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Why We Are Here

The equine industry has some truly dynamic aspects, such as size, mobility, amount of activity, diversity and impact. One of the key factors to the success and growth of the equine activity industry is that it is not dependent upon a public ticket sale. Due to these unique dimensions, The League was formed as more states and more local areas look to venture into the equine event industry. Our focus is with the equine activity and will remain in this field as we explore the mission of The League and try to help ourselves help you!

What We Do

Provide an annual symposium with expert speakers in the equine industry who present the newest innovations/information in the equine industry. Topics include:

    • Consulting Services
    • Footing
    • Waste management
    • Strategic planning
    • Marketing
    • Equine Facility Management
    • And much more

Provide two footing academies each year where facility managers/operators become certified in all aspects of arena footing.

Connect facilities across the US in order to share best practices, information, network, and refer business.

Assist new or renovating equine facilities by providing knowledge gathered from our members.

Partner with industry associations to keep our members up to date on the latest news, industry trends, and events.

Help students or others who are new to the industry learn about the industry.

Produce publications and manuals to continually educate all our members across the US.

Mission Statement

The League of Agricultural and Equine Centers is a recognized professional organization that supports and promotes management personnel and maintenance procedures at agricultural and equine facilities. We are a primary resource for industry education, networking and advocacy for our members.

A Word from A Member

I am the Business and Marketing Manager for the Georgia International Horse Park. I have participated in the League since 2004. Over the past years I have found the League has been an outstanding educational experience. While I am not necessarily hands on at our facility, I am always in the background studying numbers, examining ways to improve efficiency, searching for tools that will improve our staffs’ functionality and creative ways to serve our customers.

I feel very fortunate to have been afforded the opportunity to participate in League activities throughout the years. The League has not only provided relationships with a group of the best in the industry, it has encouraged me to challenge myself to step up and strive to be the best I can be at our facility. The Georgia International Horse Park, a City of Conyers, GA-owned facility, prides itself in putting our best foot forward at all times to serve our community. Through the League, I have a reference for just about any subject needed within the industry. From consulting to manure management, the League offers expertise. I have found the symposiums to be most informative and educational, always providing information I can reference when needed and bring back to share. The forums throughout the year are excellent ways to communicate with each other and stay up to date on issues we encounter regularly.

While this overview is brief, the amount of knowledge, expertise and professional relationships gained through the League are immeasurable. We have the opportunity to experience professional presentations and network among ourselves to share true experiences that we encounter daily within our respective facilities. Through the many organizations of which I have been a member throughout the years, I feel the League is by far the most advantageous.

M. Jil Goodson, CMEC

The League of Agricultural & Equine Centers

245 Morris Road

Aiken, South Carolina 29805


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