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Texas is a big state, and sometimes it's hard for horse enthusiasts to find equine professionals, businesses or events. The Texas Horse Help mobile app was created as a free service to the Texas horse community, and provides an outlet for people to connect, and stay informed in a format that is not breed, discipline or experience specific. Scroll down to learn more about the app features.

Find Professionals

View all different types of equine services in Texas and specifically in your location using the Find Professionals feature. Pins can also be separated by category using the black bar at the top of the screen. View competition venues, veterinarians, farriers, retail locations, lessons & training, breeders, and specialty services such as photographers, and event coordinators. Simply touch a pin for business information, driving directions and more.

Find Professionals Map View
Find Professionals List View

Search for a specific type of service using the search box in the list view. For example searching "reining" will bring up professionals who have used that keyword in their business description. Or simply scroll through the list and view the amazing equine professionals in our state.

Find Events

Use this feature to get a calendar of events across the state including clinics, horse shows, speed events, 4-H contests and more. Select an event to get details, driving directions, and even add it to your calendar!

Event list and Event Detail examples

Have an event or business to add?

New additions are welcome! Simply click on the Menu button in the home screen and use the in app forms to submit your business or event information for FREE. Or use the web submission forms here:

This is a FREE service. Please allow two business days for your submission to appear in the app.

Find Extension

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is a unique education agency with a statewide network of professional educators, trained volunteers, and county offices. It reaches into every Texas county to address local priority needs. Have a specific question or want to get involved in your local Ag community? Contact your county extension office!

Resources and Education

All of the AgriLife Horse Educational materials are at your fingertips. View the YouTube video library, read informational articles, or register for an online course. Check back often for new and updated materials!

Two online horse judging courses are available. The Archives course is FREE and designed to be a source of information for the beginner judge. The second course, Online Horse Judging, has an extensive library of practice videos that include official placings, cuts and reasons. New material is added continuously and is now presented in HD video!
This is a 12 part video series designed to teach basic training principles for the young stock horse prospect.

4-H Horse Project

4-H is the largest youth development program in Texas with more than 550,000 youth involved each year. Learn and grow in the horse project through horse judging, showing, quiz bowl, skillathon, public speaking and more. Or become a volunteer and help grow the horse industry professionals of the future. Contact your county extension office to find out about 4-H clubs in your area and keep track of 4-H opportunities within the app!

State 4-H Horse Show

About Us

The mission of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Horse Program is to support the Texas equine industry by fostering connections and encouraging best management practices through educational outreach. This app was created to bring this effort to the fingertips of horse enthusiasts. We hope you enjoy this free resource.

Jennifer Zoller, PhD - Horse Specialist; Chelsie Huseman, MS - Horse Program Specialist; Elizabeth Ennis, BS - Graduate Assistant

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Created with images by lucaar - "White horse of Camargue" • Olha Rohulya - "foal silhouette on pasture in fog"

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