Alberta 4-H develops leadership, communication, technical and life skills of 4-H members and leaders to strengthen communities. The program is open to youth between the ages of 9 and 20. There are a variety of projects available of which horse is one. The purpose of the 4-H Equine project is to endeavour to ensure that the interaction between the horse and rider is as safe and enjoyable as possible for both horse and rider.
Room 200, 7000 113 Street NW
The Alberta Carriage Driving Association (ACDA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the equestrian discipline of carriage driving and the growing sport of Combined Driving. The Association and its member chapters host numerous events around the province including Pleasure Driving Shows, Combined Driving Events, sleigh and trail rides, fun days and clinics. We welcome all level of drivers and all equine breeds.
Box 14 Site 440 RR 4
Stony Plain, AB
12 6205 54 Street
Site 21 Box 28 RR 8
The Alberta Equestrian Vaulting Association is a non-profit group that organizes and promotes the sport of equestrian vaulting in Alberta. This sport is a combination of dance and gymnastics performed to music on the back of a moving horse. Equestrian vaulting is a sport for all ages. The AEVA organizes provincial competitions each year for vaulters to display their skills.
34067 Range Road 281
Red Deer County, AB
The Alberta Friesian Horse Association (AFHA) is the FHANA chapter for Alberta, NE British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, NW Territories and Yukon. We are composed of Friesian horse owners, breeders and fans who concern themselves with many events surrounding Friesian horses. We choose to register our purebred Friesian horse in the original studbook of the KFPS, via FHANA.
RR 1 Site 4 Box 7
Alberta Horse Trials Association is a not for profit dedicated to the Olympic Sport of Three Day Eventing. Eventing is commonly seen as an equestrian triathlon, in that it combines different disciplines - dressage, cross country and show jumping into one competition. It has two main formats, the one day event (ODE) and the three day event (3DE), and has also been referred to as Horse Trials and Combined Training.
32153 Willow Way Box 12 Site 17 RR2
The Alberta Morgan Horse Club has been promoting Morgan Horses in Alberta for nearly 50 years. Today our clubs focus is on events and activities that appeals to a wide and varied crowd, Trail rides, horse shows, clinics, demonstration and parades are just a few of the activities that draw us together
12009 -173A Ave NW
Participants mounted on horses complete a series of patterns with an objective of breaking (by shooting) ten baloons. The Club is a not for Profit organization and promotes horsmanship and fire arm safety. No live rounds - only black powder blanks are used.
Niton Junction, AB
RR 1 Site 6 Box 5
Pony Club is an organization run by volunteers for young people aged 6 to 25 who are interested in riding, learning about and/or caring for horses or ponies. We offer jumping, dressage, eventing and stable management in a safe, friendly atmosphere. Within the province, there are 3 different regions: Alberta North, Alberta Central and Alberta South. Please visit the website for more informaiton.
6107 34th St SW
ATRA is involved with trail maintenance locally and along the Eastern slopes. We host clinics on various topics, local & mountain trail rides, host annual trail ride for cancer, participate in annual Mane Event and in parades. Our monthly meetings feature interesting and informative speakers on various topics.
Phone: (587) 986-1535
25 Linden Street S
Spruce Grove, AB
Alix Ag Society strives to be active and sustainable agricultural society with strong membership, promoting community partnerships, supporting and providing facilities to encourage activities intended to enrich rural and small town lifestyles.
PO Box 746
The purpose of the American Saddlebred Horse Association of Alberta is to foster good sportsmanship, a healthy lifestyle, and a sense of responsibility in all age groups through involvement in the care, training and breeding of the American Saddlebred Horse for both recreation and participation in all disciplines in the sport of horses.
1268 Township Road 384
Red Deer County, AB
The ApHCC is the Official Colour Breed Horse Registry of Canada. Our ambition is to promote the Appaloosa Horse from an evolving breed to a distinct breed possessing genetic stability, capable of being used for pleasure, performance, work or racing displaying a traditional Appaloosa coat pattern and other apparent characteristics.
PO Box 940
BLHA is a Banff community recreational riding club. Facilities consist of 44, 30' x 80' corrals with shed & stalls, a large outdoor arena. Banff Park has numerous riding trails. For residing Banff residents membership categories are: 44 Horse Corral Lessees; Corral Wait List members; Basic members (Banff & outside memberships); and Life members.
PO Box 653
Operating out of Eversfield Equestrian, we are an adult riding club, meeting every month. Riding lessons include dressage or flat work, x-rails & jumping. We host weekend riding camps: one winter, one summer. Informational and social events are planned throughout the year.
