Known active pleasure organizations.  If you would like your organization added to the list, please contact me.

The mission of the Standardbred Pleasure Horse Organization of Maine is to encourage promotion of the Standardbred for pleasure riding and driving. SPHO-ME serves its membership by supporting programs that further the responsible ownership of Standardbreds, and encourages the use of these horses for non-racing purposes. We strive to educate the public about the breed’s natural athletic ability, versatility and level-headed temperament. Our events include horse shows, educational programs, clinics, trail rides, demonstrations, and the annual World of Horses equine performance show.

The SPHO-NJ is a non-profit organization founded to promote the Standardbred as a pleasure riding and driving horse by exposing the public to their performances through equine events. Whatever the discipline is, eventing, western pleasure, driving, hunter/jumper, trail riding or dressage, our mission is to let the public know that the Standardbred is a very versatile breed.

Holds the Standardbred National Show annually in August. 

The mission of SPHO of Ohio is to promote and educate the general public about the Standardbred breed as a versatile and useful pleasure horse before, during, and after any racing career.  SPHO members participate in numerous activities - including trail rides, parades, clinics, breed demonstrations and much, much more!

To promote the Standardbred by showing how versatile they are. To demonstrate to the public through various activities what great riding and driving partners they can be after their racing careers are over.

They host the Standardbred World Show annually in October.

We are the official site of RUS NY, an  organization that helps organize and promote under saddle races for Standardbreds across the state of New York.  Our main goal is to promote Racing Under Saddle and the versatility of the Standardbred breed as both a racing and a riding horse and to help Standardbreds find great homes after they finish their days on the track. 

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