Larimer County Horseman's Association

If you want to increase your knowledge and enhance the joy of working with the horse.

If you have a special spot in your heart for a horse - owner or not - and want to share your interest with like-minded people.

If you want to have an active part in ensuring the future of equine recreational opportunities, join us in the Larimer County Horseman's Association (LCHA).

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Issue 1A: The Larimer County Horseman's Association whole heartedly endorses the Open Space and Natural Areas measure. Equestrians of Larimer County enjoy a very horse-friendly open space program both at a county and a city level. Since the original 1/4% sales tax to fund city and county open space programs was approved by voters, over 83 miles of trails were created by Larimer County and the City of Fort Collins. The majority of these trails are open to equestrian use. By extending the existing tax, we can continue to fund the acquisition and development of new properties as well as maintaining existing open spaces and natural areas.


Advocacy Education Community

Meet and mingle with active horse people interested in the future of recreational opportunities for equestrians.

ADVOCACY: Your membership supports trail maintenance, trail projects, and ensures future accessibility for horses. See About/History page for more information.

EDUCATION: Enjoy fun events, programs, clinics, and trail rides geared toward all levels of riders!

COMMUNITY: LCHA member teams are approved and trained to assist local law enforcement with large animal emergency evacuation. LCHA assists local communities with educational events