Certified Horsemanship Association’s July Webinar on Yoga for Every Equestrian

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: Christy Landwehr 720-857-9550 or clandwehr@CHA.horse Certified Horsemanship Association’s July Webinar on Yoga for Every Equestrian (July 2020) – The Certified Horsemanship Association’s (CHA) is happy to announce our July webinar Yoga for Every Equestrian with Gabrielle Diakon live on Wednesday, July 29th at Noon ET with a …

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Certified Horsemanship Association International Conference Will be Virtual in October

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: CHA 859-259-3399 or Office@CHA.horse Certified Horsemanship Association International Conference Will be Virtual in October   (July 2020) – The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) is holding its first ever Virtual International Conference on Friday, October 30, 2020.  This event will be open to all horse enthusiasts with a …

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Certified Horsemanship Association and Kentucky Equine Education Project Host a CHA Equine Facility Manager Certification

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: CHA 859-259-3399 or Office@CHA.horse Certified Horsemanship Association and Kentucky Equine Education Project Host a CHA Equine Facility Manager Certification   (July 2020) – The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) and the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) are hosting a CHA Equine Facility Manager Certification from November 20 – …

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Starting a Hay Bank

By Katie Navarra Feed and hay bills did not stop even though income evaporated amid the coronavirus pandemic. Organizations across the country offer access to hay banks and A Home For Every Horse helps connect horse owners with those resources. “The main goal of hay banks is to help people in need keep their horses …

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Certified Horsemanship Association Riding Instructor and Equine Facility Manager Certifications Starting Up Again in August

Certified Horsemanship Association Riding Instructor and Equine Facility Manager Certifications Starting Up Again in August (May 2020) – Anyone who wants to further their career by earning a Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) Certification is encouraged to check out the CHA Certification Schedule online at https://cha.horse/find-cha-certification-clinics-by-date/   CHA Certifications are intensive multi-day events in which attendees learn …

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Certified Horsemanship Association Launches a Brand New Interactive Website

Certified Horsemanship Association Launches a Brand New Interactive Website  For Immediate Release –May 11, 2020 – Lexington, KY – Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) has launched a brand new interactive website at https://cha.horse/. “We are so excited about this new website that has great resources for all equestrians including educational horsemanship video shorts, webinars, full length …

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CHA Certified Instructors Share What Their CHA Certification Has Done for Them

By Sarah Evers Conrad and CHA Members Listed Below CHA Certified Instructors are passionate about their work, their students, and about CHA. We asked several CHA Certified Instructors to share how their CHA Certification has changed their career, and we received some great responses. If you are a CHA Certified Instructor and would like to …

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Western Dressage: What Is It, and Could This Benefit Your Program?

By Bradie Chapman What is Western Dressage? US Equestrian defines Western Dressage as, “The riding and developing of the western rider and horse to improve themselves as individuals and partners through the use and discipline of dressage.” In 2010, the Western Dressage Association of America (WDAA) was formed and approved by US Equestrian in 2013 …

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Keeping Horse Legs Safe

Whether a horse is being used for jumping, eventing, dressage, reining, cattle work, trail riding, riding lessons, camp programs, or just as a pleasure horse, one thing is certain – they work hard, and so do their legs. The legs of a horse are certainly amazing. They take on extreme amounts of stress, bear a …

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Equestrian Camps

By Sarah Evers Conrad You can tell when spring is approaching here in Lexington, KY, when Lexington’s Annual Summer Camps and Activities Fair rolls around. If your city or town has an event like this, it is a great way to do some research on local camps in the area and to be able to …

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CHA’s Partnerships with Other Top Equine Organizations Benefits Members and Non-Members

The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) is honored to be partnered with extraordinary organizations that are leaders in their specific areas within the equine industry. Each partner helps fulfill CHA’s mission, which states, “To promote excellence in safety and education for the benefit of the entire horse industry. This is accomplished by certifying instructors, accrediting equine …