Site 2, Box 24, RR1
Border cowboys Mounted Shooters are a group of experienced people that compete in competition using two .45 caliber pistols shooting balloons set up in different patterns as fast as possible while mounted on gun trained broke horses
PO Box 971
PO Box 8028
To perpetuate and improve the Arabian horse and to promote the breeding of Arabians, Half-Arabians and Anglo-Arabians; and to encourage their active use for all feasible purposes for the joy of Arabian horses. To promote, encourage and stimulate popular interest in the outstanding versatile qualities of the breed.
204 Hunters Place
31 Horseshoe Bend
Family oriented, fun, economical. Our aim is to promote the Appaloosa Breed to the general public as well as the horse industry. We strive to provide an organization to facilitate competition and educational aspects for people interested in Appaloosas.
3438 Cedarille Drive SW
The purpose of the Calgary Regional Trail Riders Club (CRTR) is to increase enjoyment, improve safety and further educate its members in relation to equine activities. Activities include: organizing day and weekend rides, participation in parades, and sponsoring and promoting horse-related seminars and conferences.
187 - 5 - 8720 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary Western Riders is a gymkhana club dedicated to promoting fun, safety and enjoyment for both horse and rider of all ages and experience levels. We facilitate the pursuit of equine activities in a fun, family-oriented, relaxed atmosphere and encourage good sportsmanship & horsemanship. We promote the conservation of western principles and preservation of the history of the club.
904 89 St SW
The Canadian Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of mounted shooting through horsemanship and safe firearms handling. Besides shoots and jackpots, we hold practices and orientations for new shooters. Out members are willing and able to help people get started, so check out our event schedule and come watch one of our events. It's a sport the whole family can enjoy and it's all bout having a good time!
106006 - 242 Avenue West
Our club was formed to promote Canada's National horse - the Canadian. We strive to cultivate awareness of this magnificent breed in order to safeguard its existence while fostering safety, growth and fun for our riders and horses.
RR1, 55416 Range Road 22
CRTWH was incorporated under the Animal Pedigree Act in 1982, to register purebred Tennessee Walking Horses. CRTWH administers 3 additional programs for members - Program for Excellence, Training Level Challenge and Ride/Drive Your Walker. Contact CRTWH for information on Canadian bred and raised walkers for Canadian conditions - the smooth, comfortable glide ride.
619 Lake Linnet Crescent SE
Established in 1926 and incorporated under the Animal Pedigree Act in 1933, the Canadian Sport Horse Association is the oldest indigenous sport horse registry in North America. The Alberta Chapter of the CSHA hosts clinics, shows and a select sale. We welcome all interested parties to join us.
PO Box 100
Buck Lake, AB
Local youth riding club to encourage kids to ride and gain horsemanship skills in a fun and safe setting.
PO Box 796
Our association membership is made up of men and women over 40 years of age. It is a Century Club which means that the combined ages of the header and the heeler must be 100 or over. We hold our jackpots on the third Saturday of every month except December. Although we are a Central Alberta club, we draw members province wide.
PO Box 528
CPHA is a non profit association of equine enthusiasts who have a varied range of experience and interests. We support a wide variety of horse activities.
PO Box 95
We are mainly a gymkhana club geared towards children. We do a family camp-out, trail rides and small clinics. Currently we are entertaining the idea of holding more clinics, and are working out those details. Our membership is all out to ride, learn and have fun.
PO Box 142
The Clearwater Horse Club is committed to developing and promoting the interest and enjoyment of horses. We offer programs to encourage the youth in horses and horse back riding. We also feel strongly in developing and maintaining good fellowship among other horse clubs, non-profit groups and the public.
PO Box 5803
Fort McMurray, AB
Cooking Lake Saddle Club is a non-profit organization open to all rider disciplines and breeds of horses. Members can participate in CLSC fun shows, trail rides and clinics. Meetings (visitors welcome): 2nd Monday every month 7:30 pm at Looma Hall (turn West 1/2 mile south of TWP RD 510 on Hwy 21) No meetings June - September
50542 Range Road 225
Leduc County, AB
We are a Horse Club set in Jasper National Park. Visitors are welcome: April to October (2 corrals) $10 per night per horse. Linda: 780-852-6113 (cl) 780-852-3121 (w) Barb: 780-852-8520
PO Box 608
We are a local club consisting of people who are interested in horses and horse activities.
