WHC Board of Directors

Director, Distance Riding Association of Wisconsin: Katie Bachhuber

Katie Bachhuber


Director, Cowgirls for Agriculture Sports Education, Inc.: Patti Brockman

 

Director, District 3: Linda Ernsberger

 

Director, Equestrian Friends of Governor Knowles State Forest: Jesse Shaddrick

 

Director, Menomonee Falls Saddle Club, Inc.: Kristina Michels


Director, District 1: Chris Nelson


Director, Kin Krest Saddle Club: Nancy Edwards

Nancy Edwards


Director, Horsey Habit Saddlery & Tack, Inc.: Michelle Endries


Director, Rock County Multi Use Trail Group: Jill Feller


Director, Wisconsin Pinto Horse Association: Tina Langness

Tina Langness is a World Champion Exhibitor, Trainer, Coach, and Judge. She has been involved in the horse business for over 40 years.

Tina’s accomplishments include over 145 PtHA, ApHC, NSBA, ABRA and APHA World and Reserve World Champions, as well as Honor Roll, Futurity, & Stakes Champions.

She has been coined a “Top Trainer” and specializes in coaching all-around youth and amateur competitors.

Tina is a certified and carded Judge, an AQHA, APHA, PtHA, and PHBA Professional Horseman as well as an APHA Certified Clinician and Pro Horseman Ambassador.  She has presented clinics in the United States and internationally.
Tina holds judging cards in NSBA, PtHA, PHBA, IBHA, ASHA, POAC, NASMDA, IHSA, MN & WI 4-H, WSCA, WHC, and State of Wisconsin County Ag and District Fairs.

She is the 2016 Pinto Horse Association Horsewoman of the Year and Hall of Fame Inductee.

Tina is the Vice Chair of the PtHA Show and Contest Committee, and is the President of the Wisconsin Pinto Horse Association.  She is a WSCA Judge’s Code of Ethics and Animal Welfare Committee member.

She is affiliated with many equine associations including PtHA, APHA, AQHA, USEF, WDAA, ApHC, PHBA, NSBA, IHSA, POAC, IBHA, AMHA, WSCA, AHSA, IPHC, MPHA, ARHA, ABRA, NRCHA, WHC, Minnesota & Wisconsin    4-H and FFA.

Tina is active in her community and the equine industry committing her time as a clinician and judge all over the country.  She volunteers her time to many State 4-H & FFA organizations providing educational clinics and lessons.

She has been a Registered Nurse since 1997. She involves herself with community nursing and provides service to events needing on-site licensed professional observation, emergency care and education. She attributes her keen ability in animal care to her nursing education and background.

Tina is a state and national contributor to numerous professional educational equine articles.
She has been featured and published in many publications including, the American Paint Horse Journal, APHA Chrome, Equine Chronicle, InStride Edition, Equestrian Style Magazine, Paint Horse Connection, Country Today, Horse Power, Hunt Seat Horses.Com, New Richmond News, The Judge’s Choice, Midwest Stallion Directory, Cornerstone Blog, and HorseShowJudges.com.  
She has also been featured on the Discovery Channel’s “Animal Planet”, discussing the benefits of eye tattooing to decrease the prevalence of optic squamous cell carcinoma in equines.

She was born in Ames, Iowa and now resides in New Richmond, Wisconsin.  She has been blessed with 27 years of marriage to her husband Dave.  Dave has worked in the construction industry for over 30 years and continues to do so.  Together the two own and manage a 40-acre full spectrum training facility only 40 minutes from the Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN area.

Tina’s hobbies include jewelry making, enjoying nature, spending time with friends and family, and boasting the many talents of her miniature dachshunds. 
She invites visitors to stay and take in the breathtaking scenery of the vast rolling hills, lakes, and rivers, as well as the wildlife and recreation Wisconsin offers.


Director, District 4: Floyd Finney

Floyd Finney


Director, District 5: Cheryl Norman


Director, Black Hawk Hill Horse Park, Inc.: Shaughn Novy


Director, Midwest Draft Horse Enthusiasts: Karla Gay

 


Director, Wisconsin Arabian Horse Association: Melanie Erce

 


Director, Wisconsin Morgan Horse Club, Inc.: James Harris


Director, Wisconsin Pony of the Americas Club: Lori Helmer

Lori Helmer


Director, District 5: Pat Jenkins


Director, Wisconsin Walking Horse Association: Kricket Jewett


Director, District 4: Mike Kroll

Mike Kroll


Director, Lake Shore Region Pony Club: Heather Kuenzi


Director, Wisconsin Draft Horse Association: Nancy La Crosse


Director, Wisconsin High School Rodeo Association: Lila Lemanski


Director, Pat's Chaps: Pat Miller

Pat Miller


Director, Wisconsin Quarter Horse Association: Ron Miller

Ron Miller


Director, Wisconsin Large Animal Emergency Response: Anne Murphy


Director, Southern Kettle Moraine Horse Trail Association: Amy Muth


Director, Legacy: Joe Parr


Director, Legacy: Jan Pieper

Jan Pieper


Director, Wisconsin 4-H Horse Association: RaymaLea Geb


Director, Dodge County Horsemen's Association: Diane Sackett


Director, Legacy: Lee Sackett

Lee Sackett


Director, Midwest TrailGaiters: Gail Seasor

Gail Seasor


Director, Wisconsin Dressage & Combined Training Association: Carol McKinnon


Director, Lo Bar Ranch, LLC: Dana Sechler


Director, Lo Bar Ranch Show Team, LLC: Logan Sechler


Director, District 3: Bonnie Shepherd


Director, Dairyland Driving Club: James Slovik


Director, Steers Tack: Scott Steers


Director, Horse & Ranch Supply: Jennifer Juliuson


Director, Underdown Horse Club, Inc.: Becky Toschner


Director, Upper Midwest Endurance & Competitive Rides Association: Carol Wagner


Director, Wisconsin Interscholastic Horsemanship Association: Cara Schueller


Director, Jefferson County Draft Horse Association: Jason Yohn


Director, District 1: Sarah Rank


Director, Wisconsin Buckskin Horse Association: Laura Jagdfeld

Laura Jagdfeld is the director representing Wisconsin Buckskin Horse Association (WBHA), organized in 1972. WBHA is a non-profit club dedicated to the advancement of the Buckskin Horse and its members within the state of Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Buckskin Horse Association is a charter of the International Buckskin Horse Association, a color registry for buckskin, dun and grulla horses. The International Buckskin Horse Association was incorporated in 1971 to meet the needs and desires of buckskin owners throughout the world. IBHA operates on a worldwide basis with registered horses in fifteen countries as well as the US.

WBHA offers three show weeks per year with shows being held in Jefferson. The shows offer a full slate of IBHA classes for Open, Youth, Amateur, Miniature and Ranch exhibitors. All breed classes are also offered at WBHA shows allowing a wider group of exhibitors to come and show with WBHA. Year end awards are offered for all classes/exhibitors and we encourage people to join WBHA and nominate for our year end awards.

WBHA strives to be a family oriented association that is welcoming to all exhibitors through offering classes for everyone while promoting and furthering the horse industry within Wisconsin.

We invite everyone to come and join the fun! If you’d like more information on Wisconsin Buckskin Horse Association visit their website at www.wibuckskin.org or find them on Facebook! Laura would be happy to answer any questions you might have on WBHA as well.

Director, District 2: Richelle Beene



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