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    STATE BREED & DISCIPLINE ASSOCIATIONS

    Morgan Horse Association of Oregon

    Morgan Horse Association Oregon - www.morganhorseassociationoforegon.com

    The Morgan Horse Association of Oregon is one of the leading Morgan Horse Breed Promotion Associations specializing in promoting the Morgan Horse, our Morgan Members and their Morgan Farms. The Morgan Horse Association of Oregon does it's promotion in the Stable Sheet, on the Internet, at Morgan and Open Horse Shows, trail rides and many other other events throughout Oregon. The Morgan Horse Association of Oregon Advertises Morgan Horses (Morgan Mares, Morgan Fillies, Morgan Stallions, Morgan Colts, Morgan Geldings), and Morgan Breedings for sale.

       
     

    Northwest Saddlebred Association - www.nwsaddlebreds.org

       

    Oregon Cowboy/Western Dressage Alliance - www.orcwda.org

       
    Oregon Dressage Society

    Oregon Dressage Society - www.oregondressage.com

    The Oregon Dressage Society, an affiliate of the United States Dressage Federation, exists to educate, promote and inspire its members and the general public through programs, publications and competitions, in a way that enhances the image of Dressage and promotes the welfare of the horse.

       
    Oregon Equestrian Trails

    Oregon Equestrian Trails - www.oregonequestraintrails.com

    Oregon Equestrian Trails s a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose members are dedicated to designing, building, promoting, preserving, and maintaining horse camps and trails in Oregon. For over forty years, we've worked to ensure that horse trails and camps throughout our state remain accessible to riders now and in the future.  OET members promote LNT ethics, outdoor ethics, campground etiquette, and trail etiquette. In addition to our outdoor contributions, OET members also maintain ongoing communication with various governmental agencies to ensure continued equestrian access on public lands now and for future generations of equestrians.

       
    Oregon Hunter Jumper Assoc.

    Oregon Hunter Jumper Association - www.oregonhunterjumper.org

    The Oregon Hunter Jumper Association, formerly known as the Northwest Horse Council, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of hunters, jumpers, and hunt seat equitation. Founded in 1978, OHJA's purpose is as follows:  Promote the interests of the owners and exhibitors by ensuring fair competition and sportsmanship; Help improve and develop the quality of hunters and jumpers within the state; Bolster public support of the hunter/jumper and hunt seat equitation industry; and Expand and enhance the image of equestrian competition.  The professionals and amateurs involved in the OHJA share the belief that horsemanship promotes and develops not only an appreciation of horses and riding, but also in a much broader sense dedication, commitment, and sportsmanship.

       

    Oregon Quarter Horse Association - www.oregon-qha.com

       
    Oregon Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Assoc.

    Oregon Throroughbred Owners & Breeders Association - www.oregontoba.com

    The Oregon Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Association (Oregon TOBA) is a non-profit corporation committed to serving the interests of Oregon's breeding and racing industries. Our mission is to increase public interest through promotion and advancement of the breeding and racing of Oregon Thoroughbreds. Our goal is to strengthen the Oregon Thoroughbred industry, in cooperation with our board of directors and members, both in breeding and racing with new innovative ideas and incentive programs for the betterment of our industry.

     

     **If you are part of a state-wide or regional equestrian organization or association and would like to become more involved with Oregon Horse Country - please contact Brandi Ebner, brandi@oregonhorsecountry.com or at 503-682-0411 x103.  We would love to come speak to your organization and find out how we can partner to help each other!**