BCHA serves as a valuable resource for horse-related expertise in Boulder County. We sponsor educational clinics, seminars, events, and informative publications. When issues arise concerning legislation or trail news, BCHA lets the community know through social media, including our website BoulderHorse.org and our blog BCHAnicker.org.
BCHA presents several annual events such as the BCHA Horse Fair, the Public Lands Appreciation Day (PLAD), and the BCHA Fun Show. We also offer both informal and organized trail rides—a fun way to learn about local ecology, history, and land stewardship!
BCHA works with Boulder County to formulate horse-keeping guidelines within the Land Use Code. We are especially proud of our accomplishments in this area. BCHA has also participated in several National Trails Day projects, and our members are active in Municipal, County, State and Federal trail-policy planning forums.
Please Help Us Keep Open Space Open! BCHA is one of several recreation advocacy groups that have worked very hard to come up with a balanced plan for trails in the North Trail Study Area, the entire swath of land between Boulder, Longmont, and Lyons — including Joder Ranch and Boulder Valley Ranch. […]
The OSMP game has changed, folks. For the first time ever, if we do not get each and every trail and trailhead parking lot “specifically designated” for horses, we will lose them forever. BCHA has carefully evaluated the four alternatives proposed by staff and we believe that while Scenario #4 is the “least bad” it […]