The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs was notified of two confirmed cases of EEE in Haldimand County, ON.
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Millar took over the rides on both Ericson and Truman for his daughter, Canadian Olympian Amy Millar, who is expecting her second child.
As a result of the number of positive Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) cases recently diagnosed across Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is proposing a new National EIA Disease Control Program, and is seeking public feedback by the deadline of June 18, 2018.
The Rider recently spoke with horse lover and regular Rider reader DOROTHY CHIOTTI whose photographic art was on show in Toronto during May’s CONTACT Photography Festival, as part of the Women at Work show hosted by Urban Gallery.
The Ontario Government announced last month that it would allot up to $105 million annually to horse racing industry stakeholders over a 19-year period. All three racing sectors (thoroughbred, standardbred and quarter horse) signed the agreement.
Here we have featured the clinicians. The CAN-AM All Breeds Equine Expo is almost upon us! On April 6th to the 8th, we will be surrounded by amazing speakers and more! See whats happening that day here!
Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue Announces A New Program For WHHR Rescue Horses | The Rider Equestrian News
Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue is extremely excited to announce a new program established to provide professional training for WHHR rescue horses.
Ontario Government Announces Long-Term Funding Agreement for the Horse Racing Industry | The Rider Equestrian News
The Ontario government has announced a long-term funding agreement for the horse racing industry that will provide up to $105 million over 19 years, beginning in 2019.