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Mexico announces Dressage Team for Pan Am Games 2015

Mexico announces Dressage Team for Pan Am Games 2015

The Mexican Equestrian Federation has announced the dressage team that will take part in the 2015 Pan-American Games in Toronto. The team members are: Bernadette Pujals and Heslegaards Rolex (Danish Warmblood by Heslegaards Rubin) José Luis Padilla and Donnersberg (Rheinlander read more

Enrique Palacios and Wizard Banamex.

Free trip-planning app for Pan Am Games

If you want to know the fastest route to take to get around from venue to venue during the Pan Am Games, where to park, shuttle locations, real-time info about road closures due to accidents, even a booking feature for read more


Proposed EIA Risk Management Strategy

Equine Canada (EC) would like to advise all stakeholders that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is seeking input on a proposed strategy for future Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) control in Canada. The deadline for comments is June 1st. Equine read more

Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) is a persistent and incurable viral disease of equines, which is transmitted almost exclusively through blood or blood products on the mouthparts of biting insects.

Horse Experience 2015 Online

The Horse Experience 2015 team is pleased to announce that our website is now live! Visit to view a calendar of exciting events, from a Standardbred Racing Dinner and Tour to an exclusive Movie Night featuring the award winning read more

Activists Protest Live Horse Export for Slaughter

Animal rights organizations joined forces at the Calgary Airport Authority’s annual general meeting on Thursday April 16, 2015, with 14 protesters waving signs and posters in front of the Aerospace Museum, and along McCall Road nearby. The rally was jointly read more

Why do Older Horses get More Tendon Injuries?

New research into how tendons age has found that the material between tendon fibre bundles stiffens as it gets older and that this is responsible for older horses being more susceptible to tendon injuries. Researchers from Queen Mary University of read more

CVO Releases Practice Standard in Dentistry

Veterinarians in Ontario now have a clear picture of what is expected of them in the delivery of veterinary dentistry. After extensive consultation, the College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO) Council approved a revised Professional Practice Standard on Veterinary Dentistry. read more


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