Canadian Endurance Riders Headed to NAJYRC

Endurance Canada is pleased to announce the riders representing Canada at the 2012 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Riders Championships. Presented by Gotham North, these Championships will be held July 17-22 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, read more

Eastern Equine Encephalitis in Florida

State and local health authorities have alerted the public that Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) is active in Palm Beach County, in Florida. The most recent confirmed case resulted in an infected horse being euthanized last week. Reports indicate that the read more

New English Competition Coach Specialist Certification

An exciting new coaching certification program is now available for English coaches in Canada.  The Competition Coach Specialist is a highly accessible certification program designed for those working with intermediate or more advanced riders in furthering their students’ basic riding, read more

Third National Equine Code of Practice Survey

Equine owners and others with an interest in equine welfare have an opportunity to provide input into the revision to Canada’s Equine Code of Practice through online surveys. The National Farm Animal Care Council (NFACC) is conducting a third stakeholder read more

Nepean National Equestrian Park in Jeopardy?

Ottawa’s Nepean National Equestrian Park may shut down, according to reports that the city-run facility is failing financially and no longer considered a core recreational service. The park has been in operation for 25 years, as a horse show venue read more

Queen’s Plate Saddlecloths on eBay

The spectacular saddlecloths worn by all 2012 Queen’s Plate participants and signed by their respective jockeys are now available for bidding on eBay. Generously donated by Woodbine Entertainment Group, the saddlecloths are being offered to raise funds for LongRun Thoroughbred read more

For Woodbine jockey Justin Stein, who recently won the Queen’s Plate with Strait of Dover, and his wife, Renee, family, faith and a love for everything horses brought them together and has kept them even closer. It was by no read more

Dalma Rushi Malhas, the Saudi Arabian rider who won individual bronze at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in 2010, will not be competing at London 2012, the FEI confirmed today. The 20-year-old had been aiming to achieve the minimum eligibility read more

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