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Educational Opportunities for Equestrians Available at CHA Regional Conferences

By Sarah Evers Conrad Are you looking for a way to boost your horsemanship skills? Do you want to learn more about teaching horseback riding? Do you want to learn from some of the best horsemen and horsewomen in the equine industry? All horse enthusiasts, especially instructors and professionals within the equine industry, have 11 …

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Three More Important Standards for Equestrian Programs

By Sarah Evers Conrad Last week we discussed several of CHA’s safety guidelines for Site Standards at equestrian facilities as published in CHA’s Standards for Equestrian Programs manual. In today’s post, which is our second installment in a three-part series discussing safety guidelines, we will look into safety standards in relation to Equestrian Programs. For …

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Safety Standards for Managing Equines Important for Equine Programs and Clients

By Sarah Evers Conrad It’s our final post in the three-part series discussing safety guidelines published by the Certified Horsemanship Association in their Standards for Equestrian Programs manual. And this week’s topic, Management of Equines Standards, is important, not only for business owners, but also for anyone considering using an equine business. Knowing that horses …

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CHA’s and The Right Horse’s Pilot Adoption Program is a Match Made in Horsey Heaven

By Sarah Evers Conrad At the beginning of this year, the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) announced their involvement with The Right Horse Initiative. This program allows CHA riding instructors in Region 9—Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska—to adopt horses that need new homes for use in their riding lesson programs and/or camp programs. CHA leadership …

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11 Tips from the Experts on Developing an Equestrian Camp Program

By Sarah Evers Conrad This week we have two Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) certified instructors and equestrian camp experts sharing tips with professionals wishing to start a camp program. Teddy Franke, a CHA Level 4 Certified Instructor in English and Western and a Level 3 Packing Guide, currently manages Morrow Ranch Camp in Wamic, OR. …

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CHA Business/Program Members Share Their Experiences as CHA Members

By Sarah Evers Conrad The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) has multiple options for membership. The Business/Program Membership is perfect for businesses and associations, such as camps, stables, schools, equine suppliers, and producers. There is a plethora of benefits for Business/Program Members, some of which include special advertising opportunities, free job postings on the CHA job …

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12 Benefits for Equine Businesses That Join the Certified Horsemanship Association

By Sarah Evers Conrad Today is the second-part of our two part series on the benefits offered by the Certified Horsemanship Association to its members. Last time, we talked about the benefits of Individual Membership, which encompasses instructors; coaches; equine educational professionals; extension agents; trail guides; staff and managers at equine facilities, schools, and camps; …

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Evolution of the Certified Horsemanship Association: From the Beginnings to Today’s Programs and Accomplishments

By Sarah Evers Conrad The Certified Horsemanship Association’s 50th Anniversary will be in 2017, and even though we are still two years out from that momentous year, we can celebrate what CHA has accomplished in its amazing history to-date. The Certified Horsemanship Association has a long history of involvement with certifying riding instructors and has …

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Barn Time is a Stress Reliever, Especially During Times of Uncertainty

When a pandemic limits or prohibits clients from stopping by it’s still possible to keep clients connected and progressing in their training. When New York state restricted boarders’ access to stables, CHA Regional Director and Certifier Valerie McCloskey from Rome, New York got creative. Here she shares how she’s staying connected with clients at her …

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The Art of Teaching Riding

CHA’s latest manual, The Equine Professional Manual—The Art of Teaching Riding, was written by a committee of experienced riding instructors and educators. The following is an abridged except from various sections in the manual. Classifying or Grouping Riders Grouping riding students according to experience level and ability is the preferable way to organize groups. There …

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Finding Your Career Path


By Sarah Evers Conrad Members of the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) have an abundance of career options, including riding instructor at a public riding facility, owner of one’s own facility, a camp instructor, an instructor associated with organizations like the Girl Scouts, instructor of riders with disabilities, teaching at the college/university level, being a trail …

