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.
Results from hunter/jumper and dressage competitions will be tabulated once shows are up and running again.
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.
The level of participation she sustained for nearly 40 years as an official was essential to the growth of equestrian competition in Canada.
CEO Yves Hamelin will step down from his position on Jan. 29th, Meg Krueger will take over as CEO and Chris Sorensen will become President.
The 2021 EC Rules are available in clean digital and changes-visible versions; hardcopy rule books will not be printed in 2021.