens
11220 N. Rock Road
Valley Center, KS 67147

Susan Rush
21860 131st Road
Winfield, KS 67156

Susan Jaax
11915 E. 69th N.
Wichita, KS 67226

Region 5 Regional Director(s)

Jim & Cheryl Thomas
2143 Hwy K278
Lyndon, KS 66451


Jan Moore (effective 09/18)
27163 Pressonville Rd.
Wellsville,  KS 66092
913-709-8329  email:





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We are currently seeking to add representatives to all 5 regional areas.  Region’s 2 and 5 are some of our highest population/equine interest areas.  More than one representative would be welcome in these areas. Exposure at shows, trail rides & competitions would be beneficial. All positions will be on a volunteer basis.  You must also be a current Kansas Horse Council member.

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact our office at 785-776-0662 or e-mail

General duties & responsibilities of Regional Representatives is as follows:  

Attend Regional Director/Representative Meetings to share ideas and information uniting all regions of Kansas. Host regional events, such as a clinic, seminar, trail ride or show/competition.  Enroll individuals and families, as well as clubs and associations to be members of Kansas Horse Council. Set up KHC materials, information and membership forms at horse shows, competitions, vet clinics, stores or places horse people in your region frequent.  Keep KHC informed of any regional information about equine activities, shows, rodeos, trail rides, etc. and share local news of equine health issues, local legislation or lawsuits, and local, city or state agencies impacting recreational use areas for the equine industry in your region.  Submit articles of interest to KHC to share in the newsletter. Make an effort to meet and develop a working relationship with The Kansas Dept. of Wildlife and Parks directors in your area.  Be available to host an information booth or present at meetings requesting a representative of Kansas Horse Council. If you don’t have a vast working knowledge yet of Kansas Horse Council, but have interest in stepping up, we welcome your interest.  Knowledge will come through history updates, communication and time.

Be a part of the Kansas Horse Council and make history happen.   We are looking for enthusiasm to recruit friends & fellow riders in your area who share similar interests in the equine community.