Why join Hamilton County OHC?
We engage equestrians in equine activities so that we enrich the human-equine relationship.
We believe in connecting all types of people to equines to promote and enhance the human-equine relationship.
Hamilton County Ohio Horseman’s Council engages all types of equestrians to promote the education, conservation, recreation, and advocacy of equine activities and ownership.
Hamilton County OHC Meets the first Thursday of every month at the Crosby Township Community Center (8910 Willey Road, Harrison, Ohio 45030). Meeting social is 6:30pm – 7:00pm and meetings start at 7:00pm.
We host several activities including: organized moonlight trail rides on the Miami Whitewater Forest Shaker Trace Trail; organized day trail rides; horse trail clean up days; “Ask a Vet” educational meeting with Miamitown Equine Veterinary Services; Memorial Day (Cheviot and Crosby), 4th of July (Harrison), and Christmas (Harrison) parades; supporting Hamilton County 4-H; and supporting the Crosby Township Kringle chest fund.
We would love for you to become a member! Please complete an online registration to join Hamilton County OHC. If you need assistance with online registration please contact our Treasurer listed below.
If you prefer not to use the online system to join or renew with our chapter, print our chapter’s membership form (click on blue type) and mail it with payment to the chapter treasurer at the address shown on the form.
If you are a primary member of another chapter and want to be a secondary member of our chapter, you can print a secondary membership form (click on blue type) and mail it to the chapter treasurer. Please refer to the treasurer’s address on the primary membership form and add any chapter charges shown to the secondary membership fee of $3 Individual or $5 Family.
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