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The excitement is building as national championships are set to return to the Royal Horse Show to celebrate its centennial year! Just as show season is ramping up, Equestrian Canada (EC) is setting its sights on how it will culminate. Now six months away, EC’s national championships will be a part of the 100th anniversary celebrations during the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, returning to Toronto’s Exhibition Place November 4 to 13, 2022.

The first few months of 2022 have been extremely busy for the Canadian Quarter Horse Association (CQHA), its members, and its board of directors. The American Quarter Horse Association’s (AQHA) annual convention was hosted in Las Vegas, NV in February, which resulted in five new Canadian AQHA directors being appointed for the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec. Work also began there to start promoting CQHA hosted, Canadian Quarter Horse breeding farm and ranch tours to international guests for summer 2022 and 2023, an endeavour to promote and export the quality genetics and Quarter Horses that Canada produces.

The Can-Am Equine All Breeds Expo regrettably announces the postponement of both shows in Ancaster, ON and Chilliwack, BC to spring of 2023.

Stephen Clarke’s “Build a Better Dressage Horse” Clinics 2021 - Canadian Dressage Riders and Owners (CADORA) Inc. last hosted Stephen Clarke in 2019 before COVID-19 changed all of our lives and travel became virtually impossible. However, we are thrilled to say that as of today we do have two clinics booked for this October and as long as COVID-19 allows, Stephen Clarke has agreed to come to Canada to entrance us with his skills once again.

It can be said that breeding horses is not for the faint of heart. It takes a lot of time, energy, and perseverance to develop a foal into a competent athlete, let alone one that can shine in world class competition. Yet six Canadian breeding operations proved again this past summer that Canada is quite capable of breeding such horses.

July 15, 2021 – Thirty-six horses flew into Japan last night – the first full cargo load of horses ever to land in Haneda, the waterfront airport that serves the greater Tokyo area and which is now welcoming a very different group of Olympic athletes.

Equestrian Canada (EC) is excited to announce the Canadian athletes that will be competing at the 2021 FEI Vaulting World Championships.

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