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Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series

Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

Jen’s focus and passion is reining horses; training them and the riders who aspire to show them. Jen is a successful show person with many buckles and trophies. She is also a versatile and effective coach – many of her students have won awards and classes and go from strength to strength. Sharon is one of Jen’s students, her day job is training people in ‘soft skills’ with a specialty in emotional intelligence and she wrote a best-seller on the topic, called Tread Gently.

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Equestrian Canada COVID-19 Operational Update And Resumption Of Normal Business Hours

Equestrian Canada COVID-19 Operational Update And Resumption Of Normal Business Hours

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

Effective immediately, the full five-day (37.5 hour) work week will resume for all staff. EC hours will resume on Fridays, with staff continuing to work remotely. While the financial losses due to the pandemic have not been fully recouped, employee health and welfare is a top priority and EC is pleased to support its staff returning to a full work week at this time.

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The Knabstrupper Horse - hunting for the old genes

The Knabstrupper Horse - hunting for the old genes

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

A handful of people in Denmark and Germany have spent decades working hard to bring it back from the edge of extinction, saving the horse through pure breeding practices.

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In Memory Gaëtan Laroche, 1941 – 2020

In Memory Gaëtan Laroche, 1941 – 2020

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

It is with great sadness that CQHA delivers the news of the passing of Gaëtan Laroche, 1941 - 2020. A dedicated horseman who wore many hats in his decades long involvement in Canada's Quarter Horse and Reining industries.

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Hockley Hills School of Horsemanship & Aitchison Show Horses Say Thank You

Posted in English riding, western riding, Marketplace Equine Services, Marketplace Miscellaneous

On the evening of May 8, 2020 a stranger knocked at our door and told our family that he could see smoke coming from our barn. Hockley Hills School of Horsemanship & Aitchison Show Horses’ fulltime training facility, breeding, riding school and summer camp operation was on fire with 19 horses inside!

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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.

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ORHA Spring Thaw Show Cancelled

ORHA Spring Thaw Show Cancelled

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

The ORHA has cancelled the first show originally slated for the beginning of May.

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CHRHF 2020 Nomination Deadline 4 Weeks Away

CHRHF 2020 Nomination Deadline 4 Weeks Away

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

The public is encouraged to participate in the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame 2020 nomination process, by submitting recommendations of people and horses who have made a significant contribution to Canadian Standardbred or Thoroughbred horse racing.

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Rodeo Fans Will Love This New Museum In Scottsdale Old Town

Rodeo Fans Will Love This New Museum In Scottsdale Old Town

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

The museum frequently hosts musicians playing during the Saturday farmers’ market held in the adjoining car park (in the cooler months), and also hosts a BBQ and concert during the annual Parada del Sol rodeo and parade in early February.

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Hockley Hills School of Horsemanship

Posted in western riding, horse-shows-clinics, Marketplace Equine Services, Marketplace Horses

Hockley School of Horsemanship and Dave Aitchison Show Horses

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