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Equine Canada Loses Another CEO

Equine Canada Loses Another CEO

Less than ten months after hiring new CEO Jean-Christophe Gandubert, Equine Canada is once again without a leader. Late Tuesday evening, Equine Canada issued a brief statement announcing his departure: Equine Canada regrets to announce that its Chief Executive Officer…

Trainer Alleges Abuse in Lawsuit Against AQHA

Trainer Edward Allan Buck of the Sympathetic Riding Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah, has filed a lawsuit against the American Quarter Horse Association and seven current or former officers/agents of the organization: Peter J. Cofrancesco III, Gene Graves, Don…

Canadian Supreme Rides into Red Deer

Expect to see plenty of cowboy hats and spurs around Red Deer September 30 to October 6th! The largest cutting, reining and working cow horse event in the Pacific Northwest will fill every inch at Westerner Park for a full…

Equine Guelph Makes Fecal Collection Easy

Equine Guelph has launched a new two and a half minute video to help horse owners with parasite management. When a growing resistance to dewormers is cited as a major issue concerning horse owners today, a fecal exam to see…

Horsepower Kids Fantasy Horses Art Contest

The winners of the Horsepower Fantasy Horses Art Contest have been announced in the September/October issue of Horsepower. Click here to check them out! Kids were asked to draw or paint a fantasy horse of any sort for the chance to…

Proposed 2014 Equine Canada Rule Changes

It is the right of every member of Equine Canada (EC) to propose amendments to the rules, subject to the current policies, procedures and schedules. Earlier this year EC members were invited to submit suggestions for 2014 rule changes. These…

Royal Poster Contest

Calling all artists! The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is holding a design contest for their 2013 poster. The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is all about the 4Fs – farm, fresh, fun and family. And they’re also home to the prestigious…

Eastern Equine Encephalitis Confirmed in Ontario

On August 16, 2013, the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food (OMAF) was notified of a confirmed case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in one horse in Simcoe County. The 11-year-old gelding had an incomplete vaccination history and no history of…



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