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Things Happening:

Miles in Motion

April 1, 2023 - October 31, 2023

Cowboy Dressage 

September 28-29, 2023

NorthWestEquest Horse Trails SK Derby

September 30 - Oct. 1, 2023

SEVA Provincial Championships

September 30 - October 1, 2023

The Evolution in Whole-Horse Soundness

September 30 - October 2, 2023

We have some new incentives for our members!

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The SHF will provide an Incentive to competitors to offset the cost of entry fees ($50.00) at an SHF Heritage Circuit or Prairie Cup Series Competition in Saskatchewan.

The SHF will provide an Incentive to Competitions to offset the cost of hiring Officials.

We are now offering Para Equestrian Nomination forms and there will be awards at our Year End!

We have also updated the Prize List Guidelines for Show Organizers.



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The Saskatchewan Horse Federation Hall of Fame congratulates Dr. Hugh Townsend and Morton Seaman on their induction into the Saskatchewan Horse Federation Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame was established to honor and recognize individuals, families and horses for their significant contributions to the province’s agricultural history, culture, industry and sport.


Dr. Hugh Townsend, DVM, MSc
Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Hugh came to the University of Saskatchewan (USask) in 1969 to pursue veterinary studies at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM). During his distinguished career spanning four decades, Hugh improved horse health through his work as a veterinarian, professor, scientist and advocate. World renowned for his expertise in equine vaccines and their efficacy, Hugh is also recognized for helping to raise millions of dollars for the WCVM’s Townsend Equine Health Research Fund — renamed in his honor in 2015.

Hugh’s many contributions to equine health and welfare continue to benefit the lives of horses in Western Canada and around the world.



Morton (Mort) Seaman

Morton Seaman from Choiceland, Saskatchewan. Since the 1950s, Mort has been part of the Choiceland and area communities with his horses. Everyone knows Mort. Whether it was for the local parades, giving the school students sleigh rides throughout the winter and wagon rides in the spring, or just heading to the coffee shop, the community could always count on Mort to have a team of Percheron horses in town.

“Morton Seaman & Family” made many appearances at Agribition where he received many honors — including the Supreme Champion Stallion.