WE Post: R1 Feb. 2023

R1 Feb. 2023

Category: Announcements


By: Heather Humelbaugh

Region 1 continues to grow as more and more equestrians discover this fun and engaging sport!  Idaho and Oregon are homes for two more Region 1 AOs! This information is as follows:

Treasure Valley Working Equitation

Email: weTeamIdaho@gmail.com
Phone #: (435) 640-6755
Facebook page: Working Equitation Team Idaho
Main Contact: Rachel Stout

We are the Working Equitation enthusiast best known as “Team Idaho”. We welcome riders from the Treasure Valley of Idaho, as well as the greater Northwest and Mountain West. We support and organize the Idaho Camp & Cup as well as local shows, play days, clinics and more.

Treasure Valley Working Equitation
5930 W. Drawbridge Dr.
Boise, ID  83703

Rising Hope Stables

Email: risinghopestables@gmail.com
Phone #: (541) 621-0070
Facebook page: Rising Hope Stables

Main Contact: Laura Stutesman

Rising Hope Stables is a training and boarding facility in Ashland Oregon. It offers riding lessons, horse training, and purchase/sell help for all ages and disciplines, as well as hosts shows and playdays regularily.

Rising Hope Stables
2007 E. Hills Dr.
Ashland, OR 97520

This adds to the continuing work of Idaho Panhandle Working Equitation in North Idaho

 Main Contact: Kristine Strasburger
(208) 818-0400

Idaho Panhandle Working Equitation
Spirit Lake, ID  83869

Information on AOs in Region 1 can be found on the website here: https://usawe.org/we-community/affiliate-organizations/

I am also pleased to announce that  have been confirmed as a member of the Ethics Committee, Chaired by Dan Dalke. This committee is charged with responding and researching complaints related to USAWE ethics issues. These types of incidents are far and few between, but must be promptly and fairly responded to according to our bylaws, policies and procedures. As a long time participant in Working Equitation, I am honored to serve in this capacity.

I am looking forward to spring: Here’s to less barn construction and more riding time.

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