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Ontario farmers, fire chiefs work together on fire prevention

Ontario farmers, fire chiefs work together on fire prevention

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles

GUELPH ON [March 13, 2024] – The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) and the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs (OAFC) are joining forces to share resources and promote fire safety and prevention on Ontario farms.

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Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of "Isabel", by E. L. Schoeman

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, Reviews

It’s always great to see a hometown girl succeed and E.L. Schoeman is doing just that. The twenty-four year old, who grew up on Prima Farms outside of Caledonia, Ontario, is bringing her love of horses and heroes to life in her debut novel, “Isabel.”

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Pro And Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 23 - Inspiration

Pro And Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 23 - Inspiration

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, western riding

Have you ever stopped to think what inspiration actually is? We hear people say they were ‘so inspired…’ usually accompanied by positive body language and they’re emanating warmth and big smiles - you can tell by looking at them, they have a glow. Their eyes are shining, they are truly embracing the moment and drawing energy from whatever it is that inspires them.

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Burwash Equine Hosts A First Of Its Kind Event

Burwash Equine Hosts A First Of Its Kind Event

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-health

COCHRANE, AB  – Burwash Equine Services (Burwash Equine) recently hosted 60 veterinary students and vet tech students from across Canada at an event appropriately called Spotlight: Equine Vet Practice in Canada (Spotlight), an industry-leading weekend conference that highlights the positives of a career in Equine medicine.

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Trio Claim Victory in the Greatest Test of Horsemanship and Survival Skill on Earth

Trio Claim Victory in the Greatest Test of Horsemanship and Survival Skill on Earth

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-racing

Imagine yourself thundering deep into the wilds of Patagonia on horseback. Atop an incredible Argentine steed, you’re navigating across some of the wildest terrain on Earth attempting to win the toughest and most unique equine challenge in history…this is the Gaucho Derby.

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Announcing Jenna MacDonell as the new Grand River Raceway Manager

Announcing Jenna MacDonell as the new Grand River Raceway Manager

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-racing

Guelph, ON Mar, 6, 2024 - Learning healthy habits early makes biosecurity second nature and that is why Equine Guelph is offering their Sickness Prevention in Horses  short online course on TheHorsePortal.ca FREE to teenagers (14 – 17). The March 18 – 29 offering of this course will be open to the grass roots of the equine industry so they can learn good habits to keep horses from getting sick.

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Horse Portal Extends Free Offer to Youth

Horse Portal Extends Free Offer to Youth

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-shows-clinics

Guelph, ON Mar, 6, 2024 - Learning healthy habits early makes biosecurity second nature and that is why Equine Guelph is offering their Sickness Prevention in Horses  short online course on TheHorsePortal.ca FREE to teenagers (14 – 17). The March 18 – 29 offering of this course will be open to the grass roots of the equine industry so they can learn good habits to keep horses from getting sick.

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Valuable Life Lessons Learned At Teen Ranch Horse Camps

Valuable Life Lessons Learned At Teen Ranch Horse Camps

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-shows-clinics

Riding camp at Teen Ranch yields life lessons that can’t be cultivated anywhere else. Living with people and working with horses for a week (or more!) is, by nature, character building. How? Glad you asked! Western and English riders of all levels learn the importance of respecting others, listening well, and communicating clearly - to both horses and humans! Moreover, these riders learn the value of hard work, leadership, patience, determination, and sportsmanship - to name a few.

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Your Vaccination Program may be Impacted by Climate Change 

Your Vaccination Program may be Impacted by Climate Change 

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-shows-clinics

Guelph, ON Feb, 26, 2024 - World Horse Day has been celebrated on March 1st every year since it was created in 2005 to raise awareness of equine welfare and protection. As a culmination of Equine Guelph’s 20th anniversary celebrations, the organization will be offering its new online course, Introduction to Body Condition Scoring, FREE for horse owners and caretakers around the globe who sign up on Friday, March 1, 2024 at TheHorsePortal.ca.

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Canadian Show Jumping Team Second In Wellington Nations Cup

Canadian Show Jumping Team Second In Wellington Nations Cup

Posted in Dressage, Equestrian Canada, Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-shows-clinics

Wellington, FL, March 3, 2024 – The Canadian Show Jumping Team finished second in the $150,000 Nations Cup CSIO4* presented by Florida Coast Equipment held on March 2, at Wellington International in Wellington, FL, USA.

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