Davisburg Pony Club conducts Stable Managment classes during the winter months at Davisburg Hall. Summer riding takes place at Dewinton Riding Club.
200 96238 280 Ave East
PO Box 1723
The Dunmore Equestrian Society was formed to fill the need for a public agricultural/equestrian facility in southeastern Alberta. Our mission is to create an inclusive safe environment to celebrate our western heritage and build on our future. We will maximize opportunities for personal learning, recreation and rehabilitation for all ages.
192 Charles Street
The Edmonton Area Alberta Dressage Association (EAADA) is a non-profit association of riders, owners and supporters of the equine sport of dressage. We sponsor Equestrian Canada sanctioned dressage shows, clinics and seminars to promote the sport, with a strong focus on assisting and developing young riders. We welcome input and suggestions from our membership The mission of Edmonton Area Alberta Dressage Association is Provide a supportive community of like-minded people Promote and encourage a high standard of accomplishment in dressage Offer educational opportunities to develop skill Connect members to local, provincial, and national events.
13 Charlton Way
Sherwood Park, AB
We are a not for profit horse and rider drill team servicing Central Alberta. We are open to aplicants of all ages or gender. We enter rodeos and parades and hold team events throughout the year. Our goal is to have fun and learn along the way. We don't push horses and riders beyond their limitations.
35106 Range Road 11
Red Deer County, AB
ERA is the sanctioning body for all Endurance Rides held in Alberta. Our main objective is to promote the sport of Endurance Riding. A Discovery Clinic is held in May to educate and encourage juniors and adults to participate in our sport.
13, 27009 Township Road 513
Spruce Grove, AB
Evergreen Park is a 600 acre complex located on the southern outskirts of Grande Prairie amongst a forest of pine and spruce trees. The facility features two indoor riding arenas, an indoor boarding program, 450 outdoor stalls and an equestrian complex. The Park's 7/8ths mile track is considered one of the best in North America.
PO Box 370
Grande Prairie, AB
We provide services to our members that enhance and encourage the sport of Extreme Cowboy Racing. Craig Cameron's Extreme Cowboy association began this event in the USA. It has been promotes as ''Cowboy Up'' at the Calgary Stampede and since then it has generated much excitement. We provide an opportunity for all levels of riders to enjoy and grow with the sport.
PO Box 1913
The Fairview Sport Horse Society was designed to bring accessibility to quality events, competitions and coaching to our riders who are often otherwise limited here in the North Western section of the province. Our mission has always been to provide a fun and inviting atmosphere to all levels of English Riders in our area.
PO Box 1684
The Foothills Therapeutic Riding Association is a therapeutic riding group for special needs school children. Our program is designed for each individual to encourage self-confidence, muscle control and to improve social skills, speech & language.
Fort Calgary Wheel and Runner Riders celebrated 31 years in 2015 riding at Spruce Meadows, Calgary Stampede, High River, Carseland, Strathmore and many more rural parades. We also participate in Gymkhanas and weekend camp outs, and trail rides in and around Kanaskis country.
282064 Township Rd 224
Rocky View County, AB
Four: Thirteen Therapeutic Riding Association provides therapeutic riding opportunities for individuals of all abilities. Sessions are offered by CanTRA trained instructors in a fun, safe environment all year round at our facility in High Country Equestrian Center in Calgary.
41194 Circle 5 Estates
The Fun Country Riding Club of Strathmore began as Fun Country Riders in 1979 and incorporated as a non-profit society under its current name in 1988. This Strathmore based Club promotes horsmanship skills and sportsmanship. Activities include shows, gymkanas, clinics, trail rides and parades. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Box 76 Site 20 RR 2
H.E.D.J.E. Society (Hunter. Eventing, Dressage, Jumping, Equestrian Society). To provide support for English riding disciplines in the North Peace area, in the form of supplying educational materials, riding lessons and clnics and to host horse shows for the sport of dressage, eventing and jumping.
PO Box 34
We are a rural Strathcona County Club with approximaely 25 families as members. We host two fun horse shows per year, classes in the morning and gymkana in the afternoon. All participants and spectators enjoy the day at our grounds. Meetings are bi-monthly and all members come together for our Christmas party.
6 - 20332 Township Road 512
Sherwood Park, AB
High Country Carriage Driving Club are driving enthusiasts promoting the sport & fun of carriage driving. Yearly events: Fun Days of Driving, Treasure Hunts in Carriages, TREKs, trips to the mountains, Pleasure Driving Shows, Combined Driving Events & numerous clinics to support our drivers. We have events for all types of horses & minis to heavy horses. We welcome new members and enjoy new ideas. Please come and join in.
