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NOW AVAILABLE: 2021 Call for Nominations  

If you are an adult member (18 years or older) in good standing and would like to nominate someone (who is also an adult member in good standing) to be considered for a three-year term on the Board of Directors, you must submit nominations to the office of the Saskatchewan Horse Federation before January 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

 *NOTE* All nominees MUST be adult members in good standing for 2020 and 2021 at the time of nomination. Memberships are available for purchase prior to year end to ensure your membership does not lapse. Please note that a Criminal Records check is required from all candidates elected.

Successful candidates will be determined by election at the Annual General Meeting of the membership.

Read More              For the Nominations Form click here

 

 

NOW AVAILABLE: 2021 Call for Motions form for AGM March 13, 2021 

If you are an adult (18 years or older) member in good standing and would like to make a motion at the 2020 Annual General Meeting, you must submit motions to the offices of the Saskatchewan Horse Federation before January 4, 2021 at 4:00 P.M.

*NOTE* All motions MUST be made and seconded by adult individual members who are members in good standing for 2020 and 2021.  Memberships are available for purchase prior to year end to ensure your membership does not lapse.

Read More                  For the Motions Form click here

 

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Additional Sanctioning Begins July 16, 2020

We are pleased to announce that we are able to offer member sanctioning for additional equine activities within Saskatchewan.

In addition to the previously approved sanctioning, the Saskatchewan Government Guidelines released additional guidelines for Racing & Rodeo on July 16, 2020.  SHF has confirmed with Saskatchewan Government that horse shows will now fall under these guidelines.

Please refer to the Government of Saskatchewan – Race & Rodeo and the Outdoor Sports and Activities Guidelines for further details.

2020 Request for Sanction Event Form
Click for Waiver #1 - SHF Assumption of Risk Over Age of Majority Equestrian
Click for Waiver #2- SHF Assumption of Risk Under Age 18 Equestrian
Click for SHF Declaration of Compliance Equestrian
Click for Club Risk Assessment

For questions about sanctioning, contact [email protected] or call 306.780.9449

Additional Sanctioning Begins July 1, 2020

We are pleased to announce that we are able to offer member sanctioning for additional equine activities within Saskatchewan.

In addition to the previously approved sanctioning for clinics and trail rides, the June 30th Saskatchewan Government Guidelines has now provided provisions for indoor and outdoor competitions were physical distancing is possible, interprovincial competition is not permitted. Please click for Request for 2020 Sanction of Event Form

Please refer to the Government of Saskatchewan Sports and Activities Guidelines for further details.

Click for Waiver #1 - SHF Assumption of Risk Over Age of Majority Equestrian
Click for Waiver #2- SHF Assumption of Risk Under Age 18 Equestrian
Click for SHF Declaration of Compliance Equestrian
Click for Club Risk Assessment

For questions about sanctioning, contact [email protected] or call 306.780.9449

 

SHF COVID-19 Statement of Position

The Saskatchewan Horse Federation continues to work diligently on behalf of our membership to resolve a return to work framework for our sport and industry. We do this in consultation with our partners, Sask Sport, Equestrian Canada, the Ministry of Agriculture, and the Government of Saskatchewan. 
COVID-19 information is changing daily, and Saskatchewan residents are obliged to follow provincial recommendations based on emerging science and Occupational Health and Safety guidelines.
As our province moves forward through the multiple phases of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, the Saskatchewan Horse Federation will continue to advocate (where possible) on behalf of our sport and industry – keeping the health and safety of our members at the forefront at all times.

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Looking for Answers to Equine Activity and COVID?

The Saskatchewan government has set up a Business Response line to assist individuals and organizations navigate through the Re-Open plan.  If you have questions on the status of your equine operation or on the allowed business services, please consider contacting the Business Response Team at 1-844-800-8688 or e-mail [email protected]