Canadian Heritage continued its ongoing commitment to equestrian sport through $1,017,150 in funding for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
With equine welfare in mind, the Equine Health and Welfare Committee will be working towards the implementation of a noseband tightness rule.
The Inclusion Project has partnered with Equestrian Canada to ensure a safe and welcoming environment for anyone within the sport.
The former Equestrian Canada CEO was invited due to his experience in equestrian sport, sport integrity, and international affairs.
Results from hunter/jumper and dressage competitions will be tabulated once shows are up and running again.
Court of Arbitration for Sport exonerated Nicole Walker from a positive test but her affected results at Lima 2019 were not reinstated.
The fund will be seeded in May 2021 with a one-time allocation from each discipline and will grow annually via annual investment and savings.
Ten hard-working young athletes were chosen by the EC Jumping Committee to receive $1,000 Jumping Youth Bursary funds.
The dressage rider's selection for a third year underlines her ability to make Canada proud at the Olympics aboard her partner, All In.
The Coach Status Program has received more than 450 applications and 25 coaches have been approved to date.