PO Box 76045 RPO Millrise
High Country Pony Club is a district branch of the Canadian Pony Club serving young people of the Millarville community and district. Members participate in dressage and jumping lessons, learn stable management practices and have opportunities to participate in various clinics and shows. All while forming friendships in the community and growing in their love of the horse.
C/O Site 4, Box 26 RR1
Gymkhana club, competing in barrels, poles, stakes and flags for fun. We also host one annual barrel jackpot.
59313 Range Road 30
Based in Grande Prairie, the team consists of riders of a wide variety of ages and backgrounds who share a passion for horses. Open to new members interested in improving horsemanship skills while learning the art of drill and performing musical rides.
Suite 1087, 3 - 9899 - 112 Avenue
Grande Prairie, AB
Our mission is to provide a unified voice for the Alberta horse industry and strengthen it through advocacy, education and research. Our vision is a growing, profitable and united Alberta horse industry recognised nationally and internationally.
97 East Lake Ramp NE
Gymkhana Club for very young to senior people. We are resurrecting the previous club after 19 years of not operating. The name does not apply to the current operation as we do not ever intend on it being a roping club at all, we are only having gymkhanas.
PO Box 653
Journey's Therapeutic Riding Society is a registered charity that operates a therapeutic riding program for persons with physical or developmental disabilities and identified at-risk youth. Our mission is: To promote healthy minds, bodies and spirits for children and adults who would benefit from equine supported experiences.
PO Box 694
Jump Alberta (JA; 2012) is a 'grassroots' not-for-profit charitable Alberta corporation. Founded in 2012, Jump Alberta is the result of a successful amalgamation of the Alberta Show Jumping Association (ASJA; 1982) and the Alberta Hunter Horse Society (AHH; 1986). Jump Alberta is dedicated to the sport of equestrian show jumping in Alberta by providing support for JA members and JA hosting venues, and offering opportunity for athlete development through the facilitation of special programs & events, 'development scholarships' and travel bursaries. Jump Alberta is committed to equal promotion of all show jumping events.
197 - 132 - 250 Shawville Blvd SE
LLHA is a non profit society which hosts 3 one day horse shows at the Lacombe Ag grounds, featuring halter classes, english and western riding classes, trail classes and gymkana. The shows are usually run in June and July, Septemnber weather permitting. Meetings are held every 2nd Wednesday of each month (except December) at 7:30pm at the Ag grounds at Lacombe.
Little Bits Therapeutic Riding Program provides educational riding programs for persons with disabilities with emphasis on development of independence, physical well being, ability, confidence and functional riding skills. LBTRA is a registered charitable organization. We rely on donations to keep our program affordable for our riders.
Box 29016 Pleasantview P.O
Equestrian Vaulting is the sport of dance and gymnastics performed on horses, at the walk, trot and canter. The Meadow Creek Vaulting Club offers recreational and competitive vaulting programs. The club is available for demonstrations, performances and clinics at all types of events. For more information, visit our website: www.mcvc.ca
Box 15 Site 7 RR 4
Miniatures in Motion Horse Club for all ages, offering clinics, fun drives and social activities. Classes and Clinics designed especially for the beginner horseman. Annual horse show held in July. For more information check out our website www.miniaturesinmotion.ca .
RR 3 Site 7 Box 47
Rocky Mountain House, AB
Mount View Special Riding Association (MVSRA) is a volunteer run seasonal therapeutic riding program for riders with disabilities, at the Calouri Pavilion in Olds, Monday and Tuesday evenings. We accomodate 4 riders in 5 one-hour classes. Fun and Safety with horses! Celebrating 30 years Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association member and certified instructors.
PO Box 1637
The club attracts riders from all disciplines, ages, levels, as well as all breeds and ages of horses and ponies. Our progressive category system allows riders to compete against other riders in their age group and their own ability level which promotes safety, equality of competition and fun.
PO Box 10174 Stn Main
Opening gaits is a charitable society founded in 1998 by a diverse group of Calgarians who are united in a passion for horses and a commitment to serve the community. Our objective is to provide therapeutic riding in an exciting, fun, and challenging environment for children and adults with disabilities allowing them to develop physically, socially and emotionally.
Box 76062, Millrise RPO
Our club members enjoy trail riding from age 5 to 80. Club members organize trail rides, fun days (games) and our annual Mother's Day poker rally. We donate to worthy causes like juvenile diabetes and hold one or two clinics a year. We share our skills with eachother and meetings are held 4 times per year.
