LCHA has been active since November 1961 and was incorporated on March 16, 1965. The purpose of LCHA is to function as an institute of learning for horsemanship and equitation, to encourage interest in equestrian activities of all types, to support proficiency in horsemanship, and to provide entertainment and amusement for its members and guests.
The Leon County Horsemen’s Association is a non-profit corporation dedicated to furthering the ideals of education, sport and recreation for horses and riders.
(850) 545-8046 (cell)
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Prospective members just need to fill out a membership form above and submit their dues of $30 for individuals or $45 for a family membership. Individual membership is defined as one person over the age of 18. A family membership is one or more persons over 18 along with minor children, if any, who live together as a family under one roof. Family members may include persons under the age of 22 who are full-time college students and who maintain their permanent residence with the family although their temporary school residence may be different from that of the family. Sportsman-like conduct is expected at all times.
The benefits of joining the club are as much as you want to put into it. It is a great local club to show your horse, attend clinics and seminars, meet new horse friends, go on trail rides, use our arena, and share your skills and knowledge with others. Current members have reduced class fees at LCHA Open Horse Shows.
Arena/Clubhouse Address: 188 Horseman Association Rd., Tallahassee, FL 32304. LCHA is located one mile west of the Highway 90/Capital Circle West intersection. Turn right on Horseman Association Road immediately past United Rentals.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7564, Tallahassee, FL 32314-7564
Club Contact: Dan Sadberry, LCHA President, firstname.lastname@example.org, (850) 545-8046 (cell)