NDApHC BOD  

Crystal Gandrud (11)
Bismarck, ND 58503
701-221-9173
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Bill Cook (11)
New Salem, ND 58563
701-843-7156
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Kevin McCullough (12)
Hope, ND 58046
701-
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Holly Johnson (12)
Walhalla, ND 58282
701-549-3416
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Tracy Dalsted (13)
Emerado, ND 58228
701-217-0497
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NDApHC Officers

President:
Stephanie Johnson (13)
RR2 Box 54A
Luverne, ND 58056
701-945-2638
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Vice President:
Sherri Engkvist (11)
Esmond, ND 58332
701-249-3242
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Secretary/Newsletters:
Lisa Feldner
2451 - 162 Ave NW
Bismarck , ND 58503
701-222-3359
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Treasurer:
Jeanette Cook
3834 - 41 Street
New Salem, ND 58563
701-843-7156
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The North Dakota Appaloosa Horse Club is a non-profit club dedicated to the advancement and improvement of the Appaloosa breed. The club sponsors Appaloosa shows, trail rides, and get-togethers each year. Members strive to maintain a fun and friendly atmosphere in all their activities. Come join us and you'll have fun too!
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POSITION ON ANIMAL WELFARE
The National Right Start-All Breed Challenge and The North Dakota Appaloosa Horse Club are committed to the humane and proper treatment of all animals. In this respect: The welfare of the
horse is the primary consideration in all activities.
• Horses will be treated with kindness, respect and compassion at all times.
• Responsible care will be used by all parties in handling, treatment and transportation of horses.
• Horsemen and women as owners, exhibitors or trainers will ensure the health and well being of animals in their care at all times.
The standard by which conduct or treatment will be measured is that which a reasonable person informed and experienced in generally accepted animal husbandry standard and equine care, training and exhibition procedure would determine to be neither cruel, abusive nor inhumane. Based on our beleifs and principles, we will encourage any affliation to enforce strict rules to ensure ethical competition and humane treatment of all horses. We support the development of procedures that assure equity, fairness, safety, health and welfare for participants.