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Back Country Horsemen of America, one of the nation’s leading organizations in saving public lands trails for equestrian use, are ready to assist interested horsepeople with local programs.

Formed in the 1970s, the BCHA urges horse people with concerns of losing trails and trail access to act promptly and organize.

“There’s nothing wrong with riding clubs focused on enjoying our beautiful landscape from the back of a horse, but BCHA is dedicated also to preserving our opportunity to have that experience,” said BCHA publicist Sarah Wynne Jackson. “BCHA membership is not for everyone — but if you’re ready to pick up the reins to join the hard hitters and the big players in the effort to preserve our right to ride, you may be ready to accept the responsibility of BCHA membership.”

Local groups wishing to become united with Back Country Horsemen of America have three options: classification as a state organization, a chapter of a state organization, or as an affiliate. A state organization is a coalition of two or more chapters within a state, with a minimum of 40 members and no less than 15 members in each chapter.
For additional information, contact the Back Country Horsemen of America at 888-893-5161.

For more information, visit their website: http://www.backcountryhorse.com

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