Member Resources – Displays, Banners, Posters & Printed Materials

Trade Show and Booth Displays

Floor Standing BannerTable Top BannerBCHA Self Standing Displays

BCHA has three different banner displays available that State, Affiliates and Chapters may borrow to use at various shows and events. See size details below on each banner.

Please email ExecSecretary@bcha.org or call 1-888-893-5161 to request the use of the banners. She will arrange to ship the banners at no charge, however, you are responsible for the cost for return shipping to the BCHA office or shipping to the next location. There are two sizes, a full size, pull-up banners that are free standing, 33 inches wide and 80 inches tall. The smaller is a table top banner approximately 40 inches tall.

The approximate cost to ship is $37.00 (this may vary depending on ship location and method).

What a Horse Sees - HikerWhat A Horse sees - BikerIdaho BCH Bike Poster

These posters can be be made available to bike or hiking shops. Also included is a letter that Idaho BCH sent out with the poster. Change the letter to meet your needs. There are two sizes of posters, the smaller can be printed on 8 1/2 X 11 paper.

After you click on one of the poster, in the new window you may need to “Right Click” and select “Save As” to download the PDF in some Web windows if there is no visible download choice with in the poster window. If you are still unable to download the PDFs of the poster, a disk can be mailed to you. Please ask for a copy of the bike poster disk and send your name and mailing address to: ExecSecretary@bcha.org call 1-888-893-5161.

Tips for Day Riders

Here is a check list for riders going out on a Day Ride, Click to view or download the following PDF document, Trail Riders Check List for Day Rides

Other Print Materials & Videos

“Back Country Horsemen Guidebook”
BCHA National Newsletter
P. O. Box 1367
Graham, WA 98338-1367
“Equestrian Land Protection Guide”
Equestrian Land Conservation Resource – Book
“Gentle User” – Pocket Guide – Pamphlet
BCH California
P. O. Box 40007
Bakersfield, CA 93384-0007
“Ghost Riders… Leave No Trace” – Video
Friends of Banff National Park ($25 US)
Banff National Park
Box 900
Banff, AB, Canada T0L 0C0
“Horse Camping” (1981)
by George Hatley – The Dial Press
1 Dag Hammerskjold Plaza
New York, NY 10017
“Horse Packing In Pictures” (1975)
by Francis W. Davis
Charles Scribner’s Sons
New York
“Horse Sense, a Guide to Minimum
Impact Horse Packing” – Video ($31)
Back Country Horsemen of Idaho
P. O. Box 68
Kooskia, ID 83539
“Horse Sense on National Forest Pack Trips” – Pamphlet
USDA Forest Service Northern Region
P. O. Box 7669
Missoula, MT 59807
“Horses, Hitches & Rocky Trails”
by Joe Back
Johnson Publishing Co.
Boulder, CO 80302
“Leave No Trace” – Program, USFS
Intermountain Region Recreation Lands
Federal Office Bldg, 234 25th St
Ogden, UT 84401
“Leave No Trace Outdoor Skills & Ethics”
Back Country Horse Use
20325 Remount RD
Huson, MT 59846
“Low Impact Horse Camping” – Video
“Mountain Manners” – Video
Idaho Back Country Horsemen
HC 66, Box 248
Kooskia, ID 83536
“Manual of Pack Transportation”
1916 Revision by Quail Ranch
Books 2210 Wilshire Blvd., Ste 573
Santa Monica, CA 9040
“Mountain Manners” – Booklet
Montana Back Country Horsemen
P. O. Box 5431
Helena, MT 59604
“Packing and Outfitting Field Manual”
by O. Hill
University of Wyoming Bulletin Room
P. O. Box 3313
Laramie, WY 82071
“Packing In on Mules and Horses” – book
by Smoke Elser and Bill Brown
2016 Strand Avenue
Missoula, MT 59801
“Regional Forage Certification Program” – brochure
State of Wyoming, Dept of Agriculture
Cheyenne, WY 82002-0100
Techniques and Equipment for Wilderness Horse
Travel – Booklet and Video
USFS – Regional Offices
Tread Lightly Crew – Pamphlet
Trail Etiquette & Courtesy – Pamphlet
Back Country Horsemen of Wash – Brochure
Back Country Horsemen of Washington
110 W 6th Ave PMB 393
Ellensburg WA 98926
Veterinary Medicine for Back Country Horsemen – Booklet
Kern Sierra Unit, BCH California
P. O. Box 11095
Bakersfield, CA 93389-1095