NC Equine Passport Program

The Equine Passport Program (or Equine Event Permit) allows equine owners to travel with their animals to any of the program's 15 participating states for shows and festivals. To obtain a passport, owners submit passport applications, photos of their animals and a processing fee along with Interstate Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (ICVI) and negative Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) test results.

The passport is valid for:
Six (6) months from the date of issue or
Until the expiration of the horse's 12-month EIA test - also known as a Coggins - whichever comes first.

BRHA Members at Work

The members of BRHA enjoy camping at 375 acre campground, Anita-Alta.  There's always plenty of camping space at Anita-Alta!  We have high line posts and room for your own portable corrals.  Cool off in our creek that is accessable from many of the campsites.  We also offer a fishing pond (catch and release only), horseshoes, volleyball.  Pavilions are available for rent for your special event.

Our members pay an annual fee of $60 which helps support our facilities.  A parking fee of $3 is also collected from every vehicle.  This small charge is used for trail maintenance and development costs.

Members and guests gather monthly on the LAST Tuesday of the month in the meeting room (in the back supply room) of the Tractor Supply in Lenoir.  Socializing along with simple meal is available starting at 6pm for a donation.  Meeting starts at 6:30.

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Robin teaches about simple camping and what she carries in her saddle bags.

Holiday Fun

Labor Day 2015

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