Equestrian Canada and the provincial/territorial equestrian organizations invite all Canadians to take part in National Horse Day.
While Victoria, B.C. Councillor Ben Isitt reinitiated the call for a ban of horse-drawn carriages on city streets, backlash has caused him to back down.
Farm & Food Care is currently seeking hosts for large animal rescue training sessions for first responders and emergency personnel.
The Ontario Government has released a public survey and introduced a new temporary regulation in an effort to improve the animal welfare system.
The early bird deadline for the 2019 International Society for Equitation Science conference is fast approaching! It will be held in Guelph, August 19-21.
The FEI has scrambled to clarify its new “missed flag” rule before Badminton’s cross-country, but discontent remains amongst riders and other stakeholders.
The annual deadline to submit rule change suggestions for the 2020 Equestrian Canada Rules is coming up quickly on May 31, 2019.
Ian Millar launched Equestrian Canada’s Rookie Riders which will be included in the York Region District School Board’s PE-2-GO program in the fall of 2019.
Researchers from Massey University in Zealand are conducting an international survey of emergency animal and disaster response volunteers and workers.
A ninth positive Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) result was confirmed for a horse located on a farm in the rural municipality of Meadow Lake, SK.
A tapeworm that can infect dogs and humans has shown up in Ontario, leaving horse owners wondering if their equine partners are also at risk.
Yet another positive result for Equine Infectious Anemia has been confirmed by the CFIA’s national reference laboratory for a horse in Saskatchewan.
Equestrian Canada would like to remind the community that nominations for the 2019 EC Board of Directors will be accepted until May 15, 2019.
See changes and updates to Equestrian Canada’s Equine Medication Control rules for 2019, and get additional guidelines for EC Sport License Holders.
A positive Equine Infectious Anemia result was confirmed for a horse located on a premises in the rural municipality of Lakeview, SK.