This CHA podcast episode will be about Teaching Riders with Physical or Cognitive Disabilities
CHA members brought in more than 2,500 new people to the horse industry last year through the Time to Ride Challenge events.
Are you ready to become a professional horseback riding instructor, equine facility manager, trail guide, instructor of riders with disabilities, or a driving or vaulting instructor? CHA can help!
Each year the American Horse Council (AHC) has honored individuals who have shown leadership and service to the horse community in their states with the Van Ness Award. This year’s recipient is CHA Certified Instructor Jill Montgomery of Colorado.
The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) was honored as one of four finalists for the 2017 Equine Industry Vision Award, sponsored by Zoetis, which is presented annually in recognition of outstanding leadership, creativity, and meritorious contribution toward positive changes in the equine industry.
The Certified Horsemanship Association announced a new partnership with .horse Domain Names, in addition to an exclusive discount for CHA members.
The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) offers a variety of resources for horse professionals and enthusiasts alike to learn more about horsemanship.
CHA is proud to offer its Level One Manual of Horsemanship in Spanish. Since the horse industry has a large Latino population, and there was a demand for a Spanish horsemanship manual, it made sense to translate the Level One manual into Spanish.
For those wanting continuing education opportunities, regional conferences hosted by the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) regions are available throughout the year for all horse enthusiasts and are open to the public.