AHC President, Julie Broadway, to Serve on International Advisory Board 

CThe American Horse Council is pleased to announce that President Julie Broadway has been added to the Advisory Board of EUNetHorse.

EUNetHorse is an international group that is researching ways to improve the resilience and performance of horse farms in Europe. Eleven countries including Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, and the United States will share their experiences and insights on important issues such as:

  • Climate change and resource management
  • Animal welfare
  • Sanitary crisis
  • Social and economic crisis

“It’s an honor to be asked to represent the United States and to serve with leaders from across Europe on this important issue,” states Broadway. “I look forward to our collaboration and the development of ideas and solutions that could benefit everyone.”

Broadway has over 30 years of leadership experience in both for-profit and non-profit sectors. She’s a lifelong horse enthusiast ranging from recreational rider to breeder and show competitor. In her years in the equine industry, she has built a network of partners and colleagues to draw from on issues such as those EUNetHorse is seeking to address. She also has strong contacts across the livestock, animal, sports, and association spaces. She has led and volunteered on numerous nonprofit boards and is a past president of PATH International and is currently on the group’s Credentialling Council. She was named President of the American Horse Council in 2016, where she leads the group’s mission to advocate for the social, economic, and legislative interests of the equine industry in the United States.

EUNetHorse is funded by Horizon Europe (a research program of the European Union Commission) and will focus on the transfer of knowledge over a four-year period through several workshops, leading to a series of factsheets, video and tools.

About the American Horse Council
As the national association representing all segments of the horse industry in Washington, D.C., the American Horse Council works daily to represent equine interests and opportunities.

Contact: Megan Arszman
American Horse Council
Phone: 202-296-4031
Email: media@horsecouncil.org