Calling All Horse Lovers, Volunteer At GMHA!

Note: This post is from The Chronicle of the Horse, please check them out for more information and news!

 

South Woodstock, Vermont – June 6, 2016

Green Mountain Horse Association is looking for volunteers to help with our full slate of summer 2016 events that include Dressage, Carriage Driving, Eventing, Hunters & Jumper Shows, Trail Riding, Clinics and other equine educational events.

GMHA is one of the leading equine competition and equestrian education sites in the US and hosts competitive, educational, and recreational equestrian events in five disciplines at our 65 acre facility in South Woodstock, Vermont.

For those who want to spend a day outdoors watching some of the most exciting equine events in New England, GMHA is open to the public free of charge.  For those looking for a more up close and personal equine experience, the volunteer possibilities are wide and varied.

Volunteers play a vital role in the success of GMHA’s events.  From the Horse Trials to Competitive Trail Rides, to Dressage shows and more, our volunteers keep the competitions up and running. GMHA will teach you what to do, feed you and provide you with all the equipment you need for the job. And with our busy calendar of top quality equestrian events, there’s sure to be a date, event, and job that works for you!

For details and to sign up visit, https://www.gmhainc.org/equestrian-event-volunteer/

Founded in 1926, GMHA is the nation’s oldest continuously operating horse organization. In addition to offering competitive and recreational events which draw some of the best equestrians in the country, GMHA is also committed to education, offering a variety of clinics and camps for adults and young riders. With over 1500 members, GMHA is a vital community of equestrian enthusiasts. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, GMHA is dedicated to holding equestrian events, educating equestrians of all ages, and preserving trails and open space. For more information contact: Tracy Ostler, Executive Director at 802-457-1509 or  tracy@gmhainc.org