By Jocelyn Adams
Be A BC Equestrian Trails Builder!
Just a few dollars from each Horse Council BC member each year can make a huge difference in building and improving BC’s equestrian trails. If you like to explore new trails, or plan to in the future, help make BC the best place on earth to ride by making a donation to the BC Equestrian Trails Fund. Grants will be made available to HCBC member clubs to assist them in building and improving trails and horse-camping sites.
The Collins Overland Telegraph Trail improvements and kiosk construction, including a Clydesdale work party – Back Country Horsemen of BC Cariboo Chapter.
Manning Park trail improvements – Back Country Horsemen of BC, Yarrow Chapter.
Where the Dollars Went in 2018…
- Back Country Horsemen of BC, Robson Valley Chapter, for Belle Mountain Multi-Use Trails Rehabilitation
- Back Country Horsemen of BC, Yarrow Chapter, for Manning Park Trail Works 2018
- Back Country Horsemen of BC, Cariboo Chapter, for COTT Goose Lake to Blackwater River improvements
- Back Country Horsemen of BC, North Thompson Chapter, for Skull Mountain Rehabilitation Project
- Back Country Horsemen of BC, Aldergrove Chapter, for South Langley Regional Trail Completion
- Haney Horsemen Association, for repairs and improvements to the equestrian campsites and pens at Allco Park in Maple Ridge, Stage 2
- Mission Horse Club, for Stave West Corral Project
- Back Country Horsemen of BC, Shuswap Chapter, for South Canoe Trail System – Goliath Trail
2018 HCBC ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS
Congratulations to our 2018 HCBC Award Winners!
We received many outstanding nominations this year, so thank you to all who nominated someone and congratulations to our winners.
2018 Coach of the Year – SARA SELLMER
2018 Junior Athlete of the Year – RACHEL CURRIE
2018 Senior Athlete of the Year – WINONA HARTVICKSON
2018 Bob James Volunteer of the Year – MARGOT VILVANG
2018 Horse Industry Professional of the Year – SEVERIN PEDERSON
2018 Sherman Olson Lifetime Achievement Award – RICK FILLMORE
For more information please visit the Horse Council BC website.
Main photo: iStock/Sitikka