Blog

Displaying posts in Equestrian News

NOTICE TO INDUSTRY: Update on the Re-Allocation of Purse Funds Program

NOTICE TO INDUSTRY: Update on the Re-Allocation of Purse Funds Program

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

Ontario Racing has received applications for more than 5,000 racehorses from horsepeople across the Province and is happy to report that cheques are now being distributed.

Read more

Equestrian Canada Announces Return To Business Operations Framework

Equestrian Canada Announces Return To Business Operations Framework

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

Equestrian Canada (EC) would like to share a return to business operations framework with the Canadian equestrian community in anticipation of the conclusion of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Read more

Suspension Extended For Equestrian Canada Sanctioned Competition

Suspension Extended For Equestrian Canada Sanctioned Competition

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

The suspension of Equestrian Canada (EC) sanctioned competition has been extended to June 30, 2020, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Read more

Calgary Stampede Cancelled

Calgary Stampede Cancelled

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

On account of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chief Medical Officer of Health of Alberta has banned all gatherings of more than 15 people for an indefinite period of time and the City of Calgary has declared a state of local emergency. These steps, as well as our continuing concern for the health and well-being of our community, means we are unable to host the 2020 edition of the Calgary Stampede.

Read more

Hoofbeats Radio News

Hoofbeats Radio News

Posted in Home Page articles, Equestrian News

Recently on Hoofbeats radio, we shared new and extra information on the Findings from The “Learning From Employers Action Group," which were initially presented at the 2019 Equine Industry Symposium, by the chair, Kim Logue, in a quick 5 minute summary.

Read more

COVID-19 and Equestrian Facility Operations

COVID-19 and Equestrian Facility Operations

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

In an effort to minimize the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19), Equestrian Canada (EC) and the Provincial/Territorial Sport Organizations (PTSOs) recommend the following as best practices concerning equestrian facility operations, consistent with the recommendations of applicable health authorities.

Read more

Helpful Updates on the Re-Allocation of Purse Funds Program

Helpful Updates on the Re-Allocation of Purse Funds Program

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

The QROOI Board of directors is pleased to announce that Ontario Racing has been successful in securing an aid package for the Ontario Horse Racing Industry. We have attached their official notice below.

Read more

Suspension Of 2020 Jump Cup Initiative

Suspension Of 2020 Jump Cup Initiative

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

The Jump Cup Initiative has been suspended until further notice due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Read more

Weekly Equestrian Canada COVID-19 Wrap-Up April 17

Weekly Equestrian Canada COVID-19 Wrap-Up April 17

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

Equestrian Canada (EC) would like to share the following updates from the fifth week of responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Read more

Equestrian Canada Eventing Committee Statement On Risk Mitigation

Equestrian Canada Eventing Committee Statement On Risk Mitigation

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

The EC Eventing Committee is committed, more than ever, to focusing and amplifying our efforts on the five pillars that have proven to contribute to risk mitigation in our sport.

Read more

Page 3 of 8

What Our Clients Think

  • Horses are more secure and comfortable when trailering if they can face the rear, but they prefer openings.
    Animal People News

Sign Up For Our Digital Edition

Take The Rider With You Everywhere.

Get Our Digital Edition