Horse farms are struggling with the crippling financial consequences of COVID-19; EC is working to get them access to exemptions and relief programs.
Christine Reupke launched Horsemanship Society International to give riders better learning opportunities regardless of circumstance or location.
Following are some recent insurance-related Q&As relevant to the horse industry as government and health authority restrictions are slowly lifted.
When equestrian competitions will return, and how they will be safely conducted, are questions that haunt show organizers.
The coronavirus lockdown has hit boarding and lesson barns especially hard. With little to no income coming in, fate of the school horses is in question.
In an effort to assist members of the equine industry during these uncertain times, the following are some common insurance-related Q&As you need to know.
With clients and boarders asked to stay away during the COVID-19 pandemic, the day-to-day operations of equine facilities across Canada have adapted.
Equestrian Canada’s CEO Yves Hamelin is tasked with delivering the goals set out in EC’s Strategic Initiative Plan that will require some serious changes.
Rocky Mountain Show Jumping’s new pilot horse show offered riders the chance to compete at the provincial level, with lower show fees.
Increasingly frustrated by turnout blankets that leaked, slipped and made horses sweat, Tom MacGuinness set out to design a superior product.