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Equestrian Clubs

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Arabian Horse Community Association


Affiliated with the Arabian Horse Association. Our club is a non-profit organization which focuses on fun, education, amateurs and youth! All of our activities benefit charities.
President: Patricia Parmley, Vice Pres.: Cassie Tacker, Secretary/Newsletter/Web site: Nancy Pierce, Treasurer/Membership Chair: Nancy McCowan

Contact Nancy Pierce at info@piercegraphicdesign.com
for more information. 


Association of N. W. Ark. Riding Clubs (ANWARC)
ANWARC sponsors a series of open breed horse shows from April through October, with numerous year-end awards - in 2005, $15,000 in awards was given out!
President Phillip Curlee - 479-643-3284 or pcurleejr@aol.com
Contact Cindy Pharr, ANWARC Treasurer, for further information and showbills - 479-824-3747 OR pharrsha@pgtc.com.
Our 2009 show season will be starting in April - our website has the new showbill and rulebook available now!


Arkansas Appaloosa Horse Club, Inc.

Monty Holmes, President, 1-501-988-5113
Carol Jones, Vice President, 1-870-879-0285
Rena England, Secretary/Treasurer, 1-870-777-4011

For more information on Competitive Trail Riding, contact Trudy Kincade 501- 888-4876



chuckwagonbs@hotmail.com B. Switzer (501) 230-7872
Stacie Teal (501)-329-6416 or 501- 499-0084 stacie.teal@ic-corp.com


Arkansas Trail Riders Association, Inc.

ATRA, Inc. was formed in 1982 and is a statewide organization that is dedicated to the acquisition, preservation, and promotion of trails and campgrounds for use by horsemen in the state of Arkansas and throughout the United States. We promote and support all facets of the horse industry and trail riding. We sponsor activities to promote proper ways to condition and care for distance mounts and promote the breeding of mounts possessed of the stamina and correctness necessary for successful distance riding.



NWA Cavalcades
The Cavalcades meet each March and have rides at Devil's Den in April, June and October.
Ben Shockey - President
Beverly Shockey - Vice President
Julie Stewart - Treasurer
Jill Jones - Secretary
479-643-2214 for more information

NWA Dressage Club
Activities and Meetings held throughout Northwest Arkansas. We are a newly formed club formed to promote the sport of dressage in Northwest Arkansas through bi-monthly meetings and monthly activities. http://nwadressage.wordpress.com/ 


The Boston Mountain Gunslingers is a relatively new club which formed in 2005. This is a club devoted to the sport of Cowboy Mounted Shooting. We have practices on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month at the Crawford County Fairgrounds arena in Mulberry, AR.

CM shooters use black powder blanks which shoot a distance of 15-18 feet. The targets are balloons which are not set close to the arena wall (for obvious reasons). Even if you did get hit with some shot it is like getting pelleted by sand whipping up in a strong wind. There are over 50 patterns, or stages, in the CMSA. We follow the CMSA guidelines pretty closely.

If you would like more info. about the BMG or want to see more, you are welcome to come down any time. For more information contact: Merl Potter, 479-632-6339 or e-mail at merlp@earthlink.net. http://cowboymountedshooting.com/


Cowgirl Up Riding Club was started by a lady in the Pineville area who was recovering from health problems and wanted to ride for exercise. She posted a note somewhere, wanting ladies to ride with, and the rest is history.

We currently have over 100 members from Missouri, Eastern Oklahoma, and NW Arkansas. We ride on Wednesdays and Saturdays and sometimes schedule campouts. Our ladies get together to have fun and relieve the stress of everyday life. They ride all different kinds of horses, some gaited, some not, it doesn't matter. We meet every 2 months at different locations on designated dates. A newsletter is posted following the meeting with scheduled rides and subjects of discussion. We are always doing something fun and welcome new members. Come ride with us.

Membership dues are $12.00 yearly, which gives you access to our web site.

Carol Ferguson, Cowgirl Up CarolFerguson35@myfamily.com  



Meetings are held on the first Friday of the month, 7:00 p.m. Call for location. Contact Person: Curt Ford - 479-846-4585 OR 479-841-6965 OR pjford00@yahoo.com 


North Central Arkansas Appaloosa Horse Club
NCAApHC shows will promote all breeds of horses in the State of Arkansas. We will offer new and innovative classes for people new to horse shows, many traditional classes, and classes that are geared towards the more seasoned exhibitor. This organization will offer prize money incentives to all levels of winning exhibitors, regardless of what breed they may happen to compete and win on. Click here to visit the NCAApHC site.


NWA Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association 
A group of fox trotting horse lovers whose ultimate goal is to promote the fox trotting horse as a distinct and versatile breed; educate all horse owners about proper gait and showmanship; promote youth horsemanship; provide opportunities for owners to exhibit and ride their horses and to disseminate knowledge and news about the Missouri Fox Trotter from the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association.  We are an affiliate of the national association and have approximately 60 local members. Our web site ishttps://www.facebook.com/groups/141096592591524/



We welcome you to attend our monthly club meetings, join us on a trail ride orwatch the horse shows!. To learn more, visit our monthly club meetings held on the third Monday of each month at Western Sizzilinin Springdale (Hwy 412 W) @ 5:30 pm. to eat. Meeting at 6:30 pm

Co-President: Meika Bartlett (479) 756-5255 or email meika@att.net Co-President: Abby Curlee (479) 643-3284

NWA Horseshow Associationhttp://www.nwahsa.org
We are a State Open Horse Show Association member club with Halter, Showmanship, Western, English and Speed classes at our open shows.  Please feel free to contact Tangie Denzer, President, 479-839-2663; denzerhouse@windstream.net if you have any questions!



NWA Hunter Jumper Association

NWAHJA was founded in the mid 1970's. The early membership included both hunter/jumper and dressage enthusiasts with the dressage folks starting their own club in the 1980's. Over the years, membership numbers have varied with a steady climb in activity over the last several years. Currently, NWAHJA has over 50 registered members and looks forward to an active year ahead.

Heather Swope 479-752-8271 lecheather@tds.net
Vice President
Rachel Sargent 479-846-2446 barn rico@pgtc.com


Oak Grove Riding Club

Meets at the OGRC Arena on Fridays at 7:00 p.m., April through September. Arena is located just off Hwy 264 2+ miles west of Cave Springs. Turn south on Colonel Myers Rd. Arena is on your right. 
Fun, family environment – for the “horse people” in your life! Western Pleasure, Barrels, Poles and Speed events for all ages!  Excellent way to expose an in-experienced rider or green horse to the thrills of “competition” without the pressures of the show-ring.

Contact: Cindy Loewer (nineranch@cox.net or 479.957.4425)

Ozark Arabian Horse Club
Serving NW Arkansas, SW Missouri, NE
Oklahoma, and SE Kansas. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at various locations.
An Arabian Horse Association affiliate club
Jan Greeson, President 479-640-1820 or jangreeson@cox.net
Membership Chair Chris Hololoway 479-361-9722


Ozark Country Endurance Riders
Kathy Crothers, Vice President
kc85124@uark.edu or phone 479-443-6595


Sky High Angels
The Sky High Angels is a fast paced rodeo drill team from Huntsville, Arkansas. We are a group of women who love to ride, compete, and perform.


The Young Riders 4-H Club is a horse project 4-H Club based in Washington County. The club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m. at the U of A Pauline Whitaker Arena in Fayetteville.

For further information, contact Angela Colly, Adult Leader, at 479-957-5042 


updated 4/2/2020

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