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Save the Dates: 2015 Calendar 

GMHA Sleigh Rally

The Winter Newsletter is here! Check out all the latest news, including an introduction to our new Executive Director.

For information on the 23 rescue horses currently residing at GMHA, please contact the Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society.

Winter Warriors: March 12- Tune Up for Spring

It’s almost Spring and we’re all itching to get going with our horses. Is your horse fresh? Are you feeling rusty? How do you prepare to start the season? Our guest speaker, Heidi Potter (www.heidipotter.com) will offer some practical Centered Riding techniques to prepare your mind and body for the season and some ideas for in-hand work to refresh and renew your partnership with your horse before getting into the saddle. These exercises are fun and suitable for all disciplines and levels.

 Contact Chelle Grald michelle@gmhainc.org to rsvp or for more information

Purchase Your 2015 Calendar

GMHA 2015 Calendar of EventsCalendars are now on sale! Purchase yours today and enjoy terrific full color photos, and a calendar already filled with GMHA's schedule, plus opening and closing dates for all of our events.

Calendars are available at $10 each if purchased directly from the office (no shipping and handling required). Please call ahead to confirm office hours and availability- (802) 457-1509.

GMHA Calendar (shipping and handling included): $15

About GMHA

Our FacilityThe Green Mountain Horse Association is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Founded in 1926, GMHA is the nation’s oldest continuously operating horse association. Our mission is to provide and maintain opportunities for educational and competitive activities for diverse equestrian disciplines. Emphasis is placed on equestrian trails preservation, horsemanship and youth education.

At our facility, located in South Woodstock, Vermont, we offer a wide range of events to hundreds of equestrians each year in dressage, driving, eventing, hunter/jumpers, and trail riding. GMHA is dedicated to preserving trails and open space for equestrian use, and our trail network covers over 500 miles.

Our 65 acre facility includes stabling for 196 horses, four all-weather arenas with European Geo-Textile footing, a spectacular cross-country course, and driving hazards. GMHA is a unique equestrian experience for riders and drivers of all ages and abilities.