The 2nd Equine Industry Symposium will take place at the Lifetime Learning Centre in the OVC at the University of Guelph on February 10th.
The Ontario Equestrian Board of Directors is seeking nominations to build a roster of potential board candidates to fill upcoming vacancies.
Draft Mountain Biking Trail Design Plan and a Draft Equestrian & Cross-Country Ski Trails Master Plan have been developed for Cypress Hills Provincial Park.
For Ontario Equestrian members who may have missed the introduction of their new RideON program, here’s a quick guide to participation.
On December 13, 2017, a positive Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) result was confirmed in Alberta by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Ontario Equestrian presented a cheque for over $28,000 to Equine Guelph, for research, as part of their new branding launch.
Standardbred groom, Cameron Lago, is the inaugural recipient of the Roger L'Heureux Award. He will receive two online courses through Equine Guelph.
Help an abused, neglected or homeless horse by giving a gift from the Ontario SPCA’s Paws & Give™ 2017 Holiday Symbolic Giving Catalogue.
A positive case of Equine Infectious Anemia has been confirmed by the CFIA for a horse on a premises in Havelock, Quebec.
Equine Guelph hosted a large animal rescue course for first responders at the Meaford Fire Department in Ontario on November 17-19.
With cooler, darker days ahead – and more pressure on heating and lighting systems – the risk of barn fires increase. So, now is the time for your annual combustible clean-up! Combustibles are everywhere and unavoidable around the horse farm, but your management of them can considerably reduce the risk of a barn fire. To help […]
The Montreal SPCA is looking forward to working with new mayor Valérie Plante of the Projet Montréal party on animal welfare issues, including banning horse-drawn carriages in the city. According to a press release, by the Montreal SPCA: “Concerned about the welfare of horses, the Montreal SPCA is asking the elected administration to maintain its […]
After an in-depth strategic review, the Ontario Equestrian Federation is beginning a new, more member-focused direction as Ontario Equestrian (OE).
Since October 19, 2017, three cases of West Nile Virus in Frontenac County, Oxford County and the Regional Municipality of Halton have been reported
A second case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) was confirmed by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs