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.
If you are interested in volunteering on one of Equestrian Canada's operational committees, vacancies will be open starting in 2021.
The platform will unite equine identification and traceability data that protects the health and welfare of Canada's horses.
Share your thoughts on Canadian equestrian sport and what EC can do to improve in the areas of diversity, inclusion and equality.
The Annual General Meeting agenda included five items of business, as well reports and updates and a Q&A period with EC president Meg Krueger.
Jumping Youth Bursary Program recognizes the challenges young riders face as they continue their education while competing at high levels of the sport.