American Paint Horse Association
The American Paint Horse Association is to collect, record and preserve the pedigrees of American Paint Horses, and to stimulate and regulate all matters pertaining to the promotion, history, breeding and exhibition of this breed. APHA serves both the breed and our members by being aware of the industry and market, and of the needs, opportunities and challenges of our members.
American Quarter Horse Association
The American Quarter Horse established a bold reputation as the greatest cattle roundup and trail driving horse in history and would never be forgotten by early American racing enthusiasts. To ensure the unique qualities of this breed did not perish, a group of American Quarter Horse enthusiasts met in 1940 in Ft. Worth, Texas to establish what was to become the largest equine breed registry in the world, the American Quarter Horse Association. Located in Amarillo, Texas, AQHA has registered more than 5 million American Quarter Horses and serves more than 350,000 worldwide members. AQHA functions as the official record keeping and governing body of the American Quarter Horse industry. AQHA records all American Quarter Horse ownership, processes approved show and race results, catalogs performance and produce data on all American Quarter Horses, maintains association funds and publicizes the American Quarter Horse industry.
Arabian Horse Association
Formed in 2003, The Arabian Horse Association is a product of the merger of the Arabian Horse Registry of American and the International Arabian Horse Association. The main goal of the AHA is to provide a focal point Arabian horse recreational or competitive activities, and meet the breeding, competitive and recreational interest of their more than 26,000 members.
Blenheim EquiSports, an equestrian event management company based in San Juan Capistrano, CA, produces over thirty events per year in three locations: San Juan Capistrano, Del Mar and Las Vegas, NV. The events include USEF "A" or "AA" rated hunter-jumper shows featuring a Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League Qualifying Grand Prix, several USHJA International High Performance Hunter Challenges, Pony Finals, Medal Finals and more.
Brumley Management Events
For over a decade, Brumley Management Group has been producing exciting reining events in premier locations for contestants, owners, equine enthusiasts, and spectators alike. Participants and visitors from all over the world, including Canada, Mexico, Italy and Germany, have attended the shows, enjoying the sport of reining offered on all levels. Over the years, these events have grown to draw more participants than ever, with an average annual increase of 37%, and payouts nearing $1,000,000 annually!
Cornerstone Event Management
Cornerstone Event Management is the organizer of California's premier international dressage competitions. Prize lists and additional show information is available via their website, www.cornerstonedressage.com, as well as regular updates posted on Facebook.
Markel/USEF Young Horse Dressage Program
The Markel/USEF Young Horse Dressage Program promotes the importance of selective breeding and correct training of horses in the United States, and encourages participation of breeders, athletes, and trainers of young horses in dressage competition. The purposes of this program are to encourage the properly structured development of young dressage prospects through the training scale; to identify and recognize outstanding talent and the training of international - caliber horses; and to prepare these horses for future careers at the FEI level and participation on U.S. High Performance teams.
National Reined Cow Horse Association
The National Reined Cow Horse Association was formed in 1949, with the goal of preserving and educating the public about the rich history of this traditional horsemanship. The NRCHA is responsible for promoting the sport and ensuring high standards of competition. The organization was originally called the California Reined Cow Horse Association. Despite the name change, the association has continued to celebrate the early California traditions of highly-trained working cow horses and today, 64 years after its creation, continues to work to keep the vaquero tradition alive in today’s equine industry.
National Reining Horse Association
Founded in 1966, the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) is an organization dedicated to the promotion of the reining horse. It serves as the standard setting body for the sport of Reining worldwide.
The National Snaffle Bit Association, Inc.
The National Snaffle Bit Association, Inc. (NSBA) began in 1983, with the mission to promote various equine programs and events in order to grow the show horse community. They have continued to promote interest in the pleasure horses through exhibits, events, contests, and training, as well as encouraging the use of the standard rules for holding and judging contests of pleasure horses.
Ohio Quarter Horse Association
OQHA strives to encourage the breeding and competition of Quarter Horses in Ohio through world-class competitions, recreation activities, education and engagement. OQHA began by sponsoring classes at open shows in Ohio, then later established it's own breeder's futurity and year-end awards for AQHA-approved events.
Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International
Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.), a federally-registered 501(c3) nonprofit, was formed in 1969 as the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association to promote equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) for individuals with special needs. With more than 4,500 certified instructors and equine specialists and more than 850 member centers around the globe, more than 7,600 PATH Intl. members help 58,300 children and adults--including more than 3,310 veterans and active-duty military personnel--with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges find strength and independence through the power of the horse each year. In addition to therapeutic riding, centers offer a number of therapeutic equine-related activities, including hippotherapy, equine-facilitated mental health, driving, interactive vaulting, competition, ground work and stable management.
United States Hunter Jumper Association
The USHJA provides to its membership competition programs, awards and recognition, educational programs, and experiential opportunities. The competitive programs are appropriate and accessible to all levels of hunter/jumper sport. The Association distributes awards and recognition to competitors through championship events and year end awards in a wide variety of divisions and skill levels. We promote fair sport, sportsmanship and horse welfare. Through our governance structure, the USHJA provides representation, advocacy and regulatory input.