The $1,000 bursaries for 14-17-year-olds are to be used for riding lessons, show fees, continuing education and other learning opportunities.
Investment will help keep animals safe and cover maintenance costs for equine establishments negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ontario's lesson barns and school horses are still in desperate need after being unable to operate for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
An amendment to the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act will include allowing horse people access to indoor facilities as well as outdoor.
Ontario's Solicitor General, Sylvia Jones, indicated in a recent Caledon Town Hall meeting that boarders are allowed to visit and ride their horses.
OE has received an incredible amount of support from the community and appreciate all who have donated, volunteered, and shared their initiative.
Ontario Equestrian’s new training program, GRIT (Great Rider Intensive Training), is underway, with its first group of Olympic hopeful athletes.
Ontario Equestrian and its members are helping strengthen research programs aimed at improving health
Ontario Equestrian congratulates the 2018 Youth Bursary recipients: Delenn Kershaw, Aislin Osborne, Dayna Rachkowski, Krista Strade and Alexis Vahey.
Get funding through The Quest for Gold: Ontario Athlete Assistance Program, available from the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.