GRANT RECIPIENTS LINKS
OTHER IMPORTANT LINKS
American Hackney Horse Society
The incorporation of the American Hackney Horse Society took place early in 1891. The idea occurred to owners of Hackney horses throughout the western states and indeed residents of several parts of the country had actually taken steps to form a similar society some months prior to the organization of the AHHS. It was not until advances were made to the Council of the English Hackney Society by the directors of this association that action in the United States was formally ratified by the authorities of the parent society, and assurance of affiliation obtained.
American Saddlebred Horse Association
The American Saddlebred remains the ultimate show horse, high-stepping and elegant. A show horse is a spectacle of beauty and grace but is also an intense athletic competitor. American Saddlebreds compete in four primary divisions in the show ring: Five-Gaited, Three-Gaited, Fine Harness and Pleasure. Each division has its own "look," and competitors should be groomed to perfection. Five-gaited, fine harness and show pleasure horses are exhibited with full manes and tails. Five-gaited horses are shown with roached, or trimmed, manes to accentuate their long, fine necks.
Indiana American Saddlebred Horse Association
The mission of the Indiana American Saddlebred Horse Association is to promote the American Saddlebred horse in the State of Indiana. This includes ownership, breeding, training or exhibition of American Saddlebreds. Our aim is to provide programs and services to our members that include equine welfare and education. We also encourage youth involvement with the American Saddlebred while building upon public interest and awareness of the breed.
United States Equestrian Federation
US Equestrian is dedicated to uniting the equestrian community, honoring achievement, and serving as guardians of equestrian sport. Since its inception in 1917, US Equestrian has been dedicated to pursuing excellence and promoting growth, all while providing and maintaining a safe and level playing field for both its equine and human athletes