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If you don't remember your login name and/or password - just click on the RESET PASSWORD button displayed when you try to log in. The most usual instance not allowing you to login is having a different email address from that on our file.
New for 2020 is:
We do note that many addresses in the Oakbank/Dugald/Springfield areas have changed during 2019. Please remember to make the necessary updates.
Also, please check whether your cellphone number and/or landline number are recorded in the correct slot. We noted during 2019 that some of these flipped as a result of a computer glitch.
If you purchased an Extended Membership with Additional Insurance Options in the fall, please remember that the insurance options lapsed on December 31, 2019 and should be renewed for 2020.
JANUARY 16, 2020 - Provincial Park Passes
Manitoba Horse Council will no longer be operating as a vendor for Provincial Park Passes. The province has advised that they are going to an online system in April and it is not feasible for MHC to work with this system. We will post here when the online system is available to the public. Current passes are valid to the end of March. If you do not have a pass and are using the parks, short-term passes can still be purchased at regular outlets. If you do not have internet to purchase a pass in April, there will be a 1-800 number to call and a pass will be mailed to you.
Manitoba Horse Council will be honoring all Park Pass purchases to date, and will be emailing purchasers for a vehicle plate number.
Horse enthusiasts know that Manitoba Horse Council adds value to their equestrian lifestyle.
That’s because 2000+ horse enthusiasts are MHC members who reap the benefits of belonging. From services and information to benefits not found anywhere else, MHC represents individual members and clubs from all sectors of the horse industry.
For professionals, amateurs, competitors and recreational enthusiasts of all ages and disciplines, MHC is committed to horse welfare, advocacy and accessibility.
Every member receives industry leading insurance coverage at preferential rates. And only members are able to participate in MHC and Equestrian Canada programs, receive free e-newsletters and enjoy insider updates on equine events and news.
MHC members continue to be eligible for a preferential subscription rate to Canadian Horse Journal magazine.
We invite you to join your fellow horse enthusiasts today!
Why should I be an MHC Member?
MHC encourages members to use the online system wherever possible. If you don't remember your User Name and/or Password for online renewals - please click on the Reset Button that appears on the right hand side of the screen and follow the prompts. Currently the expanded 2020 options are being uploaded to the system and tested so there may be periods when online registration is not available. If you need to renew your membership immediately please call 204-925-5718/5719 and someone will help you.
Check out MHC's member insurance benefits here.
If you plan on competing during 2020 you will be required to have a competitive MHC membership. An Adult competitive membership is $63.00; a Youth membership is $52.00. The cut-off age between the two is 18.
If you do not plan on competing in 2020, the MHC Recreation membership offers insurance benefits and other programs, at $41.00 whether Adult or Youth.
Note re Recreation Rider membership: if you compete at all, even at a fun show, or just once a year, a full membership must be purchased .
Family Memberships are also available for $126 (Competitive) or $82 (Recreation). Can be two adults, or a Youth and an Adult - plus $20 for each additional Youth after the first two members, all living at the same address.
Other options are Golden memberships (Those between 70 and 90 years of age, and who compete) $50.00, and Friends of Horses $27.00 (Non-riders/drivers who are not active in daily equine activities). Friends of Horses receive liability insurance benefits only.
Please login with the button below using your User Name and Password.
If you've forgotten your Password, please use the Reset Password link upon clicking the login page button to reset your Password.
If you receive an error message regarding your User Name, please use the Other Login Help link upon clicking the login page button to re-create a User Name and Password.
If you are a brand new member OR have been a MHC member in the past who has not used the online membership system before, please create an initial User Name and Password by using the Sign Up page:
If it is stated that your record is not found, it likely means the email address you entered does not match the email address MHC has on file. To rectify this, please contact the MHC office.
We understand that some members have difficulty with online subscriptions for one reason or another, so although we encourage everyone to renew online, we have provided a form which you can download and fill in by hand, or fill in the PDF (and save), print out and mail or email complete with payment.
The application and payment can be submitted via mail or email and payment can be by cheque, credit card or e-transfer to [email protected] . We do not recommend sending credit card information by email. E-transfer is available for online membership applications but membership will not be complete until the e-transaction has been deposited. Please use your membership number as the password. Membership can also be applied for or renewed via phone by contacting the MHC office at 204-925-5718 or 204-925-5719.