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Risk Management is a Must

By Jill Montgomery Most riders are well aware of the risks that come with horseback riding. According to a study published by the National Institutes of Health, one in five riders (20%) will suffer a serious horse-related injury that requires medical care or hospitalization. In addition, an equine professional such as a riding instructor, may …

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Succeeding as a Clinician

By Julie Goodnight Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines “clinician” as “a person who conducts a clinic,” with “clinic” defined as “a group meeting devoted to analysis and solution of concrete problems or to the acquiring of specific skills or knowledge.” After decades as a horsemanship clinician and thousands of clinics worldwide, I think these definitions make perfect …

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Sample CHA Lesson Plan

Tips for Lesson Planning By Sarah Evers Conrad Lesson planning is an important part of developing a cohesive and organized lesson program focused on goal achievement and rider progression. According to CHA’s latest manual, The Equine Professional Manual: The Art of Teaching Riding, a lesson plan is “a clear, flexible, and individualized teaching aid for …

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Drill Team Maneuvers

Teaching Tack Room Lessons getting stale? Tired of traveling in the same circles? Try doing mounted drill team work with your riders! You can do drill team maneuvers with two riders or more. It develops rating skills in your riders and helps them learn the true meaning of teamwork. For extra enthusiasm, let the riders …

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Grab Hands

“Grab Hands” It drives me crazy to see people lead a horse by holding onto the halter, instead of using a lead rope. This action is both dangerous and poor horsemanship. Wrapping your fingers around a halter can very quickly and easily turn into a dislocated shoulder, by the horse throwing his head or spooking. …

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Who’s in Charge Anyway?

“Who’s in Charge Anyway?” Julie Goodnight, Master Instructor and Clinician, Poncha Springs, CO Many people mount up on their horse and no sooner is their seat in the saddle and their foot in the stirrup than the horse just walks off, with no cue from the rider. In short order, the horse, which is by …

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Emergency Dismount

I am the Riding Director at a horseback riding summer camp. Over the winter, I like to go through the program and re-evaluate our policies and procedures. My question is concerning our current emergency dismount. Presently the dismount goes as follows: 1) Make a “butterfly” with your hands so the reins are just resting on …

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Beginning Teacher

I’ve had my certification for about a year now, (English-1, Western-2. Trail-2), but haven’t really taught much, so I am a little intimidated about taking formal students. Foremost, I want my students to be safe. What are some of the most common ways beginner students get into trouble? Also, the facility I’ll be working at …

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Teach Conformation

Teaching Tack Room I always like to ask my students to evaluate the conformation of the horse they are riding. It makes them think about the horse’s way of going (paces, straightness, and flexion) then we discuss how to improve. It teaches them to think for themselves and to understand and empathize with the horse …

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No Rubbing

No Rubbing It can be dangerous and annoying when people do not teach their horse to respect the handlers’ space. Do not let a horse rub their head on you after removing their bridle. You can give them a rub on your terms, but allowing them to rub on you shows a lack of respect. …

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Accidental Frequency

Accident Frequency: What is Normal? I work for a large lesson/boarding facility – we have about 50 school horses, 50 boarder horses, and a couple hundred students come through each week. I am concerned because we have had a string of pretty nasty falls recently and I am wondering if this is normal for such …

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Hanging High & Dry

By Julie Goodnight THE INCIDENT Cheryl loved Sunday mornings at the barn. If she got there early enough, it was quiet and peaceful, no other boarders to bother her, no dogs and kids running crazy. Some of her best rides happened at this time and a Sunday morning ride was the highlight of her week. …

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Small Arena

By Tonya Rossman THE INCIDENT I am well into my second season as a CHA Certified Riding Instructor with much success. The other day I took a 5-year-old for a pony ride on my 12 hand pony inside a 60 x 80 arena at the Community Fairgrounds where I operate. I was leading her around …

