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Equine Guelph’s education partner, Merck Animal Health, recently launched its national Equine Biosurveillance Pilot Program to fill an unmet need in Canada. Although there are some initiatives at provincial levels, there was currently no nationwide equine biosurveillance program in the country, until now.

What if you woke up and didn’t know where you were? Say you started a task, something you’ve done a million times before, only to realize you can’t figure it out. Now add chronic fatigue and panic attacks. Can we even begin to understand the world of someone dealing with a traumatic brain injury (TBI)?

You’re invited to join the Arabian Horse Association (AHA) in celebrating the beauty and versatility of the Arabian horse at The Canadian National Arabian and Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show from August 11-17, 2019, at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba.

Aurora, ON (July 1, 2019) – Intercity Insurance Services Inc., a national leader in equine insurance and risk management based in Aurora, Ontario, announced its name change to CapriCMW Insurance Services Ltd., effective July 1, 2019.

Canadian Horse Journal and its talented writers received multiple honours for editorial excellence during the American Horse Publications 2019 Equine Media Awards held during the AHP High Desert Media Roundup annual conference held in Albequerque, New Mexico, from May 30 to June 1, 2019. Held annually since 1974, this year’s AHP Awards competition for material published in 2018 attracted 711 entries from 119 members representing the top equine media from across North America.

Langley, BC, May 30, 2019 – Horse Council BC and the BC Ministry of Agriculture are conducting a province-wide Equine Economic Impact Survey. Whether you are a weekend trail rider, a breeder, or a top-ranked barrel racer, your input is invaluable to the creation of an accurate study. The past ten years have seen significant population growth, economic challenges, and a changing perspective on agriculture and livestock among the general public.

In being asked if I could compile a short history of Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association (CADORA) in this 50th anniversary of its inception, my initial thought was that our long-time President Don Barnes had said it all in our Spring e-blast, part of which is included later. On reflection though, his view was from Ontario, which is quite a different perspective than those of us here in the West. It is true that the overall structure of the national organization was created in 1969; it is also true that it was visionary to plan for an umbrella national organization spreading to provincial groups to represent and develop membership within local area groups across the country.




Olds College. Join us at our Open House, October 18, 2019!