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The Anchorage Horse Council is well under way with exciting 2016 equine adventures.  From dressage to western pleasure, we welcome you to the William Clark Chamberlain Equestrian Center.
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07/22/2016 3:05PM McHugh Creek Fire: No evacuations have occurred, due to favorable weather conditions, the fire is 7% contained.  No evacuation of the Potters Valley and Rainbow Subdivisions are expected.  Community meeting is being held this evening at South High School. 
07/21/2016 9:37AM McHugh Creek Fire: Sources for up to date fire/evacuation information for Potter Valley and Rainbow Subdivision: Watch for Nixle updates, listen to KFQD 750 AM or 103.7 FM, and the Emergency Conditions Information Line can be listened to by dialing 907-343-4701. No evacuations have been ordered at this time. Community meeting was held last night at South High School and can be watched on KTVA's FB page.
07/20/2016 9:30am - McHugh Creek Fire:  Currently the Seward Highway has been opened for traffic traveling both directions.  No evacuations at this time.  Go to "" "" or local news agencies for updates
07/19/2016 3:50PM -McHugh Creek Fire:   The Anchorage Horse Council is staying apprised of the McHugh Creek fire. The center is an evacuation spot for livestock in the hillside area. In the event your livestock needs to be stalled due to the fire, please contact us. Office hours are daily Mon-Fri with on call staff for the summer. Additionally, board members can be contacted for further information. As of today, no evacuations have been ordered, hopefully the fire will be contained and put out soon.
July:  Please be bear aware!  There are several bear families throughout the South Anchorage area and seen within the vicinity of the center.  Be aware of your surroundings and enjoy!  
William Clark Chamberlain Equestrian Center is conveniently located in South Anchorage and accessible via many trails and road access.  The center is home to various equine events from spring until fall.  If you are looking for a great location to hold a clinic, fundraiser, or special event, consider WCCEC!  


It's a good time to schedule an appointment with your vet for Coggins (EIA's), Vaccinations and any needed dental work!.  
We still have the Adopt a Stall Program 
Get your Form by Clicking Documents
The Event Calendar is filling up!
Contact Deanna Quinn to schedule your event
scheduling (at) or 907-830-4000
We need to have completed Facility Use Applications and Agreements with your deposit, to reserve your requested dates. 
Please remember to have your Certificate of Insurance list:
 Anchorage Horse Council AND Municipality of Anchorage
as "Additional Insureds".

Equestrian Center Features 
  • 300+ acres  ~ 5 neatly groomed arenas ~ 116 roomy stalls ~ Miles of marked trails  ~ Porta-potties
Affordable Membership
 $125 Individual ~ $250 per Family

The Anchorage Horse Council, which manages the WCCEC, is committed to more involvement from members and to facility upgrades throughout the year. We need your participation to make this happen!!



The WCCEC operates on a thin margin. Our continued operation hinges on generating adequate revenue to maintain the WCCEC in good, safe condition, as well as upgrading the facilities over time.  A membership or day use fee is required to use the grounds. 

Changes were made to the Rules and Regulations in 2015, please make sure you read all membership material to stay informed. 

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Feel free to send messages to the board via email or FB, or call if you have questions
  ***Please remember that board members will be actively checking riders, trainers, and other persons on premises throughout the year for proper membership.  WCCEC functions on a very limited budget.  It is very important for all users to be cognizant of this and be patient if asked for proof of membership. Additionally, proper membership keeps the community informed of changes, insures compliance with coggins, and assists AHC; not just financially.***

The Anchorage Horse Council is a 501(c)(3) membership organization, independently operated without federal, state or city funding - with the sole obligation to manage and provide public access to the William Clark Chamberlin Equestrian Center on behalf of the Anchorage Municipality.