News & Notes

July 7, 8, 9 Members Days

July 7, 8, 9 Members Days

Hours:  7 am – 5 pm Rules & Policies Parking in the Main Lot only Riders must check in at the office or at the kiosk on the porch before riding Please keep the gates at D Barn and the Jump Field closed Helmets are required Cross-country vests and medical armbands strongly [Read More...]
Festival of Eventing: 2017 Updates

Festival of Eventing: 2017 Updates

Festival of Eventing: August 7-13 What’s new at GMHA? Work is in progress to make this year’s Festival the best yet. August 7-9: Festival Clinic- All levels August 11: Beginner Novice & Novice Horse Trial & CIC1* Dressage August 12-13: Horse Trial (Intermediate, CIC1*, [Read More...]
GMHA $5,000 Cash Prize Raffle

GMHA $5,000 Cash Prize Raffle

Take Home the $5,000 Cash Prize Purchase your raffle ticket today to help raise funds for Phase III of the Upwey Barn Roof Repair. Learn more about the Raise the Roof Upwey Barn Restoration… Tickets are $100 each and only 250 will be sold. Drawing will be November 5, 2017 at the GMHA Annual [Read More...]
2017 Staff Updates

2017 Staff Updates

2017 Staff Updates 2017 is bringing some new and exciting staff changes to GMHA. We’re proud of the team we’ve assembled and we look forwarding to seeing you this season. Karey Waters will be transitioning from full-time to part-time this season. In her revised role, she will continue to [Read More...]

About the Green Mountain Horse Association

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The Green Mountain Horse Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Founded in 1926, GMHA is the nation’s oldest continuously operating horse association.

Our mission is to provide and maintain opportunities for educational and competitive activities for diverse equestrian disciplines. Emphasis is placed on equestrian trails preservation, horsemanship and youth education.

At our facility, located in South Woodstock, Vermont, we offer a wide range of events to hundreds of equestrians each year in dressage, driving, eventing, hunter/jumpers, and trail riding. GMHA is dedicated to preserving trails and open space for equestrian use, and our trail network covers over 400 miles.

Our 65-acre facility includes stabling for 196 horses, four all-weather arenas with European Geo-Textile footing, a spectacular cross-country course, and driving hazards.