International & National

The horse ridden by Canadian Kathryn Robinson at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio has died. Let It Bee collapsed and died between the 13th and 14th fences during the cross-country phase of the Burnham Market International in Norfolk, Britain, on March 30, 2018.

CADORA Inc. is delighted to announce that for this 13th year, Stephen Clarke has agreed to come to Canada to perform his magic at our annual clinics. This year the timing has changed from past years as the first clinic will be held on June 23-24 at Fairlawn Farm in Brentwood Bay, BC; the second will be on October 13-14 at Queenswood Stables in Navan, Ontario; and the third clinic will take place on October 20-21 at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba.

Guelph, ON - A high-tech horse model will provide valuable hands-on learning to student veterinarians at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College, courtesy of a donation from the Equine Foundation of Canada (EFC).

Good news deserves to be shared. Great news deserves to be celebrated! So let’s send a message of congratulations from all across the country to Rainbow Riders in St. John’s on the recent “grand unveil” of their spanking new therapeutic riding facility right in the city, rising like a phoenix from the inhibiting deficiencies of the old.

April 6 – 8, 2018

The Can-Am All Breeds Equine Expo is returning to the Markham Fairgrounds for the 2018 show. Eastern Canada’s premier equine event will take place April 6 to 8, 2018 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 everything in between. The Can-Am Equine Expo will continue to feature a lineup of international clinicians, family-fun entertainment and performances, all-indoor shopping, and free on-site parking. 

Life is hard for the 100 million working equines in the developing world, because 600 million people depend on them for their livelihoods. Life is particularly difficult for working mares who are either pregnant or have foals by their sides while labouring in back-breaking jobs in the brick kilns of Afghanistan, the deserts of Senegal, the coal mines of Pakistan, the mountains of Nepal, on busy city streets in India, or in the construction industry of Kenya.

The American Horse Council Foundation (AHCF) is pleased to announce the results of its anticipated 2017 Economic Impact Study of the US Horse Industry. The AHCF would like to thank The Innovation Group for their work on this important study.

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