If we want to become masters of change we must create incentives. We must lead by example, show those in the horse industry and those at a large what change we want to see and how we want that change to happen. Reward those who follow and create consequences for those who choose not to follow.
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On September 12, 2019, Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue Centre was honoured to welcome Ian Millar aka “Captain Canada” to the farm.
The Coach Licensing Program is part of the 2018-2020 Memorandum of Agreement (MOU) signed by the Provincial and Territorial Sport Organizations (PTSOs) and EC, and addressed during the 2019 EC-PTSO Summit.
From educational exhibits, to kid-friendly crafts; from breed displays to hands-on demonstrations, the Horse Tent offers a diverse snapshot of the local equine community.
Richard Mongeau has departed from his position as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of EC, effective Sept. 12. The position of Interim CEO will be filled by Yves Hamelin.
Belgium, the newly crowned European Champions, won in convincing fashion with a total of four faults.
After fierce competition for the top of the podium, on July 29 the Canadian Dressage Team took Pan Am gold for the first time in 28 years, and earned Canada’s berth to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games during the Lima 2019 Pan American Games in Peru.
By this time in the season, many equestrians have gotten their horses back into full-time work. Many are busy prepping for the competition season ahead, and some may have already begun showing. Sometimes once we have dusted off the cobwebs and shaken out the stiffness we find our horses present with an issue they didn’t have before
Ten-time Canadian Olympian Ian Millar has announced his retirement from international show jumping competition after nearly five decades at the top level.