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Cart Before the Horse

By Christy Landwehr THE INCIDENT Zippy Farms was busy that Saturday afternoon. It was snowing outside, so everyone was in the indoor arena trying to get a ride in. Samantha was driving her new horse around the outside of the rail in her new cart while Carrie was teaching a lesson to an amateur adult …

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Helmet Safety

THE INCIDENT It was a perfect day for a family picnic out at the ranch, and Kay Silva’s whole family had gathered to enjoy the beautiful fall day in the high desert of southern California. After a delicious lunch and some family fun and games, Katy decided to saddle a couple horses and take her …

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My Hands are Tied

By Julie Goodnight THE INCIDENT A family reunion is an excellent time to share your life with those dearest to you, get caught up on all the news, see how much the kids have grown and kick-back with your family and friends. It is not a good time for a life-threatening injury. The weekend was …

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Tim Davis with Zero Egg Count – Test Before You Treat – The Right Way to Deworm Your Horse

Tim Davis with Zero Egg Count Doing a Certified Horsemanship Association Webinar – Test Before You Treat – The Right Way to Deworm Your Horse For Immediate Release –February 25, 2020 – Lexington, KY – The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) is excited to offer a webinar with Tim Davis from Zero Egg Count on Friday, …

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CHA Seeking Equine Experts as Speakers for the 2020 CHA International Conference

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: CHA Office 720-857-9550 or office@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association Seeking Equine Experts as Speakers for the 2020 CHA International Conference in October in Texas (January 2020) – The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) is seeking experts within the horse industry as speakers for the 2020 CHA International Conference. …

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New Resources to CHA YouTube Video Collection

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: 720-857-9550 or office@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association Adds New Resources to YouTube Video Collection For Immediate Release –January 15, 2020 – Lexington, KY – The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) has expanded its educational offerings on its YouTube channel again. These free resources are great for all ages …

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Certified Horsemanship Association Seeking Advertising Sales Representative

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: Christy Landwehr 720-857-9550 or clandwehr@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association Seeking Advertising Sales Representative (November 2019) – The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) is seeking an Advertising Sales Representative. The Ad Sales Representative would report to the CHA Chief Executive Officer and is a part-time 1099 contracted position. The Ad …

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Julie Goodnight CHA Webinar on Helping the Timid Rider Conquer Goals

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: 720-857-9550 or office@CHAinstructors.com Julie Goodnight Doing a Certified Horsemanship Association Webinar on Helping the Timid Rider Conquer Goals For Immediate Release –November 22, 2019 – Lexington, KY – The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) is excited to offer a webinar with Julie Goodnight on Wednesday, December 11 …

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Certified Horsemanship Association Announces Cyber Monday Deals and Giving Tuesday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: 720-857-9550 or office@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association Announces Cyber Monday Deals and Giving Tuesday For Immediate Release –November 22, 2019 – Lexington, KY – In a season known for shopping and once-a-year deals, the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) is thrilled to participate in the festivities by offering …

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2019 CHA International Conference Celebrates Horses and Safety

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: 720-857-9550 or office@CHAinstructors.com 2019 CHA International Conference Celebrates Horses and Safety For Immediate Release – October 31, 2019 – Lexington, KY – Without horses there would be no reason for the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) so it is only fitting that an outstanding horse be honored …

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Deserving Award Winners Honored at the 2019 CHA International Conference in New York

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: 720-857-9550 or office@CHAinstructors.com Deserving Award Winners Honored at the 2019 CHA International Conference in New York For Immediate Release – October 30, 2019 – Lexington, KY – Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) members, instructors, and speakers gathered in Houghton, New York October 24-27 to participate in the …

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Certified Horsemanship Association Welcomes New Board Members for 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: 859-259-3399 or office@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association Welcomes New Board Members for 2020 (For Immediate Release – October 29, 2019 – Lexington, KY) The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) welcomed four new board members at the 2019 CHA International Conference held at Houghton College near Buffalo, New York. …

