Creating a unified voice to protect, preserve, and promote Delaware’s equine industry through leadership, service, and education
2020 Directory Now Available and Searchable On the Web Site!
Go to the Interactive Directory
Welcome to the Delaware Equine Council – your connection to Delaware’s horse industry! We are an all-breed,
all-discipline volunteer organization managed by a Board of Directors. The DEC actively promotes and enhances
all things equine in Delaware.
The goals of the DEC include:
We are glad you are here and we welcome your input into any facet of the DEC and its endeavors. Please consider
volunteering for one of our many committees.
The Delaware Equine Industry Directory is published each year by the Delaware Equine Council.
This book contains over 75 pages of useful information about the equine industry in Delaware.
Any equine related industry, business or organization that wishes can be listed and indexed in
any of the fifty categories from Adoption to Veterinarian. Contact information for almost 30
non-profit organizations from the American Driving Society to the Wicomico Hunt is also included.
The Delaware Equine Council is accepting business listings and advertisements for the 2022 directory.
Get Your Business or Organization into the 2022 DEC Industry Directory!
Submit your information and/or buy an ad.
Take two young women with a passion for the iconic American Mustang, looking for a grand adventure,
add 4 American Mustangs along with a curious wild born molly Mulestang and you have the ingredients
for the “Mustang Discovery Ride”. Riders, Hannah Catalino and Lisanne Fear, will cover 12 states taking
12 months, with the assistance of their support crew. Starting in Delaware in September and ending their
journey on the California coast next year.
See pictures of the event
View Event Flyer
View Press Release
DEC Emergency Equine Assistance Program is a payment program designed to assist horse/equine owners who demonstrate financial need with the cost of hay,
feed or veterinary services for their equines. Payments will be to the feed/hay suppliers or veterinarians to cover actual, documented out-of-pocket expenses
incurred by the horse/equine owner.
More about the Emergency Assistance Program
Delaware Equine Council
Pictures of our members and events.
The Delaware Equine Council publishes a newsletter six times a year. This is distributed all over the state and is available on line.