PO Box 867
The Peace Area Riding for the Disabled Society is committed to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities by promoting physical, emotional, intellectual and social growth through therapeutic riding services and by building a community that embraces differences and supports growth and success for all of its members.
8202 - 84 Street
Grande Prairie, AB
PRADA leads and active and vibrant dressage community in Northern Alberta and BC by enabling riders in our area to develop advanced dressage skills through access to quality coaching, education and training in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
9509 77 Ave
Peace River, AB
Promoting the versatility of the standardbred horse from harness racing to pleasure and competitive pursuits. Providing support and activities for members. Placement program which encourages and fosters suitable careers and new homes for Standardbreds off the race track.
40 Robinson Road
Polocrosse is a family oriented group that enjoys playing and promoting Polocrosse. Polocrosse is best described as Lacrosse on horseback with a sponge ball being passed until a goal is scored. All levels of play are accomodated with a priority placed on safety, hormanship and fun. We host several instructional clinics targeting all levels. Please check us out on Facebook!
5419 Ladbrooke Dr SW
5216 - 50 Avenue
To provide a safe facility for equestrians of all ages to use to improve their skills with focus on the Canadian Pony Club motto of "Loyalty, Character and Sportsmanship."
PO Box 1702
Rocky Mountain House, AB
The Quarter Horse Association of Alberta (QHAA) is the officail affiliate of the American Quarter Horse Association. With over 108,000 registered quarter horses and over 700 members, it strives to preserve and promote the horse industry and encourages competition in all divisions. The main goal is to encourage horsmanship, sportsmanship and fun.
PO Box 991
Based on its own 80 acres, the RES serves its members and community groups by providing facilities and programs that vary from equine activities to nature studies. It is also responsible for stewardship of several Natural Areas. Its trails are perfect for hiking, horse back riding, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, bird watching and photography.
PO Box 408
Polocrosse is ''Horse Lacrosse''. We play on mixed teams with people of all ages. The tournament and jackpot season runs May to the end of August, but we play once a week all year round. Practices are held Friday nights and whatever other days we want to get together. This is a fun, social club that participates in other equine events that make our horses bombproof such as trail riding, Stampede Parade, cross country, cowboy challenge. We are here to have fun and our more competitive athletes have the opportunity to travel and play. New members always welcome. Find us on Facebook and our website.o
RR 1 Site 9 Box 10
RDAWSDA is a newly formed non profit organization in the central to southern Alberta area. Western dressage creates a partnership between the horse and rider with elegance and finesse. We welcome all levels of riders in all disciplines, with all breeds of horses.
Box 14 Site 11 RR 4 (c/o Linda Anderson)
Our riding club works on the basic elements of riding with a strong focus on fun. We provide an annual riding camp that ranges from beginners to advanced riders.
PO Box 4291 Stn Main
The Rimbey Sleigh, Wagon & Saddle Club is for riding and driving enthusiasts of all ages and levels. Members are active in trails, hose camping, medieval gaming, jumping, miniature horse competitions, natural horsemanship and more. The club also hosts a fall poker ride and winter cutter parade.
PO Box 393
The Rocky Mountain Polocrosse and Equestrian Club is an organization focused on providing an environment for learning and practicing good horsemanship while pursuing activities such as, but not limited to, polocrosse, working equitation, recreational and competitive trail riding, and gymkhana. We are based out of Strathmore and Calgary.
Box 59 Site 16 RR 2
The Rocky Mountain Gymkhana Club is a local non profit equestrian organization dedicated to a fun, family oriented environment where people of all ages and riding abilities can enjoy building horsemanship skills, friendly agricultural sport competition and camaraderie. Weekly gymkhana events are held from May to September, and an open horse show is hosted in August, which also includes gymkhana competition, horse showing and show jumping.
RR 1 Station Main
Rocky Mountain House, AB
Saddle Seat Canada is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art of saddle seat equitation in Canada. Saddle Seat Canada supports the development of amateur athletes. Our mission is to further the growth and visibility of the saddle seat discipline on national and international levels.
22128 Township Road 510
Sherwood Park, AB
A professional non profit jousting club dedicated to promoting the sport, training people to compete safely, promoting horsemanship and sportsmanship in an international discipline. The group emphasizes the importance of the horse in the sport. Jousting takes place in tournament form internationally, this group works to develop competent talented courteous riders that represent Canada with honour.
