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Last Call for FREE Online Youth Offering of Horse Behaviour and Safety

Last Call for FREE Online Youth Offering of Horse Behaviour and Safety

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles

Tell all your barn buddies there is one month left to join the global community of horse-crazy teens that are pursuing their passion for horses online! Over 1,000 youth around the world have logged on to take advantage of the FREE Horse Behaviour and Safety course offered until Jan 31, 2022 on TheHorsePortal.ca

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Ancaster Fair’s Matching Challenge Needs You!

Ancaster Fair’s Matching Challenge Needs You!

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles

Be a Gamechanger is the name of the matching challenge. The Past Presidents ask you to share your favourite memory of the fair, post it on their Facebook page, and you have a chance to win a prize.

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Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 11

Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 11

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, western riding

We don’t think twice about taking our motors in for a check-up. Mechanics have a process they go through, to make sure your vehicle is tickety-boo.

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Ottawa’s Therapeutic Riding Giving Tuesday Campaign

Ottawa’s Therapeutic Riding Giving Tuesday Campaign

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, Reviews

Ottawa-Carleton’s sole CanTRA-accredited therapeutic riding stable will again join the global giving movement, “Giving Tuesday,” on November 30th, asking donors to give the gift of therapy.

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Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 10

Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 10

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, western riding

I think you can never have enough preparation. Fail to prepare, prepare to fail as they say. I love always having something to work on!

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A Tribute to Joan Ionson (1937-2021)

A Tribute to Joan Ionson (1937-2021)

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, western riding

Sadly, the Ontario equestrian community has lost another legend with the passing of Joan Ionson (nee Worthington) in October. Joan was the eldest of three children, born in London, Ontario on July 27, 1937. Although it was her husband, Roy, who was famous for his story-telling, Joan could tell a good story too. I asked her one time how she got into horses and how she met Roy?

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Case IH - Agriculture and Farm Equipment

Case IH - Agriculture and Farm Equipment

Posted in Marketplace Farm Equipment

ONTARIO EQUESTRIAN MEMBERS CAN SAVE UP TO $1,000 ON THE PURCHASE OF SELECT CASE IH SERIES TRACTORS, BALERS AND HAY TOOLS.

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Hoof Doctor

Hoof Doctor

Posted in Equestrian News, Marketplace Miscellaneous, marketplace-events

The Smell of Healing - protect, prevent and Heal.

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Alderman's Horse Farm

Alderman's Horse Farm

Posted in Equestrian News, Marketplace Miscellaneous, marketplace-events

Design and build your own custom estate home and bring your horse too! Riding Trails. Golf Courses. Wineries.

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Susan Johnson Author

Posted in Equestrian News, Marketplace Miscellaneous, marketplace-events

For middle grade readers, but also for grown-ups who love and understand horses. 

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