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American Horse Council

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Logo of the American Horse Council.

The American Horse Council (AHC) is a trade organization in Washington, DC representing the horse industry. It lobbies before Congress and Federal agencies for the interests of the horse industry, and serves as a unified voice for the horse industry.

Membership is open to anyone, but is primarily made up of the following groups:

  • Horse Councils of individual states;
  • breed organizations;
  • horse breeders;
  • horse owners;
  • veterinarians;
  • horse industry businesses;
  • individuals.

The American Horse Council was founded in 1969.

External links

AHC website


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