Horse Industry Directory Press Release

In 2019 the American Horse Council (AHC) will be celebrating 50 years of service to the Equine Industry. As part of our celebration we plan to publish the most in-depth, robust Horse Industry Directory (HID) ever! The HID is the most inclusive directory of all facets of the equine industry – literally a “Who’s Who” featuring thousands of listings and resources including breed associations and discipline organizations, federal contacts, state horse councils, general state agricultural contacts, commercial vendors, service providers, as well as equine rescues, publications and veterinary schools. The service providers section alone is the “go to” guide for horse owners which includes attorneys, accountants, farriers, feed companies, shippers, trainers, farms and much more.

HID also includes handy facts and figures about the industry including breed registration numbers and trends,  a guide to interstate health requirements, industry meetings and conference dates/locations and a synopsis of important legislative and regulatory happenings.

Provided to all AHC members at no charge and sold to over 500 industry participants, the HID is widely circulated and relied upon by the industry! If you want your organization, company or products to be seen by the equine industry – this is the place to be!

AHC members receive a free three inch by three inch listing. Equine welfare and rescues organizations receive a free one inch by three inch listing. Non-Members may purchase a three inch by three inch listing for $25 or receive a free one line listing (name, contact, address, and phone).  The directory also contains premium advertising space, so contact Emily Brockway at the e-mail below to get a rate card and details about placements.

Our goal is to put every industry contact you need at your fingertips!  If you would like to be included in our directory, please send your information to  with the subject “HID Info” by January 18, 2019.

Look for the 2019 Horse Industry Directory coming in March 2019!

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