Greetings! We welcomed in a new board for 2023 and are ready to work for you.
We want to also thank our previous board members for all their hard work in doing
everything they did to keep this organization strong.
We have several clinic ideas that we will be offering throughout the year. We will continue to
train and coordinate with other agencies; and once again, we will be organizing the
Emergency Preparedness Clinic in April 2023. Additionally, we will not have a booth this
year at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo; but we will have our materials at
a couple of booths throughout the Expo.
Membership renewals will be going out via email this month. Please renew and share with a
couple of your friends. It is important to support the mission of the Douglas-Elbert Horse
Council. We would love to see our members get more involved as we move into 2023. If you
have ideas or suggestions or want to be involved please reach out to me or any of our board
members. Please stay connected through our Facebook page and Website.
Tentative Dates for DECHC Activities
May 4 & 6 Trail Safety and Confidence Clinics
May 10 - Greenland Open Space workday
September 30 (Oct. 7 snow date) - Trail Ride
Rendezvous Firehouse Meeting - November TBA
Volunteer Trainings: TBA
Joe Cummings Clinic: May 4 and May 6
If you find any problems on the trails, or think any specific repair work needs to be done,
please contact Douglas County Open Space:
Here is a list of local trails in Douglas County
Last up-dated January 11, 2023
Join Douglas Elbert County Horse Council for our
November (TBA) 2023
At the Franktown Fire Department