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MHC Member Liability
Who: All current members in good standing with MHC
Amount: $5,000,000 Personal Liability insurance
$ 2,500 Medical Expenses
What: Third-party liability insurance defends against lawsuits and/or settlements for bodily injury or property damage arising out of the non-commercial ownership and/or leasing of horses in the event that no other insurance is in effect. (Eg. If your horse were to cause harm to a third party). This policy will act as an excess coverage if any other insurance is in place. This policy is valid worldwide. MHC Accidental Death & Dismemberment
Who: All current members under the age of 70 in good standing with MHC
Amount: $25,000 Accidental Death & Dismemberment
What: Reimbursement to members who may become injured during horse-related sanctioned events under the supervision and at the direction of the Manitoba Horse Council, as well as during any horse-related activities including practice, training, and pleasure riding while not in ...
WANT TO GET REWARDED FOR SIMPLY RIDING OR DRIVING YOUR HORSE?
The Manitoba Horse Council (MHC) Ride and Drive program rewards riders and drivers of horses for logging the hours they spend riding or driving. It is open to all MHC Recreational members having fun with their horses! Even those who rent/lease a horse are eligible to participate.
There is no age restriction - it’s for the young and the young-at-heart! All that is required is your yearly MHC Recreation membership. Then start counting the hours of fun and relaxation riding/driving your horses. The hours accumulate and continue to build up even if you have to re-register (this means you never lose your hours).The ultimate goal of 4,000 hours is worth striving for!
Rewards are progressive, starting with the 25 hour level and ending at the 4000 hour level. Hours spent riding or driving must be logged on a daily basis on a Ride & Drive log sheet and submitted at each level.
An MHC Ride & Drive Log Book can be ...
Do you want to have a say in your Manitoba Horse Council? All current members of Manitoba Horse Council are eligible to stand for nomination to a Board position; and to comment on our proposed bylaw amendments.
Current members of Manitoba Horse Council have a vote and a say in the organization of Manitoba Horse Council, the financial activities, and who represents you on our Board of Directors. Our Annual Meeting is a forum to exercise your democratic right as a voting member.
Manitoba Horse Council Annual Meeting of Members Thursday, April 18, 2019 Sport Manitoba Sport For Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg MB 5:30 p.m. Registration 6:00 p.m. Meeting Notice of Annual Meeting of Members
Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Members of Manitoba Horse Council will be held on Thursday April 18, 2019 to: transact the annual business of Manitoba Horse Council, namely, to: receive and consider the President's report and Treasurer's report and the financial statements for the ...
To be added to our newsletter regarding Coaching, Officials and other professional equestrian activities please email MHC office at [email protected] Jumper Judge's Clinic
November 10, 2018:
Learn from Dr Billy Wiltshire, EC Senior Jumper Judge, about judge's responsibilities and relationships on course, EC Rules, Ground Jury, Marking, Common problems with different types of competitions, order of go and timekeeping, plus many other points.
Sport Manitoba, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg
Register here: Jumper Judge's Clinic Registration Form Hunter, Hack & Equitation Clinic
November 11, 2018:
Meet Tracy Dopko, EC Senior Hunter, Hack and Hunt Seat Equitation Judge to learn about Officials Ethics and conduct, Hunter form and movement, judging conformation, judging the Hack Division, Hunt Seat Equitation and a wide range of other applicable topics.
Sport Manitoba, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg
Register here: Hunter Hack & Equitation Clinic Registration ...
All Manitoba Horse Council (MHC) members in good standing are members of Equestrian Canada (EC) and join horse enthusiasts across the country supporting the interests of equestrian sport, recreation and industry. All MHC members are eligible to apply for Equestrian Canada Competitive Sport Licenses, enter into the EC Learn to Ride, Coaching, and Official Certification and Recognition programs, purchase EC Horse Passports, and access other EC programs.
MHC Member Liability
Who: All current members in good standing with MHC
Amount: $5,000,000 Personal Liability insurance (subject to a deductible of $1,000 for Property Damage claims). There is no deductible for Bodily Injury claims.
What: Third-party liability insurance defends against lawsuits and/or settlements for bodily injury or property damage arising out of the non-commercial ownership and/or leasing of horses in the event that no other insurance is in effect. (For instance, if your horse caused harm to a third party.) This policy will act as an excess coverage if any other insurance is in place, and is valid worldwide.
Detailed information at this link: Member Liability Insurance MHC Accidental Death & Dismemberment
Who: All current members under the age of 90 in good standing with MHC.
Amount: $30,000 Accidental Death & Dismemberment
What: A lump sum payment if you suffer from a listed (scheduled) injury that arises from participation in equine related activities, ...
Are you thinking about becoming an Equestrian Canada (EC) Official? Officials represent EC as a national governing body, serving, promoting and protecting the interests of horses and equestrians.
From judges to stewards to course designers, officials are instrumental to competitions; ensuring participants can enjoy a safe, fair and fun equestrian sport.
Please see Equestrian Canada's website for more information: https://www.equestrian.ca/programs-services/officials Types of EC Officials
EC certifies the following general types of officials: Course Designers Equine Medication Control Technicians Judges Stewards Technical Delegates Para-Equestrian Classifiers Veterinarians
Specific types of officials (i.e. Dressage Judge, Jumping Course Designer, etc.) vary by discipline/breed sport. See discipline-specific EC Rules for full information. How to Become an EC Official
The application process to become an EC official varies by type of official and discipline. See discipline-specific EC Rules ...
All Manitoba-bred Thoroughbreds that have excelled in areas outside racing such as Hunter/Jumper, Three-day Eventing, Dressage, Barrel Racing, etc. are eligible.
