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HOW TO SIGN UP: If you would like to sign up for the Region 1 Conference hosted by Canyonview, click the button below to download the registration form. Please mail Katelan your registration form with payment to reserve your spot (mailing address in on the registration form. PLEASE READ FORM CAREFULLY.

A $25 fee will be applied to all registrations mailed in after February 1st. 

Please make checks out to: Canyonview Equestrian Center

For questions about registration please contact:

Our office at 971-239-1347, email


Overnight Rates (include lodging and all meals):

  • $230: Presenter/Student Rate - AFTER FEBRUARY 1- $255.00

  • $250: Member Rate - AFTER FEBRUARY 1- $275.00

  • $260: Non-Member Rate - AFTER FEBRUARY 1- $285.00

    (If you would like to bring an RV or Trailer, please contact our main office for availability. Limited space.)

Commuter Rate (include meals, but no lodging):

  • $170: Commuter Rate (NO LODGING) AFTER FEBRUARY 1 - $195.00

Day Rates (includes meals, but no lodging): 

  • $60: Thursday

  • $75: Friday

  • $75: Saturday

  • $65: Sunday

Payment Information: Payment in full is preferred, but a minimum payment of $50 (non-refundable deposit) is required when registering. All registration fees must be paid by February 19th or a $10 late fee will be applied. A $25 fee will be applied to all registrations mailed in after February 1st. 

Please make checks out to: Canyonview Equestrian Center


Each year Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) hosts both international, and regional conferences all across the US and Canada. The purpose is to provide an educational resource for  CHA certified instructors. It's an opportunity to gain the continuing education required to maintain certification.

Conferences are designed to educate instructors, but are also a great resource for the public. If you like horses, this is one of the best ways to learn about a wide variety of horse related topics from top notch clinicians, instructors, farriers, vets, and other equine professionals.  One of the great things about attending is that you can tailor your experience by attending classes that interest you.  If you are new to CHA or the regional conference we encourage you to take part in an event. 

The Region 1 Director Triad is partnering with the staff of Canyonview to actively plan the 2018 CHA Region 1 Conference to be truly incredible. As soon as the schedule is solidified it will be made public. For a general overview, please see the 2017 conference schedule ( that was hosted at Warm Beach Camp this past spring, as an example of what you can expect from a Region 1 Conference. There will be similar type classes and similar schedule, but each year is definitely a one of a kind experience. 



To promote excellence in safety and education for the benefit of the entire horse industry. This is accomplished by certifying instructors, accrediting equine facilities and publishing educational resources.



Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA)  is a nationwide program aimed at standardizing riding instruction. The program is designed to teach both English and Western riding from beginner to advanced riders. The CHA program is available in summer camps, schools and stables throughout the country, teaching all aspects of excellence in horsemanship. Membership fees entitle use of CHA Riding Instruction Manuals and make available awards and certificates for  riding skills. The purpose of this CHA clinic is to evaluate the participant’s teaching ability; not an emphasis on learning how to teach. All who meet certification standards will receive an Instructor’s Certification.


CHA Region 1 is known for an incredible Silent Auction of tack, apparel, decor, books, DVDs, teaching tools, and so much more. A portion of the proceeds funds our CHA Region 1 Scholarship Fund. You can find the scholarship form under the conference tab on website. 

PETS: No pets allowed (only service dogs are permitted). 


For more information about CHA, please check out their website.


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