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Ontario Mounted Special Service Unit Service Horse School to be held July 5-7 in Ancaster.

Ontario Mounted Special Service Unit Service Horse School to be held July 5-7 in Ancaster.

Posted in Home Page articles, horse-shows-clinics

OMSSU will hold their Service Horse School where certified instructors train and test their mounted teams in obstacles, drill, search and rescue and patrolling. This year the Service Horse School is going to be held on July 5 -7, 2019 at Ancaster Fairgrounds.

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Canadian Equestrian Team Nominated For Lima 2019 Pan American Games

Canadian Equestrian Team Nominated For Lima 2019 Pan American Games

Posted in Home Page articles, horse-health

Equestrian Canada (EC) and the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) have announced the 12 athletes nominated to compete in three equestrian disciplines at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games, taking place July 26 to Aug. 11 in Peru.

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How can Equi-Bow help your horse get back on track this spring?

How can Equi-Bow help your horse get back on track this spring?

Posted in Home Page articles, horse-health

How can Equi-Bow benefit your horse during its return to regular work? The key is fascia.

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Horse Day Erin & OXC Erin – A full weekend of Horsin’ Around!

Horse Day Erin & OXC Erin – A full weekend of Horsin’ Around!

Posted in Home Page articles

There will be something for all equine enthusiasts as Horse Day Erin and Extreme Cowboy racing ride into the Erin Fairgrounds on June 8 & 9 as two separate events.

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Bad Behaviour Or Structural Imbalance?

Bad Behaviour Or Structural Imbalance?

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

By this time in the season, many equestrians have gotten their horses back into full-time work. Many are busy prepping for the competition season ahead, and some may have already begun showing. Sometimes once we have dusted off the cobwebs and shaken out the stiffness we find our horses present with an issue they didn’t have before

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Ian Millar Announces Retirement from International Competition

Ian Millar Announces Retirement from International Competition

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

Ten-time Canadian Olympian Ian Millar has announced his retirement from international show jumping competition after nearly five decades at the top level.

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Tri-County Carriage Association

Posted in horse-shows-clinics

The Great Lakes Carriage Classic - August 23-25 2019. 

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New 75,000 sq ft Show Arena Planned for Ancaster

New 75,000 sq ft Show Arena Planned for Ancaster

Posted in Home Page articles, Equestrian News

“By adding a new 75,000 sq ft building to our existing 90,000 sq ft onsite facilities, our goal is to be the premier equestrian, livestock, tradeshow and event facility in Southern Ontario,” said Al Payne, Capital Campaign Chair.

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The Rider Recommends: THE ADVENTURES OF LUDWIG & IMOGEN

The Rider Recommends: THE ADVENTURES OF LUDWIG & IMOGEN

Posted in Home Page articles, Reviews

Book Review: The Adventures Of Ludwig & Imogen - Along with her imaginary pet hippogriff, Ludwig, they enjoy waffles, pizzas and navigate their way through traffic and around the playground near their urban home.

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ONTARIO SUPERIOR COURT RULES OSPCA POLICING POWERS ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL

ONTARIO SUPERIOR COURT RULES OSPCA POLICING POWERS ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL

Posted in Home Page articles, horse-health

On January 2, 2019 a judge of the Ontario Superior Court, Justice Timothy Minnema, ruled that law enforcement by an unaccountable private organization such as the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) is unconstitutional.

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