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Horse clubs, equestrian associations, riding groups, horse rescue, therapeutic riding organizations, Pony Club, and 4-H Clubs in the Florida Panhandle.

Serving Bay, Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Wakulla, and Washington counties in northwest Florida.

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Bay County 4H
Bay County Extension
2728 E. 14th Street
Panama City, FL
(850) 784-6105

Calhoun County 4H
Calhoun County Extension
20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 1
Blountstown, FL
(850) 674-8323

Cavallo Farms
Montecello, FL
cavallofarms@comcast.net
Cavallo Farms is proud to offer many horse shows on our property throughout the year. We strive to provide a well run horse show with ample choices in classes to accommodate all levels of horses and riders.

Clay County 4H
Clay County Extension Office
2463 State Road 16 West
Green Cove Springs, FL
(904) 284-6355
Fax: (904) 529-9776

Club Red Hills
Lisa Perry
Tallahassee, FL
850.580.4020

Coventry Farms
2244 Danshire Drive
Talahassee, FL
850-933-5334
Coventry offers its riders many opportunities to further their riding goals by providing local onsite horseshows at our property and with active involvement with other SHJA (Southern Hunter Jumper Association) sanctioned shows as well. See website for show calendar.

Cypress Springs Pony Club
Lilly Martin
352-489-8946
lennylilly@bellsouth.net
"To provide a program for youth that teaches riding, mounted sports, and the care of horses and ponies, thereby developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership and self-confidence.

Dixie County 4H
Dixie County Extension Office
99 NE 121 Street
Cross City, FL
(352) 498-1237

Dixie Gulf Arabian Horse Association
dixiegulfarabian@earthlink.net
The Dixie Gulf Arabian Horse Association (DGAHA) has been celebrating and promoting Arabian and part-Arabian horses for 28 years. The club boasts members from across the Florida Panhandle, Georgia, Mississippi, and Southern Alabama.

Eglin AFB USAF Riding Club
Robyn K. Hardy
850-240-0117
robynkhardy@yahoo.com

Healing Hoofbeats
Youngstown, FL
(850) 722-5400
Healing Hoofbeats, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation providing therapeutic horseback riding lessons and training for people with physical, emotional and cognitive disabilities in the Central Florida Panhandle, presented at the Red Oak Farms facility in Youngstown, Florida. Therapeutic riding has been proven to help individuals with disabilities lead more confident, rewarding and productive lives.

High Spirits Pony Club
Frances Gillikin
Alford, FL
(850) 579-4475
lgs4t@aol.com
The mission of Pony Club is to provide a program for youth that teaches riding, mounted sports, and the care of horses and ponies, thereby developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership and self-confidence.

Leon County Horsemen's Association
188 Horsemen's Association Road
Tallahassee, FL
850- 576-LCHA
Our Mission Statement: The Leon County Horsemens Association is a non-profit corporation dedicated to furthering the ideals of education, sport and recreation for horses and riders.

North West Florida Trail Riders
booger@happyhoofer.com

Northwest Florida Quarter Horse Association
8048 Hickory Hammock Road
Milton, FL
850-712-6669
Mission Statement
To record and preserve the pedigree of the Quarter Horse while maintaining the integrity of the breeds. To provide beneficial services for its members which enhance and encourage Quarter Horse ownership and participation. To generate growth of NWFQHA membership via the marketing, promotion, advertising and publicity of the Quarter Horse.

Ochlockonee River Pony Club
Tari Rossitto-Van Winkle
Tallahassee, FL
(850) 386-8365
tarivan@aol.com
The mission of Pony Club is to provide a program for youth that teaches riding, mounted sports, and the care of horses and ponies, thereby developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership and self-confidence. Members of USPC have joined an organization dedicated to producing well-rounded horsemen and women and one that has produced many of the past and current Olympic and International riders.

Panhandle Equine Rescue
PO Box 777
Canonment, FL
850-587-2754.
Panhandle Equine Rescue, Inc. was founded by a small group of concerned citizens. PER became incorporated on February 1, 2005 and soon became authorized by the court of Escambia County, Florida to investigate reports of equines in trouble. PER currently has three investigators to verify if there have been violations of state laws made for the purpose of protecting animals or preventing any act of cruelty to animals

Panhandle Peacemakers
Ed & Kathi Lee Kilpatrick
850-272-4936
pandhandlepeacemakers@yahoo.com
Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association

Pensacola Hunter Jumper Association
PO Box 7463
Pensacola, FL
(850)477-4036
The Pensacola Hunter Jumper Association (PHJA) was founded in 1973 by several Pensacola families wanting a venue to promote equestrian sports in the local area. The club was formed to hold horse shows and sponsor other equine activities that would benefit the membership.

Sand & Spur Riding Club
Robyn Hardy
Valpariso, FL
850-240-0117
robynkhardy@yahoo.com
Dressage, Eventing, Show Jumping, Hunter Jumper, English

Santa Rosa County Horse Assistance Council
Dave Danielson
850-983-4680
info@SRCHorseAssistance.org
The Santa Rosa County Horse Assistance Council was founded by horse owners who We believe that working together (owners and county agencies) we can improve upon the welfare of the nearly 14,000 horses in Santa Rosa County, Florida. The SRC Horse Assistance Council operates with volunteers and is funded through the generosity of the public.

South Wind Dressage and Eventing Association SWDEA
Havana, FL
SouthWindDressage@yahoo.com
"The purpose of the South Wind Dressage & Eventing Association, Inc. (SWDEA) shall be to promote activities directed toward a better understanding of dressage, horse eventing, and horsemanship."

Southern Hunter Jumper Association - SHJA
President: Marsha Hartford-Sapp
P.O Box 14363
Tallahassee, FL
shjainfo@comcast.net
The purpose of Southern Hunter Jumper Association SHJA, in support of the local equestrian community, is to provide an organizational structure with which to keep an accurate listing of current members, record points accrued by members at recognized shows, hold an annual awards banquet, and promote the ideals of sportsmanship.


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