Membership has its benefits
The New England Horsemen’s Council encourages and promotes all horse activities in New England and joins together the New England states in a cooperative interest in horse activities, especially in horse shows. The Council, officers, and delegates volunteer their time and efforts on your behalf to ensure that the events you attend are held to the highest standards of competition and safety. This assures you of balance and equity at our affiliated events.
April 14, 2021 Shows offering the Adult and Junior Hunt Seat Medal. The Medal class for the 2021 show season can run with 3 entries instead of the 4 entries stated in the rule book. Class can be...
Download the December 2020 Newsletter for information about shows, scholarships, medal winners and more. Download the PDF
2020 was a year that we all will all remember. As we do not want to dwell on our past year New England Horsemen’s Council looks forward to beginning a new year competing at our favorite shows. The...
Each year, NEHC hosts a banquet thanking members and honoring medal winners. During the banquet, scholarships are also awarded to our Junior members. Join us for an evening of fun, including raffles, dancing, hors d’oeuvres, centerpiece competition and, of course, awards. Buy Tickets
Year End Points
Points are finalized December 30 of the current year and awards are not final until points close. Members must earn points at at least three different shows to qualify for year-end awards. You can check current points and view year-end points by visiting the Points page on our website. View Points
NEHC encourages Junior Riders to pursue education beyond the high school level and awards a $500 educational Scholarship in four equitation disciplines. Selection are based on the ability and aptitude for pursuing education beyond the high school level, community service, leadership and achievement with horses. Learn More