Idaho Appaloosa Horse Club Meetings

IApHC. Idaho Appaloosa Horse Club

Next meeting: Thursday, December 29, 2016 at Jerry Smith Offices 291 N Broadway, Blackfoot, ID 83221 at 7p.m.

We are having our annual meeting on January 14, 2017 Hosted at the Blackfoot Elks Lodge –

 

BPOE-1416

Address123 N Ash St, Blackfoot, ID 83221

Phone(208) 785-1080

 

Anyone interested in attending either event can view our website for further information:

www.IAppaloosaHorseClub.org

 

and/or contact me at the following information

Diana Wadsworth

(208) 681-6273

IAppyHC@gmail.com

IDAHO HORSE COUNCIL ORGANIZATION MEMBERS

IDAHO  HORSE COUNCIL ORGANIZATION MEMBERS 2016

Ada County Sheriffs Mounted Possee-ettes
American Blazer Horse Association, Inc.
Back Country Horsemen of Idaho
Boise Pony Club boise.ponyclub.org/
C Bar F Saddle & Equine You
Cornerstone Equine   http://cornerstonequine.com/about-us/
Eh-Capa Bareback Riders
Farriers Guild of Idaho http://www.farriersofidahoguild.com/
Idaho Dressage & Eventing Assoc. http://www.idahodressageandeventing.org/
Idaho Farm Bureau Federation
Idaho Miniature Horse Association
Idaho Quarter Horse Association http://idahoqha.com/
Idaho Thoroughbred Association  http://www.idahothoroughbred.com/
Personal Ponies Ltd. Idaho http://www.personalponies.org/programs/
Rough Riders Drill Club
Southern Comfort Gaited Horse Club
Southwest Idaho Trail & Distance Riders http://www.endurance.net/switdr/index.htm
Southwind Ranch LLC
Thursday Sage Riders
Treasure Valley Racing
Western Riding Club  http://www.westernridingclub.com/

Blue Ribbon Private Treaty Horse Sale 2016

IDAHO HORSE EXPO’S PRIVATE TREATY HORSE SALE
APRIL21,22,23, 2017
WHERE YOU MAKE YOUR OWN DEAL
“The solution to the frustrating procedure of buying or selling a horse.”

Consider the idea of buying a car, home or any major appliance, only through an auction. You have little idea of the history of the item and you have only 2 to 3 minutes to make up your mind Certainly, not an ideal situation, but many of us purchase horses in that very manner, only to get the horse home and find it is not suitable for our intended purpose.
Although the logical alternative to finding horses is to buy directly from the owner by going through publications, scheduling appointments (and finding that the horse is not what was represented); this can be time consuming and frustrating. Continue reading

BLM Announces 2016 Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Schedule

BLM Announces 2016 Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Schedule

In accordance with Federal law, which requires excess wild horses and burros in the West to be placed with caring private owners, the Bureau of Land Management today announced its 2016 adoption schedule for these special animals that evoke the history of the American West.  The new adoption schedule can be found at http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/whbprogram/adoption_program/schedule.html.

“I urge people from across the country to attend an adoption event this year and bring home one of these icons of the West,” said BLM Director Neil Kornze.  “Giving a good home to a wild horse or burro has the double benefit of saving taxpayers nearly $50,000 each time an animal gets adopted.” Continue reading

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