Betty Miller Jones
P.O. Box 251
Kingston, AR 72742
Phone & Fax 479-665-AREF (479-665-2733)
It is the mission of Arkansas Horse
Council, Inc. to act as spokesman for all Arkansas horse-people.
AHC works to stay abreast of all legislative matters
concerning the equine industry in our state. The AHC's
membership in the The United Organizations of the Horse ensures that our
interests are protected in
Washington DC on issues affecting all horse-people.
Education & research
AHC cooperates with the
Arkansas Livestock & Poultry
Commission, and the University of
Arkansas Extension Service to improve our horsemanship programs
and to keep our health laws intact and in-force.
AHC honors the outstanding
horse-people in the state who show exemplary standards in their
particular fields, whether amateur or professional.
AHC volunteers constantly monitor
property rights, trail endangerment, animal welfare issues, disease
outbreaks, endangered species, pollution control, ecology, horse
theft & all issues affecting horse-people.
The AHC staff networks nationwide to
provide up-to-date data on activities of other state equine
councils, i.e., employment, vacation opportunities, health issues,
trade shows & expos.
Promotion of Events
AHC provides assistance to any equine
related event or activity when requested; promotional supplies &
EIA / Coggins Test
& Certification Clinics
The Arkansas Horse Council is
mandated by law to have a supervisory position in this
Betty Jones devised and implemented this program for the state
and it is now taught by the Lewis Wray of the Arkansas
Department of Livestock and Poultry.
Contact the AL&P for
more information on times and places for certification Clinics.
Also, to report any suspected case of non-compliance call
(501) 902-2400 and ask for the compliance officer.
Reporters may remain anonymous.