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Sponsorship Opportunities for CHA’s Popular Safety Short Videos

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: Christy Landwehr 720-857-9550 or clandwehr@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association Offers Sponsorship Opportunities for CHA’s Popular Safety Short Videos (September 2019) – The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) offers a unique sponsorship advertising for companies wishing to reach horse enthusiasts who love to watch YouTube videos about horsemanship and horse …

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CHA’s Horse Radio Show Positive Reinforcement, Successive Approximation, Leg Yielding, Side Passing, Along with Protequus LLC as Sponsor

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: Christy Landwehr 720-857-9550 or clandwehr@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association’s September Radio Show Will Discuss Positive Reinforcement and Successive Approximation and Leg Yielding and Side Passing, Along with Protequus LLC as Sponsor (September 2019) – The Certified Horsemanship Association’s (CHA) September episode of Training Tuesdays on “Horses in the …

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Advertise to Riding Instructors, Equine Facility Managers, Camp Directors, and Other Professionals

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: CHA Office 859-259-3399 or office@CHAinstructors.com Companies Wanting to Advertise to Riding Instructors, Equine Facility Managers, Camp Directors, and Other Professionals Can Do So in the 2020 Certified Horsemanship Association Magazine; Book Your Ads Early (September 2019) – To reach an audience of equine industry professionals who are …

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“Horses in the Morning,” Sponsored by Troxel, Upcoming 2019 CHA International Conference

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: Christy Landwehr 720-857-9550 or clandwehr@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association’s August Training Tuesday on “Horses in the Morning,” Sponsored by Troxel, Features Presenters at the Upcoming 2019 CHA International Conference (July 2019) – The Certified Horsemanship Association’s (CHA) August episode of Training Tuesdays on “Horses in the Morning” will …

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CHA Certified Instructors Share How Their CHA Certification Has Impacted Their Career and Their Lives

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: Christy Landwehr 720-857-9550 or clandwehr@CHAinstructors.com CHA Certified Instructors Share How Their CHA Certification Has Impacted Their Career and Their Lives (July 2019) – Certified Horsemanship Association Certified Instructors are passionate about their work, their students, and about CHA. Because of this, several CHA Certified Instructors share how …

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Establishing a True Partnership Between Horse and Riding Student

Establishing a True Partnership Between Horse and Riding Student By Leigh Cooper As instructors, we face challenges teaching communication and partnership between our student and the lesson horse. Some students’ horse time is often limited to a one-hour weekly lesson. They may not be able to spend hours observing horses in the pasture or participating …

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Get to Know the Partners of the Certified Horsemanship Association

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: Christy Landwehr 720-857-9550 or clandwehr@CHAinstructors.com Get to Know the Partners of the Certified Horsemanship Association (June 2019) – The Certified Horsemanship Association believes in unification of the horse industry and less fragmentation and reinventing of the wheel. So with that mindset, CHA is proud to have created …

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“Horses in the Morning”, Teddy Franke and Terry Williams “Working Through Mounted Issues; Troxel Continues Sponsorship

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: Christy Landwehr 720-857-9550 or clandwehr@CHA-ahse.org CHA’s May Training Tuesdays on “Horses in the Morning” to Feature Teddy Franke and Terry Williams on “Working Through Mounted Issues; Troxel Continues Sponsorship (May 2019) – Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) “Horses in the Morning” radio show hosts, CHA CEO Christy …

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Experts Offer 11 Tips on Developing an Equestrian Camp Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information and Photos Contact: CHA 859-259-3399 or office@CHAinstructors.com Certified Horsemanship Association Experts Offer 11 Tips on Developing an Equestrian Camp Program (May 2019) – Two Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) Certified Instructors and equestrian camp experts share tips with professionals wishing to start a camp program. Teddy Franke, a CHA Master …

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