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Joint Leadership Council Announces Public Forums

March 15, 2019

Working to fulfill its mission to bring about positive change in the governance of our sport, the Joint Leadership Council announces a series of public forums at spring shows across the country. Presenters will give a brief overview of the JLC’s activities, discuss the importance of effective governance for our breeds and then open the floor for questions, comments, ideas and discussion amongst the audience. While it is understood that SafeSport and its implementation will generate many questions and comments, the JLC encourages discussion of all matters regarding governance.

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Joint Leadership Council Initiates Dialogue with USEF Leadership

February 13, 2019

During the recent United Professional Horsemen’s Association (“UPHA”) Annual Conference, representatives from several Show Horse Organizations met and ultimately formed the “Joint Leadership Council”. This Council consists of representatives appointed by the Boards of Directors from the American Hackney Horse Society, American Morgan Horse Association, American Road Horse and Pony Association, American Saddlebred Horse Association and the UPHA.

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Joint Leadership Council - Chronicle of the Horse Article

January 31, 2019

The Joint Leadership Council would like to share an article that may be helpful in understanding more about Safe Sport. We have provided the full article from The Chronicle of the Horse below. This committee is still working with USEF to get answers to additional questions. As we learn more, we will share the information with our members.

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Associations Unite in Negotiations with USEF

December 19, 2019

(Palm Springs, CA) A unified effort is under way to increase negotiating power with the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF). Leadership from the American Saddlebred Horse Association, the American Hackney Horse Society, American Road Horse and Pony Association and United Professional Horsemen's Association agreed to band together to address many concerns regarding USEF including minimal promotion of these breeds, lack of communication and unresolved policy issues.

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