Supporting the Equine Community Since 1981

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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.


Photo Book:

Memories of Amanda, Stewart Horse Camp, and Point Reyes National Seashore

As most of you probably know, Amanda Stewart retired from running the Stewart Horse Camp last fall. The Marin Horse Council sponsored the creation of a "Thank You" photo album. People have reached out to us and asked if they can purchase a copy. We now have them available for you. The album contains pictures and stories about the Stewart family, the horse camp, and Point Reyes National Seashore contributed by long time friends of the Stewart family and long time campers at the horse camp. One of the stories start out, "I first met Amanda when she was four or five years old." All the camp out stories and pictures are great. You can purchase this album by following the instructions below. The book will be mailed to your home. You can also take a sneak peak at it below.

Cost: $55 Donation (includes shipping)

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If you have questions please email us at: [email protected]