Rocky Mountain Horse Expo

The Colorado Horse Council organizes the annual Rocky Mountain Horse Expo (RMHE) in Denver every February/March. Please mark your calendar and join us for the 2022 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo (RMHE) the weekend of  February 24 – 27, 2022.

Colorado Horse Council

The Colorado Horse Council is the industry leader of all state horse councils when it comes to providing member clubs and organizations with a one-stop-shopping, web-based Customer Relation Management (CRM) database tool!

Photographs by Bianca McCarty

Colorado Horse Development Authority

The Colorado Horse Development Authority is a promotional and marketing arm of the horse industry. Promotion, education, and marketing are the keys to the success of our state horse industry. Together we can “hold the reins for a better life.”

Photographs by Bianca McCarty

The Heritage Ride

A fundraiser to Support the Horse and your activities with your horse. Promotes & protects the heritage of the horse while developing the future heritage of the horse.

Photographs by Bianca McCarty

Welcome, Fellow Horse Enthusiasts!

All Equine Enthusiasts Come Together and follow Initiative #16 (PAUSE). Join the journey in becoming familiar with how this State Initiative might change our equine community, the lifestyle we enjoy, and how we care for our animals.  Do not believe that this does not affect you as a one-horse owner, an equine business, a health professional, trainer, or equine enthusiast, IT DOES.  Keep up with the information and efforts to oppose this sort of legislation on our Equine community.

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The Colorado Horse Council organizes the annual Rocky Mountain Horse Expo (RMHE) in Denver every February/March. Please mark your calendar and join us for the 2022 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo (RMHE) the weekend of  February 24 – 27, 2022.

The 2022 RMHE is a great opportunity to learn from highly-trained clinicians who excel in a variety of equine disciplines and breeds. Explore the trade show area to discover and learn about unique equine products, services, education and events happening within the equine industry. Bring the entire family to the Mane Event on Friday or Saturday night at 7 pm to watch a spectacular performance showcasing many different equine breeds and disciplines – set to music and lights.

The Colorado Horse Council advocates for the social, economic and legislative interests of all horse breeds within the State of Colorado, the US and worldwide. We are a trusted voice in the horse industry and our mission is to advocate for the health & wellbeing of all horses and promote initiatives that advance and enhance the equine industry.

The Colorado Horse Council represents farmers, ranchers, breeders, trainers, showmen and women, retailers, veterinary care providers, service providers, feed producers and those who own horses within the State of Colorado.

In partnership with the Colorado Horse Development Authority, we launched a new Colorado Equine Microchipping Program in 2018 help reunite owners and their horses when separated as a result of natural disasters, theft or accidental escape.

Purchase your Equine Microchip and lifetime registration for $20 plus shipping & handling by clicking here. Watch Fox News Channel 31 news story about our new equine microchipping program by clicking here

Purchase tickets to the 2022 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo and the Mane Event, go to www.RMHETickets.com

The Colorado Horse Council organizes the annual Heritage Ride as fundraising activity throughout the year. Heritage Rides offer horse enthusiasts the opportunity to participate in exciting adventures and activities with their horses. Last Heritage Ride gave owners and horses (all breeds) the opportunity to race around the track of Arapahoe Park Racetrack, try their hand at wrangling cattle, the chance to try obstacle courses and much more. To learn about upcoming Heritage Ride, check back on our website or follow us on social media.

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Rocky Mountain Horse Expo 2022

February 24 – 27, 2022

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The 2020 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo takes place from February 28-29 and March 1, 2020 at the National Western Stock Show Complex. All breeds and all disciplines.

The CHDA is responsible for the collection, distribution, and program accountability for the Horse Promotion Assessment.

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Latest News & Information

Rabies on the Increase along the Front Range

Rabies on the Increase along the Front Range Posted on Wed, June 09, 2010 A coalition of human and animal health agencies are warning of an increase in rabies along the Front Range of Colorado, taking the new step of urging people to have their horses...

read more

Waterton Canyon Trails Closed

Waterton Canyon Trails Closed Posted on Thu, June 24, 2010 Vital Reservoir Work to Close Waterton Canyon June 17, 2010 - Denver Water’s Strontia Springs Reservoir contains more than one million cubic yards of sediment — a result of forest fires and...

read more

Attention Equestrians! We need your Help!

Attention Equestrians! We need your Help! Posted on Thu, December 02, 2010 After lengthy discussions, hikers and trail runners are getting mostly what they want. After interminable discussions, dog walkers are getting some of what they want. After many...

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