RFVHC is the home of the first official horse-oriented organization in Western Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley.
The Roaring Fork Valley Horse Council is a nonprofit organization providing a unified voice for equine related interests by working to preserve access to trails, promoting charitable involvement in equine related experiences and activities, educating the public on equestrian issues, providing connections and resources for the equine community, and supporting the overall well being of horses and horsemanship.
We welcome your participation.
P.O. Box 127; Snowmass, Colorado 81654
* 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization *
council has been working on many different trail preservation/creation projects
in the past few months. Check back for updates and get involved! We are asking for membership support for
the Cozy Point Management Plan. Please check your emails for a draft of our letter and feel free to write your own supporting future equestrian use.
the new year we will have two new committee chairs and board members! Leslie Thomas will now be the
Membership Chair and Holly Mclain will be the Communications Chair. We are re-structuring our membership format-Look for an update in your email.
To be added to the email list or for more information email email@example.com
We are planning to sponsor an event at the T-Lazy 7 in March.
Check back for DETAILS!
We are unique
We are the only equestrian organization in the Roaring Fork Valley that represents you and your horse. We encourage all horse enthusiasts to take advantage of the many activities and services provided by our organization. We invite horse owners, riders, ranch and farm owners, equestrian businesses and any one that is interested in equine issues to express their ideas and interests by coming to our next meeting and joining the growing membership of the Roaring Fork Valley Horse Council.
Our Goals are to:
To work with government and other non-governmental organizations to ensure the local trail systems include the interests and
well being of horses and their owners.
To coordinate charitable activities for the protection of horses and their owners and to encourage the use the therapeutic
benefits of equine-assisted activities to the community.
To provide forums where the horse community can come together for educational and informative purposes.
Become a central information center for the community for equestrian activities, services and events.
To hold events that will bring horse owners of all disciplines together.