2021 Saskatchewan Horse Federation
Annual General Meeting
Saskatoon Inn & Conference Centre, Saskatoon, SK
March 13, 2021 - 2:15 PM
The Saskatchewan Horse Federation will host an in person AGM at the Saskatoon Inn,
Saskatoon, SK on March 13, 2021 at 2:15 PM. We are very fortunate to continue to work with
the Saskatoon Inn and their staff to meet all current safety protocols with respect to COVID 19.
For those who would like to attend, we ask that you complete the survey monkey form as our
numbers will be limited, so please sign up early.
2021 SHF Director at Large Election Process:
Due to COVID 19 restrictions, SHF has made an amendment** to the 2021 election process for this position.
- Nominations will be accepted from the floor.
- Nominator must be present at the AGM.
- Nominee does not have to be present, but SHF must have acknowledgement from the nominee that they will allow their name to stand for election.
- **Nominee, if not present, must submit a written bio that will be read in lieu of their in person presentation.
- Election will remain the same
More documents for the AGM
2020 Audited Financial Statement Proposed Bylaw Changes 2020 Draft Minutes to be approved at AGM
The SHF has added a new tab at the top of the page LTED, Long-Term Equestrian Development, for more information
Under the Industry tab a new Breeders Profile has been added. If you would like to add your information
Check out the resources for facilities, farmers, horse owners/coaches and families
2021 memberships expire December 31st.
Click here to renew your MEMBERSHIP
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.
(Click here for printed copy of statement)
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]