- Learn To Ride
- Equine Welfare
Did you miss Spring Camp, don't worry it's being rerun in the Fall! Want to know what we will be hosting in the fall? Click Here for sample of sessions that will be available in the Fall!
MINI MASTER CLASSES
Each session is $25 + GST ($26.25). Register for 5 or more sessions and be entered into a draw for an Equine Guelph online course of your choice (value +$70). Click the session topic for more information.
All sessions start 6pm and run up to 2 hours dependent on topic.
|Date||Session Topic||Speaker||Registration Closes|
|March 14 2021||Conditioning the Distance Horse||Darice Whyte||Closed|
|March 21 2021||Setting Jumps & Walking Jumper Courses||Hugh Crawley||Closed|
|March 28 2021||Equine Nutrition||Kim van Cauwenberghe||Closed|
|April 4 2021||Acupuncture & Adjacent Therapies for Equines||Dr. Stephanie Snell from Central Veterinary Services||Closed|
|April 18 2021||Tendon & Ligament Rehabilitation||Dr. Dave Snell from Central Veterinary Services||Closed|
|April 25 2021||Equine Ulcers||Dr. Gillian Dobson and/or Dr. Kirstie Oswald from Elm Creek Equine||April 12 2021|
April 21, 2021, 6:00pm-10:00pm
(Comp-Intro) (Online). Course fee - $40.00
If you have any questions or concerns about this or any other NCCP course please contact Bree Langlais at email@example.com
EC's ECampus’s live training calendar includes a suite of online NCCP Multi-sport Training Modules tailored to equestrian coaches, offered as a result of EC’s strengthened partnership with the CAC’s Provincial/Territorial Coaching Representatives. The Coaches Association of Ontario (CAO) is graciously supporting the first wave of training modules.
Additionally, EC has developed three NCCP Equestrian-specific Training Modules:
For information and how to access these courses through MyEC, follow this link.
Running a horse business is more than being good in the saddle. Like any business, without good groundwork (this time at the desk) your business income and expenses will run like an unhandled colt. At this webinar, find out how you can set up your basics to get things in control. Hear from experts in accounting, law and insurance on how you can make the most from your hard work.
FREE to current Manitoba Horse Council members; $10 (including GST) for non-members
Registration details will be announced when the date is confirmed.
Manitoba Horse Council arranges Rider Level evaluations for those competent riders who wish to challenge the Levels prior to going forward to Instructor or Competition Coach/Specialist. If you do not have your own coach who can refer you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more. If you are working towards EC certified status, you will also be interested in a Coaching Camp (see April 9 - 11)
Does your equestrian career plan include being an English Instructor? If you have achieved English Rider Level 6 or Pony Club C2 you can register for this evaluation.
Registration and Lesson Plans deadline is (tba) so register soon for time to work on your lesson plans.
Sample form: Instructor Evaluation Registration Form (fillable PDF - please remember to SAVE before sending to us)
If you are still working towards Rider Level 6, check out the information and get a head start on some of the pre-requisites. If you feel your riding and stable management experience is at a high level, there is the opportunity to "challenge" Rider 6, 7 or 8 (ie go straight to that level without being tested individually at the lower levels. Ask your coach, or call MHC's office at 204-529-5718 or email email@example.com
Sample form: English Competition Coach Registration Form (fillable PDF - please remember to print yourself a copy prior to submitting)
Does your career plan include being a Western Instructor? If you have achieved the EC Rider Level 4 you can register for this evaluation.
Registration date tba. Completed Lesson Plans (issued by the office on registration) and Emergency Action Plan tba.
Sample form: Western Instructor Registration Form (fillable PDF - please remember to print yourself a copy prior to submitting)
If you are still working towards Rider Level 4, check out the information and get a head start on some of the pre-requisites. If you feel your riding and stable management experience is at a high level, there is the opportunity to "challenge" Rider 4 (ie go straight to that level without being tested individually at the lower levels). Ask your coach, or call MHC's office at 204-529-5718 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Competition Coach evaluates the rider skills involved in Western Rider Levels 1 to 4 and Intermediate Rider Basic Training; they may take students to competitions.
Sample form: Western Competition Coach Registration Form (fillable PDF - please remember to print yourself a copy prior to submitting)
The 4-module Equestrian Theory Workshop will prepare you for evaluation as an Equestrian Canada Instructor or coach. Of interest to all those embarking on a coaching career.
Go to http://www.sportmanitoba.ca/coaching for current programs. Remember, as a Certified Equestrian Canada coach your PD points should come 50% from clinics, volunteering and other professional activities; the other 50% should come from NCCP courses.
Please contact the following Sport Manitoba Regional Office staff to discuss opportunities to assist your attendance at any Coaching event.
Regional Sport Development Officer: Shannon Schade
Cell: 204-268-0153 E-mail: email@example.com
Regional Sport Development Officer: Iris Murray
Cell: 204-679-6550 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Sport Development Officer: Leanne Traynor
Cell: 204-362-0452 E-mail: email@example.com
Regional Sport Development Officer: Amy Gabler
Cell: 204-720-0127 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Sport Development Officer: Amanda Daurie
Office: 204-925-5907 Cell: 204-223-4078 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
December 2020: Coach Licensing & Covid Updates
April 2020: COVID-19 Newsletter
March 2020: March newsletter: Upcoming courses, coach licensing
July 2019: Upcoming Fall Courses.
May 2019: Equestrian Canada Coach Licensing Survey. Equestrian Canada's proposed coach licensing program
December 2018: https://mailchi.mp/b3981c26ca68/have-you-registered-yet
November 2018: https://mailchi.mp/6b0793333a6f/important-coaching-news
Manitoba Horse Council Office
145 Pacific Avenue
Winnipeg, MB, R3B 2Z6
The office remains closed to personal visitors until further notice.
Executive Director, John Savard
Phone: (204) 509-2369 (temporary)
Business Manager, Linda Hazelwood
Phone: (204) 299-0118 (temporary)