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Ontario Racing announces COVID-19 aid package for horsepeople

Ontario Racing announces COVID-19 aid package for horsepeople

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

“These funds are to assist owners in efforts to pay horse racing bills, specifically their trainer expenses, who must in turn pay their staff, including grooms and others.”

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Support And Resources For Equine Farms And Equestrian Facilities

Support And Resources For Equine Farms And Equestrian Facilities

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

EC is the national governing body for equestrian sport and industry in Canada, with a mandate to represent, promote and advance all equine and equestrian interests. We empathize with all those who are directly affected by this situation, are fully aware of the potential financial implications and will continue to support the equine and equestrian industries to the best of our ability.

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Team Canada will not send athletes to Games in summer 2020 due to COVID-19 risks

Team Canada will not send athletes to Games in summer 2020 due to COVID-19 risks

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

The COC and CPC urgently call on the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to postpone the Games for one year.

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COVID-19 And Equestrian Facility Operations

COVID-19 And Equestrian Facility Operations

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

EC and the PTSOs recommend that all facilities that host equestrian-related activities, including but not limited to boarding stables and lesson barns, cease public-facing and non-essential activities until greenlit by the aforementioned government authorities.

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Early and Extended Access to ONLINE Horse Behaviour and Safety Course for Youth & Adults

Early and Extended Access to ONLINE Horse Behaviour and Safety Course for Youth & Adults

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In response to requests coming in from the industry, Equine Guelph has moved up the start date and extended access for both their youth (13 – 17) and adult offerings of the Online Horse Behaviour and Safety Course.

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Once Bit, Twice Shy is not the case according to research study November 2019

Once Bit, Twice Shy is not the case according to research study November 2019

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

Genik’s research survey set out to understand common painful incidents associated with riding and to gain insight that could potentially lead to intervention through safety and educational programming.

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Ian Millar Visits Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue Centre

Ian Millar Visits Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue Centre

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

On September 12, 2019, Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue Centre was honoured to welcome Ian Millar aka “Captain Canada” to the farm.

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Health Alert: Case Of Eastern Equine Encephalitis Confirmed In Ontario

Posted in Home Page articles, horse-health

Confirmed case of eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) in a horse located in the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, ON

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Going once ... Going twice ... SOLD! CQHA offers new Domestic Marketing Assistance

Going once ... Going twice ... SOLD! CQHA offers new Domestic Marketing Assistance

Posted in Home Page articles, horse-health

Included in the mandate of the Canadian Quarter Horse Association (CQHA) is that the orgranization shall assist it's members with both global and domestic marketing initiatives, such as the sales held within Canada of registered American Quarter Horses. It is also a part of the CQHA's mandate to be a communications vehicle for and with our CQHA membership.

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The Art of Balance

The Art of Balance

Posted in Home Page articles, horse-health

Why does balance matter? The equine world is catching up with recent research focusing on muscle recruitment and the impact foot balance, training programs and footing on injury prevention in our equine athletes.

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