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For information about the equestrian associations listed in The Rider Business Directory, follow the links provided or call them.

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Arabian Horse Association of Eastern Canada

Arabian Horse Association 
Of Eastern Canada

Contact: Jane Lee Whitwell

Phone: 905-887-9303

Email:  jane.lee.whitwell@sympatico.ca

AHAEC: Arabian Horse Contact

For exciting events such as shows, trail rides, clinics & fun! Compete for year-end awards, youth teams, youth scholarships, rookie award, ARRAB & much more. Visit www.aheaec.on.ca for news, events, membership, horses for sale, etc. 


Canadian Quarter Horse Association

Canadian Quarter Horse Association

Contact: Haidee Landry, CQHA President

Phone: 604-530-8051

Email: president@cqha.ca

The Canadian Quarter Horse Association is an affiliate of the AQHA. Annual membership is free to current members of AQHA. To enroll on-line, visit the CQHA website: www.cqha.ca and choose "Membership" section. Choose "Affiliates" to link to provincial Quarter Horse & Racing Association sites. 


Western Ontario Pony Club

Western Ontario Region Pony Club

Phone: 905-330-8078

Email: wor@canadianponyclub.org

Now Accepting Memberships

Located in Western Ontario, we are a region of the Canadian Pony Club dedicated to encouraging youth leadership, responsibility,and compassion through education and stable/horse management. We hold region wide competitions in Quiz, Rally, Tetrathlon, Dressage, Show jumping, Prince Philip Games and Le Trec as well as regular education sessions and a camp in the summer.


Ontario Icelandic Horse Association

Ontario Icelandic Horse Association (OIHA)


Email: oiha.central@gmail.com 

The Icelandic Horse

To know the Icelandic is to love this unique, sturdy, versatile and people-friendly breed. Our group is dedicated to supporting the interests of the "Icy" and enjoying good fellowship with other enthusiasts. Non-riders are most welcome to join us. 


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