Convention Keynote
Posted on Sat, October 01, 2011

Denver, CO – 9/30/2011 – With one week left to register for the Colorado Horsemen’s Convention, attendees will have an opportunity to hear about the latest developments of the of the National Western Stock Show and an opportunity to exchange conversation during Q&A sessions.  Paul Andrews, President and CEO will provide the latest updates in the development and negotiations of facilities.

The convention will host several industry leaders in the equestrian industry and attendees will have an opportunity to exchanges ideas and concepts to help them in their business experience and with raising horses.  All presenters were hand picked from other industry leaders and will provide the most up-to-date information that is directing the growth and development of the horse community.  “We are so honored and please to host the state’s First Horsemen’s Convention and appreciate the efforts of all that will gather to provide the latest concepts and news on our industry’s growth and development”, says Bill Scebbi, Executive Director of the Colorado Horse Development Authority (CHDA), host of this years’ event.

Topics of discussion will include:

Tax Law for Horse Business Owners

Legal Issues Facing Horse Owners

Risk Management for Trainers

Small Acreage Management

Horse Boarding and Safety Issues

Agricultural Use of Land

Employees vs. Volunteers

Health Issues

Zoning Laws

Professional Certifications

Marketing, Selling and Buying Horses


Come learn about the diversity and opportunities that are thriving in the Rocky Mountain Region Equine Community.  The registration fee is $30 (with CHDA discounts and CHC membership) and includes refreshments and reception.  Many organizations will also be available to network with and learn how horse enthusiasts can get involved.  Don’t miss out on this affordable opportunity to participate in the growth and development of the equine industry.  For more information or to register, to to

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We have consolidated Colorado Horse Council (CHC), Colorado Horse Development Authority (CHDA) and the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo (RMHE) into one site making it much easier for you to find the information that you are looking for. Each department has it's own section and organized with it's own content. We hope this new platform makes your experience on our site much more enjoyable!

To learn more about each organization, you can visit our About page.

The Equine City Hall is also part of our organization and from time to time you may be sent back & forth between the two sites.

~ Bill Scebbi, Executive Director