The CCEHC is a gathering point for equestrian groups, businesses and individuals to meet, share, educate and promote equine actives throughout Clark County and beyond. As equestrian enthusiasts in an ever growing community, we are dedicated to assuring the promotion of the positive image that the equestrian community can present to all who come in contact with it. We will work together to educate, encourage and develop novice to expert riders in areas of the county, while welcoming visitors from far and near to one of the nations greatest natural resource wonders. Clark County! Enjoy your visit and share us with your friends.

Alice Heller, President, CCEHC

Latest News!

Adopt-a-Horse Bingo Night- May 11, 2019

Join us Saturday, May 11th at the Clark County Saddle Club for dinner, bingo and fun! Social hour is from 5PM to 6PM. Dinner starts at 6PM, and bingo (and other fun games) follow dinner. There will also be a silent auction, a great opportunity to bid on amazing items, and further support abused and neglected horses in Clark County. Buy your tickets now (so we know how much food to prepare) tickets at the door are $25. Hope to see you there!

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2019 Clark County Equestrian Survey

Please help us demonstrate the tremendous impact equines have on the economy of Clark County. This is the time to let your voices be heard!


CCEHC & Adopt-a-Horse in the News!

Ripley's Horse Aid Foundation

Did You Know?

Ripley’s Horse Aid Foundation started in Washington State in 2002, and has operated its “voucher” program in Clark County since 2006. The original RHAF has closed its doors since the recent retirement of CEO, Wilma Tronstad. Wilma has done a tremendous job running the program for the last several years, being the only program liaison and also the treasurer and grant seeker for the program. The Clark County Executive Horse Council is proud to announce that it is continuing this fine program here in Clark County. Ripley’s Horse Aid, a Program of the Clark County Executive Horse Council, will be offering the same voucher services to horse owners in temporary financial straits: 300 lbs of hay and 50 lbs of grain, hoof trim, teeth floating, castration, and euthanasia and body removal. The vouchers will continue to be administered by animal control officers, at their discretion.