One of the steps that the Michigan Horse Council is taking to invest in the future of the Michigan horse industry is to hire on a part-time administrator who will assist with membership, event planning, meetings, promotions and networking.
Tammy Tyler’s roots run deep within the Michigan Horse Council and the Michigan Horse Expo. Tammy has grown up in the equine and western industries through her family’s 55 year old business, Tom’s Western Store located in Ovid, Mi. Tammy has been active in the show industry through the MQHA, CMHA, LMHA, MIHA, 4H and open show circuits herself as well as her daughter, Kaitlyn. Tammy has been a MIHA coach and a 4H leader.
Most recently she just completed three dedicated years at Michigan High School Rodeo competitions where her daughter has competed at the state and national levels. Developing and enriching equine organizations is a skill set Tammy has learned from her parents, Tom and Sharon Tyler, who were founding members of the Michigan Horse Council and Expo.
Carrying on the torch as the Michigan Horse Council Administrator is an honor for Tammy as she partners with our Michigan equine leaders, associations and competitors throughout the state and nationally. Michigan has a strong equine community and Tammy is here to help you be a part of the Michigan Horse Council!