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Our Mission: To act on behalf of the New Mexico equine community through education and promoting activities
benefiting all equine interests.

New Mexico Horse Council
2014 Annual Meeting

Will be held on Saturday,
January 24, 2015


 Time:  Serving begins at 6:00

 Cost:  $10 per person if you eat (not $12 as stated in newsletter).  Can pay at door.  (Not a potluck.)

 Place:  Komadina residence (Vista Hermosa Farm), 475 Corrales del Norte, Corrales, New Mexico.

GPS Address:  475 Corrales del NorteFrom the Alameda Road/Coors Blvd/Corrales Road intersection, go 5.2 miles north on Corrales Road.  Turn right (east) at the last field of the Trees of Corrales site (on the right side of Corrales Road).  Corrales del Norte is paved and framed by two adobe set back sloped pillars with the street name.  Vista Hermosa is the third house on the left.  We'll have a sandwich board at the turn off Corrales Road.

 What’s for dinner?  A variety, from food suitable for carnivores to vegans.  Something for everyone.  And soft drinks and water.

 RSVP:  if you can, to NMHC message telephone (505-345-8959) or to nmhc@swcp.com, by Jan. 21.  (But you can come at the last minute.  We’ll have enough.)

 Who’s welcome:  Anyone, NMHC member or not.

The Program:

 Review of the New Mexico Horse Council Year.  Plans and projects for the future.

 Speaker:  Aubrey Dunn, NMHC member and newly elected New Mexico Commissioner of Public Lands, on “public land policies in NM”.

 Election of New Mexico Horse Council Directors

 Awards and Recognitions

Here’s your chance to:  Mingle and Meet friends and future friends; Pay 2015 Dues; Pick up that Equine Liability sign!

NMHC Newsletter

Autumn/Winter 2014


Project Gelding: Financial assistance for stallion owners with the cost of castration

About the Project

Contact Kristin Darnell-Kreger for further information, 505-400-7438

or email Project Gelding


Plan NOW!
Develop a plan for your horses and other equines in case of natural or other disaster. (pdf file)

Long Range Disaster Planning:
Safety Provisions for Equines


The Board of Directors meets regularly  and  communicates by electronic means between meetings.  Some meetings are held by conference call.  NMHC members and others meet annually in the fall and at other times if needed. Watch for details. 


Legal Status of Horses

The American Horse Council published a white paper on the legal status of horses.  Read it here.
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Project Gelding
Equine Welfare
Trails and Land Use
Education and Outreach
State Fair Booth and Shows
Trail Rides
and much more!
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New Mexico Horse Council

     P.O. Box 10206, Albuquerque, NM  87184 

email:  nmhc@swcp.com

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