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Panhandle Back Country Horsemen Inc.
is a non-profit organization dedicated to perpetuating the common sense use and enjoyment of horses in America’s backcountry and wilderness.

We work to insure that public lands remain open to recreational stock use and assist the various government and private agencies in their maintenance and management of those resources. Please come join us.

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Back Country Horsemen


PO Box 1903
Hayden ID 83835

"Since 1984"

Tom Knoll
President, 2024

The Preserving our Equine Heritage on Public Land Act, S. 2283, [previously referred to as the Right-to-Ride bill] would preserve the use and access of pack and saddle stock animals on public land administered by the National Park Service, and Bureau of Land Management, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, or the Forest Service on which there is a historical tradition of the use of pack and saddle stock animals. It was introduced by Senator Crapo, November 7, 2007.

You can read the bill and contact Congress through the Back Country Horsemen of Idaho's Issues page. You can also read Back Country Horsemen of America's "Why We Need the Right-to-Ride Protection".

Learn about the Back Country Horsemen of Idaho Foundation .

Our monthly general membership meetings are held at the church at 6360 4th St. in Dalton Garden. We socialize at 6:30 pm with the meeting starting at 7:00 pm.

During the months of April through September, we meet on the third Wednesday evening of each month. We switch to the third Saturday evening for the months of October through March ... same starting time. Please, drop in anytime.



Here's what you'll find when you visit these pages:

**Chapter Information contains:

Our monthly Newsletter, which gives you the latest information about completed projects, meeting minutes, upcoming meetings and more information on future projects and/or rides.

Membership Information and a printable application form to join our PBCH organization, as well as a
list of officers and directors and Contact information. We're glad to answer any questions you have.

There is a list of our Sponsors and information on becoming a Sponsor. Please continue to support them as they believe in our mission and support the Back Country Horsemen.

PBCH History, giving you more insight to the areas we ride and past projects.

**Calendar includes a list of scheduled events and activities planned by the chapter up to the end of the year.
**Links page includes other Back Country Horsemen chapters and a variety of other sites of interest.
**Visit our Photo Gallery to see and read about some of our past events and activities.



"One who works with hands alone is a Laborer
One who works with hands and head is a Craftsman
One who works with hands, head and heart is a
Back Country Horseman."


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