210083 274 Avenue W
We are a socially active club. Members enjoy the company both during penning and sorting events, as well as socially. We do both penning and sorting during the entire year.
Springbank Equestrian Society (SES) consists of four member clubs: Calgary Western Riders, Springbank Rawhides 4H Club, Sarcee Pony Club and Calgary Polocrosse Club. Our facility is also a public park. 2 outdoor riding rings. Picnic area and playground. Facility has a small community hall. The park is open all year fround for public useage. A small community hall is also available for rentals.
25 Robinson Road
Springbank Pony Club offers a winter theory program, year round riding clinics, as well as a week long camp in the summer. Our members enjoy show jumping, dressage, cross country and regional/national quiz. It is a fun, supportive and dynamic Pony Club.
31077 Morgans View
A fun, family-friendly club in the Spruce View area
36307 Rge Rd 40
Red Deer County, AB
The Steele's Scouts Militia Calvary celebrates it's 40th year in 2017. In 1977, a group of men with a keen interest in early Western Canadian history and wanting to do more with their horses formed the Troop which has been judged historically correct to 1885 as to uniform and drill. See www.steelscouts.ca
PO Box 816
Turner Valley, AB
Stone Bridge Carriage Driving Club is about helping new and experienced, young and not so young, male and female horse people who wish to explore the world of combined driving. Come learn with us and enjoy the chance to drive your equine large or small. There is a place in our club for everyone.
PO Box 567
SAHA welcomes horse enthusiasts of all breeds and disciplines. We are dedicated to the enjoyment of our equine companions. SAHA promotes education, safety in care, handling and enjoyment of horses. We provide clinics, seminars, shows, meetings, socials, special events and trail rides.
PO Box 3168 Stn Main
Sherwood Park, AB
27118 Township road 513
Spruce Grove, AB
Thompson Country Pony Club is a non-profit, registered society providing equestrian education to youth from 6 and 25 years; thereby developing loyalty, character and sportsmanship as well as responsibility, moral judgement, leadership and self confidence: weekly during the months of January to September offer camps during the summer months offer workshops, clinics and competitions
PO Box 1702
Rocky Mountain House, AB
Any horse, any rider, any tack. Competitive trail rides have been taking place in Alberta since the early 1970's. The rules resemble the conditions faced by early pioneers, whose horses travelled vast distances at the quickest pace possible and required enough stamina for the same effort tomorrow. Competitive trail rides are held in scenic areas of Alberta. It is a sport that riders from all disciplines can enjoy and provide a great challenge for horse and rider.
PO Box 74
Getting together with horse owners who like to gymkhana and trail ride/clinics we are friendly club which likes to help anyone learning to ride.
PO Box 387
Tri-County riding Club is a family oriented nonprofit club devoted to the growth and development of horse and rider. We enjoy monthly shows from May to October that include Western Pleasure, Trail, Showmanship and Gymkhana events. We strive to provide an encouraging and supportive environment for members of all ages and skill levels.
PO Box 486
Buck Lake, AB
ULTRA is a therapeutic riding association for children and adults.
PO Box 1465
The Valleyview Agricultural Society operates a riding arena, hall and rodeo grounds. We organize many events including clinics, workshops, dressage show, horse show, rodeo and Agricultural Fair -- as well as non-agriculture events. Check out events by going to our website www.valleyviewagsociety.ca
PO Box 127
Sunset House, AB
The Western Canadian Wagon Train offers wagon train rides for fun, fundraiser rides, and charitable rides. We do week-long rides, weekend rides and, in winter, day fun rides. The week-long rides we go anywhere in Alberta. We also participate in rides and fundraising rides that are not considered club rides. AEF membership is required of all our members.
PO Box 199
The Wild Rose Draft Horse Association is an advocacy group, which speaks with a unified voice for Alberta's Draft Horse Industry. They offer educational programs for horsewomen/horsemen, especially the growing number of youth who express an interest in owning and working draft horses.
PO Box 96
Turner Valley, AB
The Wildrose Mounted Shooting Society is a not for profit mounted shooting club based in central Alberta. The WMSS is dedicated to promoting the sport of mounted shooting through horsemanship, sportsmanship and firearms safety.
Xtreme Wild Rose is affiliated with Extreme Cowboy Racing Association (EXCA). XWR is about promoting and introducing people to the sport of obstacle racing. XWR is based out of Wild Rose Arena located between Red Deer and Rocky Mountain House. XWR welcomes riders with any breed of horse to come enjoy the sport. Obstacle racing is a fun family event.