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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.

Prairieland Park organizers and the Saskatchewan Equine Expo committee would like to thank their partners, The Saskatchewan Horse Federation, and the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, along with all the sponsors, media, and volunteers who helped to make the 7th Annual Saskatchewan Equine Expo such an amazing success.

Equestrian Canada (EC) is pleased to announce that Richard Mongeau has been appointed EC Chief Executive Officer, effective April 1, 2018.

Inmates are learning to care for large animals through a unique program on the grounds of the Okanagan Correctional Centre (OCC) near Oliver. Through a partnership with the Osoyoos Indian Band (OIB), trained handlers are on hand each morning to guide up to six participating inmates in the care, feeding, grooming, and washing of two horses: Roanie, a red-roan, nine-year-old Mustang, and Gypsy, a gold-brown, 18-year-old Quarter-Mustang. While participants won’t be riding the range, the horse program is designed to put them back in the saddle with new job skills when they’re released from custody.

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is an 18-day fair held annually at the end of August in Toronto, Ontario. Visitors come to enjoy the variety of events hosted by the CNE reflecting the charming character of Toronto and the surrounding area while highlighting historical traditions. The CNE attracts youth to the equine industry through two main attractions: Horsepower Live and Horse Capades, both of which are free after general admission to the CNE, increasing the attractiveness of these events to potential visitors.

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