The Wisconsin Horseshoe Pitchers Association is a non-profit organization created solely for the promotion of organized horseshoe pitching in the State of Wisconsin. It is a charter of the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association, NHPA, and therefore governs itself by standards set by the NHPA. Annual fall and spring meetings of the WHPA are led by an elected executive board and joined by WHPA members to promote and develop the sport of horseshoe pitching. The WHPA executive board consists of a President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, 3rd Vice President and Secretary/Treasurer, each with their own duties and responsibilities to endorse the sport within the State.
Deansville Singles has been moved to Sept 30/31
Wisconsin Horseshoe Pitchers
Group email messaging
On eShoe, click on Player Search to renew membership, print membership card and under Details you can view Player Statistics for the past 12 months.
Also on Eshoe, you can click on Event Search to find a sanctioned tournament in Wisconsin or anywhere in the United States,
Each One Reach One Contest
We have started another Each One Reach One contest this year. For each new member you refer you get an entry into a drawing for 2 $25 prizes and 5 $10 prizes. A new member is anyone who has not been a WHPA member for the past 2 years. The drawing will be held at the fall meeting. Submit this entry form to any officer.
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Support our WI Juniors by donating to the:
WHPA JRS. SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Contact: Sonia Cook, 3rd VP
2023 World Tournament Lansing, Michigan
JULY 17-31 2023
The National Horseshoe Pitchers Foundation was formed as a charitable public foundation to raise funds necessary to build and maintain the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association Hall of Fame and Museum. The NHPF continues to solicit tax-deductable contributions to preserve the history, showcase the present and build the future of horseshoe pitching, through grants and educational programs. Click the logo to learn more.