Our Vision

The CHAPS believe that horses and the disappearing natural world in which they thrive are necessary for healthy communities. Historically, horses have been essential to life in the United States for transportation, work, recreation, and encouraging connections to nature. In San Mateo County, examples of this heritage can be found at Folger Stable, The Woodside Store and Jack Brook Horse Camp. The CHAPS seek to recognize the continuing contribution of the horse by supporting the development and maintenance of equestrian facilities and activities in the County.

CHAPS board members are all passionate about preserving the horse heritage in San Mateo County. They bring a range of expertise to the group from equestrian ownership and barn management to building expertise.

 

Board

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Advisory Board

M. Fentress Hall

Rick Rizzoli

 

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