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MARCH 21 and 22, 2020
General Stewards and Dressage Clinic, with Susan Adey (FEI 2 Jumper, Senior National General Steward and Senior Dressage Steward - Manitoba) and Anne Welch (FEI 1 Jumper, FEI 2 Dressage, Senior Dressage and Senior General Steward - Ontario).
Theatre Room, Sport Manitoba, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg
Save $52.50: register by the Early Bird deadline of January 31, 2020.
Final deadline February 25, 2020
Funding may be available to MHC members who presently ARE NOT EC Officials. See page 2 of the Registration Form.
Sport Manitoba 2020 Apprentice Officials Program: EC General Regulations A1314
Manitoba General Performance and Western Judging Program
Existing experienced judges and current and former Equestrian Canada judges are encouraged to apply for accreditation under this new Manitoba program, with a streamlined process that takes into account their previous experience, as well as people wishing to enter the judging stream to become newly licensed in Manitoba.
An Official's Development/Refresher clinic was held with Equestrian Canada Senior General Performance and Western Judge, Tracy Dopko. This clinic was mandatory if you wished to apply for accreditation in Manitoba as a new judge, and was offered at a special rate for current judges wishing to maintain status.
Contact MHC's office if you are interested in any upcoming Judges' Clinics
New applicants must
• be a Manitoba Horse Council member
• be at least 21 years of age; and
• have had previous experience as either a competitor, coach, judge, trainer, or instructor in their respective field
• attend an Officials Development/Refresher Course and achieve a minimum score of 80% in a take-home, open book examination.
On completion of the course your name and contact information will be listed on Manitoba Horse Council's website as an accredited Manitoba judge. You may also be eligible to apply to Sport Manitoba (via Manitoba Horse Council) for assistance with professional development costs. (See the brochure for more details.)
Please download Application forms and other documentation, or for more information you can call Linda Hazelwood, Business Manager, at 204-925-5718.