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Payment Address
21 Wig Hill Road
ChesterCT   06412
Official / Street Address
435 Mainsfield City Road
StorrsCT   06268
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Association Contacts

President Stacey Stearns 860-377-6314  
Vice President Anita Hoynoski 413-568-0706  
Secretary Kristina Vine  
Treasurer Elisa Santee 860-455-0739  
Director Kevin Vine  
Director Rhona Mendrek  
Director Shannon Santoro 860-485-0314  
Director William A Filosi 860-599-1274  
Director Megan Thompson  
CMHS Johnna Chenail 860-961-8778  
CMHS Kristina Vine 2032650388  
Membership Kris Pollock  
Scholarship Kaitlin Stachowiak  

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1-866-HLP-CLUB (457-2582), or, if outside the US, (847) 255-0210
The Connecticut Morgan Horse Association, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the Morgan breed, preserving its history, marketing its versatility and enhancing its profile state wide. The organization is committed to appealing to all levels of involvement for its members and all levels of Morgan performance. 

The CMHA promotes educational activities, programs and events designed to enhance Morgan horse education, use and appreciation. In particular, youth involvement is stressed at all levels. By encouraging social activities and sharing mutual interests in the Morgan horse, its members gain a common bond which helps the organization accomplish its goals