“Providing equestrians with quality, family-oriented amateur events, educational programs and recreational activities for all equine breeds and disciplines.”
CSHA was founded in 1942 for the purpose of fostering interest in all breeds of horses and forms of horsemanship throughout the State of California.
CSHA has designed a wide range of programs which offer participants opportunities for growth and enjoyment regardless of their type of riding, breed of horse or experience level.
CSHA implements its programs via its 18 geographic regions throughout the State of California. These Regions have elected officers and appointed program chairs who volunteer their time to develop their respective programs and who represent clubs and individuals that participate in various programs offered by the Association.
CSHA is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization.
For more information on our mission statement see About Us.
Relay the Cancer Clown with Miss CSHA 2016 Kate Sorel and Jr. Miss, Region 5 Shaila Wilkerson
Miss CSHA 2016 Kate Sorel and Jr. Miss, Region 5 Shaila Wilkerson are ready to Fight Like Girls with “Relay” the cancer awareness clown on his 2015 Rodeo Tour. Relay, the Wrangler Tough Enough Team and the Pink Lemonade Foundation join CSHA in giving the thumbs up to Save More Birthday’s. Follow Relay on Facebook, or visit his website at http://relaythecancerclown.com to come join the FIGHT!
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