Ottawa, Ontario—Equine Canada is pleased to introduce two new faces to the equine community.

Danielle Boily has been hired as Equine Canada’s Manager of Sport—Coaching/Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD). With Boily’s extensive experience working at the Federation Equestre de Quebec, her strong skills in both official languages and her passion for horses, Boily will quickly make an impact at Equine Canada.

Questions regarding coaching, LTAD, development of new coaching programs and the management of the current ones, or any other coaching matter can be directed to Boily at [email protected] after her starting date of June 23, 2008. Until that time, please continue to direct all coaching matters to [email protected].

With the recent departure of Program Coordinator—Competitions, Natalia Dilauro, Equine Canada is pleased to announce the hiring of Kate Evans to fill the position. Through her previous employment at Ontario Equestrian Federation and Strategic Equine Marketing, Evans has developed extensive knowledge of the mechanics of equestrian competition administration and a broad understanding of the scope of the Canadian horse industry.

Starting immediately, Evans can be reached at [email protected]

“I am pleased to welcome Danielle Boily and Kate Evans to the team,” noted Equine Canada’s Director of Sport, Craig Andreas. “With as many important initiatives in the coaching and competitions department underway or about to begin, we were fortunate to find two people who could jump right in and contribute immediately.”

Please join Equine Canada in welcoming the new staff to the Equine Canada office team. Equine Canada wishes them all the best in each of their respective positions.