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Arabian Horse Association
Of Eastern Canada
Contact: Jill Barton
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.
Big Creek Saddle Club
We offer a full day of horse showing for all ages. Our family oriented shows are fun and competitive. With two beautiful show pens we offer classes for a variety of disciplines including games riding, western pleasure, and english pleasure.
Canadian Quarter Horse Association
Contact: Haidee Landry, CQHA President
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 Region Pony Club
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.
Ganaraska Forest Horse Club
Phone: (905) 797-2721
The Ganaraska Forest Horse Club organizes rides on well-marked trails (short ~12 km & long ~15 km) throughout numerous areas in the Ganaraska Forest. So many beautiful trails to discover! Fundraising events, social activities, and offering educational information to our members play an important role in our club. In addition, the Club works with the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority (GRCA)
We are a recreational trail riding club that is devoted to developing a fellowship with other equine enthusiasts and respecting all user groups enjoying the forest.
• Ride the many trails in the Ganaraska Forest
• Promote safe trail riding practices and good horsemanship
• Maintain and develop equestrian trails in the Ganaraska Forest
Enjoy the BBQ lunches available at our organized rides Be sure to check out 2020 GFHC Events.