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Manitoba Horse Council (MHC) is the Provincial Sport Organization for a variety of clubs each organizing and representing specific equestrian disciplines and/or horse breeds. MHC aims to provide its clubs with a variety of resources, including comprehensive insurance packages, access to MHC programs, and various types of grant funding including clinic support, championship hosting, bingo allocations, and assistance to clubs' athletes, coaches, and officials.
MHC is now accepting renewals and applications for the 2017 Club Membership year. This year runs from January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017.
MHC values the purpose and voice that clubs hold in Manitoba’s equestrian community, and seeks the inclusion of local and provincial equine-related clubs of all types. MHC membership allows clubs the opportunity for greater impact on Manitoba’s equestrian community. MHC encourages all its clubs to use this voice and help MHC implement positive growth.
Club membership benefits include voting privileges, club insurance, access to MHC programs and funding exclusive to clubs, and more. Please see the below Club Information Package.
Fees for MHC Club Membership are as follows:
Insurance Coverage: $300.00
MHC Club Membership: $350.00 ($150 rebate available)
Recommended Full MHC Club Package (includes Insurance and MHC Club Membership): $650.00
>>> 2017 Club Information Package
This package details the criteria and benefits of MHC Club Membership, including the Liability Insurance Package.
To apply or renew, the following forms must be completed:
All forms, requirements, and fees specified on the forms' application checklist must be submitted to MHC in full with payment. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Manitoba Horse Council Office
145 Pacific Avenue
Winnipeg, MB, R3B 2Z6
Phone: (204) 925-5719
Fax: (204) 925-5703
Email: [email protected]
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