What The CFIA Heard Report - Consultation on the Proposed Equine Infectious Anemia Disease Control Program

Earlier this year, the CFIA drafted a proposed national disease control program for equine infectious anemia. Stakeholders (horse owners and riders, land and stable owners, equine event organizers, veterinarians, equine transporters, etc) were asked to comment on the proposed program.  Here's what they heard:

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Two EC Judges Clinics to be Held April 2019

The Saskatchewan Horse Federation will be holding EC General Performance/Western and Hunter/Hack/Equitation judge clinics in Saskatoon, April 5-7, 2019.

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Dr. Byrnne Rothwell Memorial Scholarship awarded to Norah Ridley for 2018

Norah Ridley is from Osler, SK, and is a second-year student in the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Arts and Science. She plans to pursue a degree in actuarial science at the University of Regina and eventually hopes to work in the equine insurance industry as an actuary.

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Coaches Notice Regarding Respect in Sport

Equestrian Canada (EC) is proud to have officially taken the Responsible Coaching Movement Pledge as the next step in an ongoing commitment to protect the safety and welfare of all participants in equestrian sport.

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Polocrosse in the Province

If you are tired of making endless circles in an arena or frustrated at the expense and hassle of cattle, try polocrosse! Polocrosse is a team sport that anyone, on any horse, can play. The game promotes good sportsmanship but most of all, its a lot of fun. Come join us and you’ll see just what we mean when we say that polocrosse is the most fun that you can have on a horse.

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EC Equine Medication Control Update: Biophosphonates & Hemp Oil

Equestrian Canada (EC) wishes to inform stakeholders of important updates and reminders regarding the EC Equine Medication Control Program.

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Montreal Will Host Longines Global Champions Tour in 2019

In September 2019, Canada will host a leg in the LONGINES GLOBAL CHAMPIONS TOUR, the world’s premier equestrian sports series. The city of Montreal is thus becoming one of the twenty legs in this international series held in the world's largest cities.

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