Important topics include COVID-19 updates and protecting yourself, lameness prevention, and the detrimental effects of tight nosebands and tongue ties.
Almost 100 percent of University of Guelph survey participants agreed that there were welfare issues in the Canadian equine industry.
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.