Idaho State Horse Show Association


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Welcome!
General membership meetings fall on the first Wednesday of each month.
The next general membership meeting will be Wednesday, June 7 at the Sunrise Cafe in Middleton (200 E Main).  The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm.  All are welcome.  Come early and enjoy a great meal and friends!!  



The next ISHSA approved show is the Buckskin Who Dun It Show on May 6.   The showbill has been posted.

May 24th is the last day to turn in your year end declarations from the spring double point show.  Please send your declaration forms to Anita Stephen.

Congratulations to the spring double point winners:
Grand 11 & Under: Lukas Hall
Reserve 11 & Under: Addison Lee
Grand Ltd. Rider: Kathy Mezin
Reserve Lts. Rider: Dorine Taggart
Grand 19-49: Christine Weiser-Zimmerman
Reserve 19-49: Patricia Schuster
Grand 14-18: Lauren Caven
Reserve 14-18: Taylor Johnson
Grand 13 & Under: Emily Peters
Reserve 13 & Under: Abagale Hall
Grand In-Hand: Jamey Robbins
Reserve In-Hand: Valerie Marshall
Grand Driving Large Cart: Carolyn Phillips
Grand Driving Small Cart: Valerie Marshall
Reserve Driving Small Cart: Donna Bernardelli
Grand Reining: Shane Broome
Reserve Reining: Mary Simpson
Grand Gymkahana: Cathy Jo Ayotte
Reserve Gymkahana:  Jennifer Larson

The Idaho State Horse Show Association was organized January, 1980 and incorporated in Gem County, State of Idaho, as a non-profit organization to promote the showing and care of all equine—horse, mule, donkey, and pony breeds and also to organize various clubs or shows into one group for the purpose of establishing set rules and standards, and a fair and just point system based on the actual performance of horse or rider.

  • Promote the education  of the people of Idaho in the development of horses and horsemanship. Encourage good sportsmanship and proper conduct among equestrians and to foster good fellowship among all persons interested in equines.  For purposes of this organization the term equine will include all horse, mule, donkey and pony breeds.
  • Encourage proper and humane handling and care of equine.
  • Prevent cruelty to all animals.
  • Establish and maintain an open, all breed equine show circuit.
  • This association shall be a non-profit organization.
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