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If you have a breeding stallion, you need to read this report!

 

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Wyoming Downs

Wyoming Downs on the 10th of July, 2015. WHC had a meeting and legislator came to the races. One of the races was held in memory of the late Senator  John Schiffer and Rep. Sue Wallis.


Purpose Statement:

  • to promote and protect the Wyoming equine industry.
  • to monitor legislation and adminsitrative decisions which would have an impact on the equine industry and/or horsemen.
  • to provide an association of persons having a common interest in promoting the equine industry in Wyoming.
  • to serve as a means of communication within the industry and spokesman to those outside the industry.

 

Sign up for the Congressional Cavalry

The Congressional Cavalry is the American Horse Council’s grassroots network. We let members of the Cavalry know when action on federal issues is needed and how to contact their Members of Congress. There is no cost to join the Cavalry. 

To sign up for the Congressional Cavalry, just e-mail ahc@horsecouncil.org with your name and contact information.

Contact Your Member of Congress

Members of Congress need to hear directly from members of the horse community so they understand the importance of horse industry in their states and districts.

To find and contact your Representatives and Senators visit http://www.house.gov/ or http://www.senate.gov/.  Call or email about any issue that is important to you.  You can also contact the district office closest to where you live and ask about any events you can attend or find out when your Member will be in your area and request a meeting

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Branding day

Branding Day on Middle Prong
-photo by Myra Addison


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Unwanted Horses - an article by Barb Daniels (pdf)

 

 

 
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