Even though equestrian facilities have been allowed resume limited riding lesson operations, it’s going to be a long way back financially for some.
Animal welfare ethologist Professor Paul McGreevy to present science-based education on the use of tongue-ties and nosebands.
Outlining the precautionary measures needed to ensure the safety of everyone at CARD when operations resume, plus a fundraising update.
Please join up with Scot Stewart of the Community Association for Riders with Disabilities in his effort to raise funds for shavings for the therapy horses.
Join up with Seana Waldon of the Community Association for Riders with Disabilities in her efforts to raise funds for grain to help feed the CARD herd.
Please assist Bonnie Hartley, Fundraising and Events coordinator, in her efforts to help with the cost of supplements and treats.
This week, join up with Judy Wanless, Director of Volunteer Services at CARD, in her quest to raise funds to help cover the cost of farrier fees.
Join up with Elaine Brooks of the Community Association for Riders with Disabilities to help with the purchase of hay for the hard-working therapy horses.
The following initiative has been launched by the Community Association for Riders with Disabilities to fulfill needs for their hard-working therapy horses.
Equine Guelph, based at the University of Guelph, has been recognized by EC as an international leader in promoting equine health, welfare and safety.
A & T Equestrian Centre in Surrey, BC, has joined other farms in offering an adoption/fostering program in order to feed and care for their 50+ horses.
While many are at home for the next few weeks, this is an ideal time to learn online and develop your own action plan and backup arrangements.
The situation that we are currently facing world-wide not only impacts people, but also our horses (and other animals) in our care.
The Kenyan Ministry of Agriculture has pulled the licenses of slaughterhouses effective immediately ‒ but not for the reasons you might expect.
How would equine industry members describe the welfare status of Canadian horses? A research team at the University of Guelph found out.