- Equestrian Facility
- Horse Health/Welfare
Have you thought about competing in equestrian sport? Competitions, shows and events are a great way to get involved with the horse community and test your skills. Click here to learn more about competitions this year.
Do you want to compete or organize a competition? Manitoba Horse Council offers athlete development opportunities as well as resources for clubs and organizers to host sanctioned competitions.
Competitors are required to hold valid memberships in order to participate in provincial and national competitions.
For more information on concussions, safety and riding helmets, click here.
EC’s concussion-related Accidents & Return to Sport Rule came into effect Jan. 1, 2017 for all EC sanctioned competitions in Canada. The full rule can be found in the EC Rules, Section A, General Regulations, Article 101.
As part of EC’s Accident & Return to Sport Rule, and as a commitment to athlete welfare and safety, the recommended level of certification for onsite competition medical personnel at EC sanctioned competitions is First Responder.
Those interested in obtaining First Responder training and certification can find information on the Canadian Red Cross website by following these steps:
All EC Licensed Coaches are required to have a current Standard First Aid certificate.