Jackson County Horseman's Association
Jackson County Horseman's Association was formed in 1963 with the focus on group riding in Southern Oregon. Our aim is simple – let’s ride together and enjoy our animals and the outdoors!
JCHA activities for the members include trail ride events, monthly meetings, potlucks, interesting programs, play days, clinics, camp-outs and community service projects.
General meetings of JCHA are held the second Wednesday of the month (no August meeting) at the I.O.O.F. Hall in Central Point beginning at 7:00pm. Doors open at 6:30pm for socializing and refreshments which are provided by the members. Meetings usually run about one hour long.
A monthly newsletter is published about a week after the general meeting. It includes monthly events and information. We encourage you to submit articles of interest to the membership. You may also submit classified ads.
A seven person Board of Directors governs JCHA. The current directors are listed on the contact page. Do not hesitate to e-mail if you have a question.
Joining JCHA Is Easy!
Membership to Jackson County Horseman's Association is on a yearly basis. Membership dues are payable between January 1 and the February meeting.
Dues are NOT prorated, but if you join after September 1st then your membership is valid through December of the following year.
Membership privileges include our monthly newsletter, access to the "Member's Only" section of this website and access to all club events.
Annual Membership fees :
Family Membership - $40.00 (includes 2 adults and minor children within the same household)
Single Adult Membership (18+ yrs)- $20.00
Junior Membership (9-17 yrs)- $15.00
Associate Membership - $20.00
Youth Sponsorship Program
Southern Oregon Youth 13-18 can apply for a portion of the annual $1,500 sponsorship fund from Jan 1st-April 1st each year. Download Application
RideJCHA Riding Awards Program - Log your hours in the saddle and earn awards.
Download Info & Enrollment Form
Current List of Awards
Earn double hours for riding in State and National Parks such as:
Illinois Rivers Fork State Park
~Junior Credit Program~
This program is to encourage and assist current JCHA junior members in attending & participating in JCHA events and activities. Juniors can earn credits to use in club events by helping at club activities, meetings, co-chairing events, helping other junior members and more... Click here for JCP info flyer & Log sheet.
1) Stallions and dogs are not allowed on any Club ride.
2) Riders under 18 are welcome when accompanied by a responsible adult rider.
3) All children 17 years of age and younger will be required to wear a safety helmet while riding in any event or activity sponsored by the Club.
4) A current member must accompany guests on Club rides.
The Trail Safety and First Aid Manual was created by JCHA. It has useful information and safety tips. You are welcome to download and print!