About Us

The Marin Horse Council (MHC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation serving to promote equestrian activities in Marin County. We are a coalition of horse oriented individuals, groups, businesses, and professionals. 

Annual Meeting of Members will be held the 3rd Saturday of January -- January 18, 2019 at our regular meeting location, 10:00-12:00. Please join us, and in order to vote please make sure your 2019 Membership is up to date! Follow this link to Renew Now

Our regular meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at 72 Kensington Rd, San Anselmo Meeting Room inside the First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo.

Following are this year's scheduled dates:

January 8
February 12
March 12
April 9
May 14
June 11
July 30
September 10
October 8
November 12
December 10

To get information about the topics that will be discussed, visit our Calendar

To add an item to the agenda, please send an email to [email protected].



Board of Directors:

  • Rick Holland, President

  • Amory Willis, Vice President & Trail Partners

  • Carolyn Gold, Secretary

  • Brad Silen, Treasurer

  • Joe Ehrmann, Ride Coordinator

  • Constanza Perry, Board Member

  • Peggy Murrin, Board Member

  • Linda Hevern, Board Member

  • Kim O'Brien, Board Member

  • Sonja Bailey, Board Member

  • Jessica Lashbrook, Board Member

  • Clare Long, Board Member

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Our Goals

The Marin Horse Council is dedicated to preserving the historic culture, supporting the presence and ensuring the future of equestrians, horses and horse facilities throughout Marin County. The council strives to promote and protect the general welfare of equestrians and equines through our educational seminars, newsletters and community involvement which includes the representation of all Marin horse people before municipal, county, and state agencies in matters of political interest important to equestrians, especially animal welfare, open space and land usage issues. Always eager to share the joy of horses, we also engage in community outreach with the goal of introducing the Marin horse community to others.