Ontario Chapter

Ontario Chapter

Ontario, Canada’s second largest province, has a diverse landscape. Ranging from rich agricultural land in the south, grasslands in the north and separated by the vast, rocky and mineral rich Canadian Shield. Ontario has more than 250,000 lakes and a diverse climate...
Maritimes Chapter

Maritimes Chapter

The Canadian Maritimes is a coastal region of Eastern Canada comprising three provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. The word ‘maritime’ means ‘of the sea’ and this association brings a strong tourism industry to the area. This is the second...
British Columbia Chapter

British Columbia Chapter

Most people are familiar with the slogan ‘Beautiful British Columbia’ as a tourist mecca, but few people are aware of its vibrant Warmblood breeding industry. With a vast Pacific Ocean coastline plus Vancouver Island, a large portion of British Columbia (BC) enjoys a...
Alberta Chapter

Alberta Chapter

Alberta is the westernmost province of the prairie heartland, bordered by the Rocky Mountains to the west. It’s also the largest horse producer regardless of breed, but in the case of Warmbloods, around 40% of annual registrations originate with Alberta breeders....
Saskatchewan Chapter

Saskatchewan Chapter

Saskatchewan is considered one of the three prairie provinces in Canada. Grassland covers the southern plains subsequently,over the years there have been many jokes about Saskatchewan being flat,”you can see your dog run away for three days”. As you move north you...
Quebec Chapter

Quebec Chapter

Famous for its maple syrup, Quebec Winter Carnival, a hockey team (the Montreal Canadiens) and an ode to winter in the North; Quebec is also an active equestrian region. Hosting the Montreal 1976 Olympic Games left a legacy of equestrian facilities. The Olympic...
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