To nominate a horse, send a resume of accomplishments and any relevant documentation of achievements together with the name and address of the current owner and a photocopy of the registration certificate.
The award for the Outstanding Manitoba-bred Sport Horse of the Year will be presented to the owner and breeder at the Annual Awards Evening which will be held on Friday, May 10th, at the Assiniboia Downs.
If you have any questions regarding this award, call the CTHS office at 204-832-1702.
Send your nominations, postmarked or email, by March 29, 2019 to: CTHS (Manitoba Division) Box 46152, Westdale P.O. Winnipeg, Manitoba R3R 3S3 email: [email protected]
Manitoba Horse Council is pleased at this time to announce two new programs being introduced Nationwide, with the mandate to support Equestrian Athletes across the country under the age of 25. The programs are being designed to help identify those who have the potential in becoming Canada’s next High-Performance Athletes.
Funding for the programs has been graciously provided from the J.C. Anderson Family Foundation and the J.C. Anderson Legacy Fund through The Calgary Foundation and the Alberta Sport Connection Donation Program to the Alberta Equestrian Federation (AEF) for purposes of supporting Athlete Development. John Anderson, a member of the Canadian Equestrian Team has helped make this funding and programs possible.
Program 1: The J.C. Anderson Legacy Medal will be a Jumper based Medal Series open to ANY athlete under the age of 25 as of January 1st. Medal classes will be held at competitions across the country at 1.20m-1.25m. Any competitor who competes in a minimum of 2 J.C. Anderson ...
All MHC members are eligible to apply for Sport Manitoba grants. Contact the MHC office for more details. Other Services
All MHC members have access to Sport Manitoba Print Shop Services at a discounted rate and access to Sport Manitoba meeting rooms at no charge provided the use is for equestrian sport-related activities. Contact the MHC office for more details.
MHC members are eligible for a preferential subscription rate at $24.00 to The Canadian Horse Journal magazine.
Payment can be added to your membership application.
For more info see: www.horsejournals.com
All Manitoba Horse Council (MHC) members in good standing are members of Equestrian Canada (EC) and join horse enthusiasts across the country supporting the interests of equestrian sport, recreation and industry. All MHC members are eligible to apply for Equine Canada Competitive Sport Licenses, enter into the EC Learn to Ride, Coaching, and Official Certification and Recognition programs, purchase EC Horse Passports, and access other EC programs.
All MHC members are eligible for participation in member-only programs that MHC provides locally. These courses include Theory courses, Coach Updates , Officials Updates , Athlete Development courses / clinics , Recreation programs , and Learn to Ride programs . MHC member athletes are also eligible for participation in MHC’s annual Manitoba Equestrian Championship .
MHC Senior members (age 18+) receive voting privileges at the MHC Annual General Meeting and/or Council of Clubs meetings.
2019 Membership runs from January 1, 2019 (or subsequent date of purchase) until December 31, 2019. We hear that many members wait until show season, but by doing this, three or four months of valuable insurance coverage is lost. It is to your benefit to renew at the earliest reminder. 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. Thank you! Experience the benefits of membership
Horse enthusiasts know that the 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, the 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, the MHC is committed to horse welfare, advocacy and accessibility.
Every member receives ...
Equestrian Canada Long-Term Equine Development Information:
A Parent’s Guide to LTED
Long-Term Athlete Development Backgrounder
10 Key Factors to LTED Success
Equestrian Canada Athlete Development Programs
Equestrian Canada (EC) facilitates the following programs to up-and-coming young athletes to support development and talent identification.
See https://www.equestrian.ca/programs-services/athlete-development FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships
The FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC) is the premiere equestrian competition in North America for junior and young riders, aged 14-21. Young equestrians vie for team and individual medals in the FEI disciplines of Dressage, Endurance, Eventing, Jumping, Para-Dressage and Reining.
See https://www.equestrian.ca/programs-services/athlete-development for more information Dressage Orion Cup
The Orion Cup was created in ...
Competition Organizer Resources Medication Control Canadian Interprovincial Equestrian Championships (CIEC) Manitoba Equestrian Championships (MEC) Heritage Classic Show Circuit Upcoming Manitoba Competition Events
The J.C. Anderson Legacy Medal is a Jumper based Medal Series open to ANY athlete under the age of 25 as of January 1st. Medal classes will be held at competitions across the country at 1.20m-1.25m. Any competitor who competes in a minimum of 2 J.C. Anderson Legacy Medal classes during the year will be eligible to compete in the Eastern Regional Finals (Angelstone) and the Western Regional Finals (Rocky Mountain Show Jumping). The top 10 athletes from each region will be invited to compete at the National Finals to be held in 2018 at the prestigious Royal West. $40,000 in Athlete Development Bursaries will be awarded to the 20 qualifying riders in the amount of $2,000 each. The bursaries will be distributed to them, through the AEF and then by each respective Provincial/Territorial ...
English riding is a form of horse riding seen throughout the world. There are many variations, but all feature a flat English saddle without the deep seat, high back or saddle horn seen on a Western saddle nor the knee pads seen on an Australian Stock Saddle. Saddles within the various English disciplines are all designed to allow the horse the freedom to move in the optimal manner for a given task, ranging from classical dressage to horse racing. English bridles also vary in style based on discipline, but most feature some type of noseband as well as closed reins, buckled together at the ends, that prevents them from dropping on the ground if a rider becomes unseated. Clothing for riders in competition is usually based on traditional needs from which a specific style of riding developed, but most standards require, as a minimum, boots; breeches or jodhpurs; a shirt with some form of tie or stock; a hat, cap, or equestrian helmet; and a jacket. English riding is an equestrian discipline with many different ...