Welcome to the exciting world of the Drum Horse! This new breed of horse has come thundering out of the history books and into reality across the world. First used by the Queen of England in her ceremonial Band of the Life Guards. The Drum Horse carries the heavy kettle drums during parades and other pageantry.

Today, the Drum Horse is proving to be the ultimate heavy riding horse. A talented athlete, the Drum Horse can excel in many disciplines. Browse through this site and see what all the excitement is about…

The International Drum Horse Association is the sole registry dedicated to promoting and preserving the Drum Horse World wide.

One Breed, One Standard, One Registry

International Drum Horse Association
6700 Kuykendall Rd.
Bellville, TX 77418
832 558-1630
IDHADrumHorse@yahoo.com

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As of January 1st, 2017: All IDHA Drum Horses, which are born on or after 1/1/2017, must be registered before their first birthday for standard registration price. Each year after their first birthday, registration price will double for each year that they are unregistered. This will insure timely registration of foals, proper transfer of ownership and proper naming.

Effective Immediately: You may only use a prefix when registering a horse if you are the breeder of that horse.

 


"Work-Study student Sami Conrad working with 6 month old Drum filly, Chestnut Oak's Morgan." Thanks for sharing Wendy Lauver Rager! ... See MoreSee Less

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ATTENTION: The Website is back up and running! Thank you for your patience! ... See MoreSee Less

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This Week's Whicker Wednesday horse is: A blast from the PAST!

Here is 2008 F1 Drum Gelding Chestnut Oak’s Rhythmic March as a foal. He is also pictured with his Shire Dam Zena. Photo by Wendy Rager
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This Week's Whicker Wednesday horse was: 2013 Blue Blagdon Drum Gelding, Chestnut Oak’s Zena’s Trick. He was born on April Fools Day and was bred by Chestnut Oak Farm. Photo by Wendy Rager. ... See MoreSee Less

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This Week's Whicker Wednesday horse is: Caspian, son of Alexander the Great PRR and Alexandria. He was bred by Horse Feathers Farm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Calling all IDHA Members! Today is the FIRST day that the Members Only section of our site has went online. If you have already signed up, your account has been activated and you can now access that portion of the website. If you are a member, please take the time to make an account and check out these new features.

Not all of the pages are fully operational, but they will be in time. Make sure to check out the Breed Percentage Calculator and enter your horses in the Photo Contest.

Have a great weekend and HAPPY DRUMMING!
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This Week's Whicker Wednesday horse is: A two for one special!

Here is Mariah's Boon and one of his offspring (Georgia Boon Shine) meeting one another for the first time. These pictures were taken at a recent show (Perry, GA). It was a special moment for Georgia’s owner and we want to thank her for sharing it with us! We would love to see more special moments like this from our members. If you have pictures to share, do not forget to send them in. Have a great Wednesday!
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ADHA registered Drum Horse stallions.

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