Equestrians United is a non-profit association established to foster a network benefiting all horse enthusiasts and to positively impact horse welfare and other good causes in our local communities.

EQUESTRIANS UNITED helps People find the right Horses and helps Horses find the right People !

EQUESTRIANS UNITED has assisted in providing emergency transportation and stabling to more than 4,000 horses in the years 2017, 2018 and 2019 during times of fire and flood - primarily through Facebook.

Please feel free to direct message us through Facebook or email us by clicking this link : wstrnplsr66@gmail.com for emergency networking anytime, day or night.

Most of our day to day content can be found on Facebook. Please follow us at Facebook@equestriansunitedorg.

 

Our Mission

  1. To share our horsemanship heritage

  2. To provide opportunities for equine recreation and education

  3. To preserve our community's horse-related history

  4. To promote local business beneficial to horses and related activities

  5. To facilitate better fellowship and heighten safety among all responsible equestrians

 
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Welcome! 

What can EQUESTRIANS UNITED do for you? 

We welcome individual members whether you own horses or not.  We also welcome all other Clubs and Associations to partner with us.  What are you looking for in a Horsemen's group?  Do your groups currently offer a rich and varied array of programs beneficial to the community as a whole? Would you like to see a group reach out and act to benefit schools, families, veterans, seniors, and anyone else who might enjoy attending equine events and/or working with horses?  What community projects would you like to get involved with? What kinds of shows and play-days, trail rides and clinics would you like to be a part of?

We are here to make it all happen! Together we can make a difference. 

 EQUESTRIANS UNITED

Donations to Equestrians United may be tax deductible - consult your accountant.

“Through the Days of Love and Celebration and Joy, and through the Dark Days of Mourning … The Faithful Horse has been with Us - Always.” - Elizabeth Cotten