We are deeply saddened to report that Katharine Morel of Fort Saskatchewan, AB, and her horse, Kerry On, died following an accident on course at the Rocking Horse Winter III Horse Trials in Altoona, FL, on February 29, 2020.
April 3 - 5, 2020 - The Can-Am All Breeds Equine Expo is thrilled to announce its return to the Markham Fairgrounds for the 2020 show. Eastern Canada’s premier equine event will take place April 3-5, 2020, bringing together thousands of horse lovers and industry partners all under one roof for a great weekend for everyone from the seasoned horse person to the weekend rider and everyone in between. The Can-Am Equine Expo 2020 will feature a lineup of international clinicians free with admission, family-fun entertainment and performances, all indoor shopping, and free on-site parking.
Lausanne (SUI), February 17, 2020 — Following concerns raised about Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) Jumping Events in France and Syria where Olympic and Longines Ranking points were on offer, the FEI has investigated events at both Villeneuve-Loubet (FRA) and Damascus (SYR).
Temple Grandin, the world-renowned professor in Colorado State University’s (CSU) College of Agricultural Sciences and autism advocate, says her life was changed when she began to ride and work with horses. Now in her 30th year on the Department of Animal Sciences faculty at CSU, Grandin was on hand on Monday, February 10, 2020 for the ground-breaking ceremony for the new Temple Grandin Equine Center on the Foothills Campus.
Kick off your Summit weekend by attending one of these fantastic Friday seminars! “Professional Day” is for anyone who wants to learn! 2020 Coaches Professional Day - Equestrian Canada is launching a Coach License system that is going to affect all coaches and instructors. We have invited a panel of experts to present information on Coach Licensing and then we will open up for a Question and Answer session with these experts.
The Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) has expanded its educational offerings on its YouTube channel again. These free resources are great for all ages and experience levels to watch and expand their knowledge, while keeping a focus on horsemanship safety. Viewers can watch all the videos, which cover a variety of topics and range from three to fifteen minutes in length by clicking on the links below.