b'eQUINe AFFAIre oHIo QUArTer HorSe ASSoCIATIoN2720 st. rte 56 dr. scot myers, executive director london, oh 43140 P.o. Box 209Phone:(740) 845-0085 101 tawa rd.email:info@equineaffaire.com richwood, oh 43344Website:www.equineaffaire.com Phone:(740) 943-2346, x126 Join us at upcoming equine affaires: email:smyers@oqha.com Columbus,OHApril11-14,2019 Website:www.oqha.comW.Springfield,MANovember7-10,2019 Publication:Ohio Quarter Horse Newsthe ohio Quarter horse association will, protect and promote the eQUINe ASSISTeD groWTH AND leArNINgQuarter horse and the interests of owners, breeders, exhibitors and ASSoCIATIoN (eAgAlA)enthusiasts. Po Box 993 PASo FINo HorSe ASSoCIATIoN, INC. santaquin, ut 84655Phone:(801) 754-0400Fax:(801) 754-0401 sharon londono, Presidentemail:@eagala.org4047 iron Works Pkwy., ste. 1Website:http://www.eagala.org/ lexington, Ky 40511Founded in 1999, the equine assisted Growth and learning associationPhone:(859) 825-6000Fax:(859) 258-2125(eaGala) is the leading international nonprofit association foremail:swalker@pfha.org professionals using equine therapy (horse therapy) to address mentalWebsite:www.pfha.orghealth and human development needs. our vision is that every personFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/PasoFinohorseassociation/worldwide will have access to these therapy services known as equinePublication:Paso Fino Horse Worldassisted Psychotherapy and equine assisted learning to protect and maintain the integrity of the registry, and the natural characteristics and heritage of the Paso Fino horse; promote and NATIoNAl CUTTINg HorSe ASSoCIATIoN enhance the appeal and versatility of the Paso Fino horse; and provide and support member services.lewis Wray, interim executive director 260 Bailey avenue PoNy oF THe AmerICAS ClUBFort Worth, tX 76107Phone:(817) 244-6188Fax:(817) 244-0873 Joyse Banister, ceoemail:probison@nchacutting.com 3828 s. emerson avenueWebsite:www.nchacutting.com indianapolis, in 46203-5990Publication:cutting horse chatter Phone:(317) 788-0107Fax:(317) 788-8794tyPe oF sales:multiple breeds, cutting and performance horses. email:poac@poac.org the ncha promotes and celebrates the cutting horse, whose originWebsite:www.poac.orgon Western ranches allows us to support ranching and its westernPublication:POA Magazineheritage. By establishing rules for the conduct of cutting horse shows,the Poa is 46-56 inches in height with appaloosa coloration and ncha strives to give cutters a level playing field and a progressivecharacteristics. ideal mount for children, compete in all types of class structure, which accommodates everyone from the beginnerperformance events.to the advanced competitor. ncha draws on the diverse talents and background of its members, and encourages their participation inProFeSSIoNAl ASSoCIATIoN oF THerAPeUTIC helping it achieve these goals. HorSemANSHIP INTerNATIoNAl (PATH INTl) NATIoNAl reININg HorSe ASSoCIATIoN Kaye marks, director of marketing and communicationsP. o. Box 33150Gary carpenter, commissionerdenver, co 802333021 West reno ave. Phone:(303) 452-1212 or 800-369-ride(7433)Fax:(303) 252-4610oklahoma city, oK 73107 email:kmarks@pathintl.org Phone:(405) 946-7400Fax:(405) 946-8425 Website:www.pathintl.orgemail:gcarpenter@nrha.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/pathintlWebsite:www.nrha.com Publication:PATH International Strides; PATH International e-newsPublication:NRHA Reiner Provides the services of education and entertainment, and serves Founded in 1966, the national reining horse association (nrha) is aas a prime communications channel for Professional association of nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of the reining horsetherapeutic horsemanship international individual members, certified in a fun-filled, family atmosphere. it serves as the standard setting bodyinstructors, center administrators, and all individuals interested in the for the sport of reining worldwide. field of equine-assisted activities and therapies (eaat).96shoW and sPort orGanizations2021 horse industry directory'