The National Drawing Contest submissions celebrated the love of horses, with over 100 fantastic entries received across four age categories.
Even though celebrations will have to be from home, you can share your love of horses via social media and enter special contests.
A welcome amendment has been made to the Ministry of Health's Summer Day Camp guidance document which will now allow horseback riding.
While Horse Day may have looked a bit different in 2020 than in years past, equestrians nationwide took part in online celebrations.
There are ways to raise public awareness and promote the beloved horse despite the pandemic, plus kids 3-16 can enter the National Drawing Contest.
Animal welfare ethologist Professor Paul McGreevy to present science-based education on the use of tongue-ties and nosebands.
Equestrian Canada needs to collect data so that they, the PTSOs and national affiliates can present a current and fact-based picture of our industry needs.
EC and the PTSOs recommend that all facilities that host equestrian-related activities cease public-facing and non-essential activities.
Equestrian Canada has announced a new engagement events initiative structured around hosting series and summits on alternating years.
Nominations are officially open for the EC National Awards, celebrating the impressive achievements of individuals, equines and organizations.
It’s your last chance to combine tickets to the Royal Horse Show with your 2019 Equestrian Canada Convention package! Don’t miss the 11:59 p.m. deadline.
Equestrian Canada would like to remind members that today, October 9, 2019, is the final day to comment on 2020 Rule Change Proposals.
The Equestrian Canada Convention will feature opportunities to learn from top equestrian athletes and get in the know about new programs and initiatives.
Equestrian Canada is looking for new members for its Eventing Committee, with terms to commence in January 2020. Applications are now being accepted.
Equestrian Canada would like to include members’ thoughts and feedback in the development of a new initiative, the Canadian Equine Identification Program.
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