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State Line Tack is proud to sponsor associations that support and develop a deeper love and understanding of different breeds and riding styles.

  • American Paint Horse Association

    American Paint Horse Association

    The American Paint Horse Association is the world�s second-largest international equine breed association, registering more than a million horses in 59 nations and territories since it was founded. APHA serves to promote, preserve and provide meaningful experiences with Paint Horses, creating and maintaining programs that increase the value of this unique breed, developed from a base of spotted horses with Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred bloodlines, often sporting broad pinto spotting patterns of white and dark hair.

  • Paso Fino Horse Association

    Paso Fino Horse Association

    The Paso Fino Horse Association (PFHA) started with only a dozen shows and a handful of registered horses, and has since grown to 21 regions that encompass over 3500 members and 60,000 registered horses. Adorned with the title "Smoothest Riding Horse in the World,"" Paso Fino horses are full of energy, drive, stamina, yet gentle on the ground. Bred for good physical balance, the Paso Fino is quick, sure-footed, and very athletic.

  • Clydesdale Breeders of the United States

    Clydesdale Breeders of the United States

    Incorporated in 1879, The Clydesdale Breeders of the United States sponsors national and regional horse shows, awarding special recognition to exhibitors of top-quality U.S.-bred stallions, mares, and geldings, in addition to the usual hitch and halter classes. The member organization for the Clydesdale horse is open to all people interested in the well-being and advancement of this breed of "gentle giants," which originated from Scottish farm horses over 200 years ago.

  • American Saddlebred Horse Association

    American Saddlebred Horse Association

    The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) supports all of the activities that make Saddlebred ownership pleasurable and exciting, while working to stimulate and promote interest in the breed. Historically referred to as the "Horse America Made," the American Saddlebred is still the ultimate show horse today, dominating the saddle seat disciplines with its elegant and powerful high-stepping action.

  • Appaloosa Horse Club

    Appaloosa Horse Club

    The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) was established in 1938 in Idaho. Appaloosas are a versatile breed known for their distinctive color and pattern combinations, intelligence, and even temperament, and can be found in nearly every discipline.

  • American Morgan Horse Association

    American Morgan Horse Association

    The American Morgan Horse Association Inc. (AMHA) was created in 1909 and now resides in Vermont. Morgans are known for their extreme beauty and heart, athleticism and versatility, willingness and intellect, and people-loving attitude. This first American breed can be found worldwide.

  • International Buckskin Horse Association

    International Buckskin Horse Association

    The International Buckskin Horse Association (IBHA) is a color registry, incorporated in 1971. Buckskin, Dun, Brindle Dun, Red Dun, and Grulla horses represent the beautiful colors of the Buckskin Association. Many qualify for double registration, so you and your horse can have twice the fun!

  • Palomino Horse Breeders of America

    Palomino Horse Breeders of America

    The Palomino Horse Breeders of America (PHBA) is a color association formed in 1941 and located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Palominos stand between 14 and 17hh and exhibit the body color, with variations from light to dark, of a newly minted US 14k gold coin. Almost every breed has the Palomino color so you can see these beautiful horses in every discipline. Roy Rogers' horse Trigger made the color famous.

  • Tennessee Walking Breeders & Association

    Tennessee Walking Breeders & Association

    The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' and Exhibitors' Association (TWHBEA) is dedicated to this light horse breed, a composition of Narragansett and Canadian Pacer, Standardbred, Thoroughbred, Morgan, and American Saddlebred stock. Originally bred as a utility horse, the Tennessee Walking Horse is best suited for a recreational mount due to its smooth, easy ride and its gentle disposition. A calm, docile temperament, combined with naturally smooth and easy gaits, ensures its popularity as a show, trail, and pleasure horse.

  • American Hackney Horse Society

    American Hackney Horse Society

    The American Hackney Horse Society (AHHS) registers and promotes the breeding of quality Hackney horses and Hackney ponies. Admired for their versatility, Hackney horses are magnificent as carriage animals, highly sought for their glamour and presence. Hackney ponies are smaller, power-packed versions under 14.2 hh, prized as show ponies and childhood companions. Both horse and pony have a good foot and a good reputation for soundness, with a remarkable high stepping gait that's exciting to watch.

  • Pony of the Americas Club, Inc.

    Pony of the Americas Club, Inc.

    The Pony of the Americas Club (POAC), Inc., was founded in 1954 by an Iowan attorney hoping to breed a child's size mount that was calm, intelligent, versatile, and sturdy enough to last all day, sporting the Appaloosa-type color that would stand out. With an infusion of fine Quarter Horse and Appaloosa bloodlines, the modern POA measures up to 14 hands, and looks and moves like their larger counterparts.

  • United States Eventing Association

    United States Eventing Association

    The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization committed to providing eventing enthusiasts with a competitive level suited to their individual skills. These competitions combine the disciplines of dressage, cross-country, and show jumping. Through qualified competitions and clinics, the USEA provides a means for all riders, regardless of age or ability, to experience the thrill of eventing.

  • United States Hunter Jumper Association

    United States Hunter Jumper Association

    As the official hunter/jumper affiliate of the United States Equestrian Federation, the United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) is a competition-based sport organization that serves its members through educational programs, awards and recognition, communication, and rules. The Hunter/Jumper sport is made up of two disciplines: Hunter and Jumper, also known as Show Jumping.

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  • Updated: 3/19/2020: 2:05:41 PM ET