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Maritime Quarter Horse Association

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The New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture, and Fisheries has released a statement regarding its intentions with veterinary services to horse owners.

Click here to read the brief statement.  

  

 

Are you a resident of York County, headed to an agricultural or veterinary college or university this year? You may be eligible for the Frank Fraser Joslin and Blanche I. (Hood) Joslin Scholarship, with a minimum value of $6000. 

 

Criteria include:

  • Student must be graduating from a York County, NB high school
  • Student must be between the ages of 17 and 30 at the time of application
  • Student must have been a resident of York County for at least three years prior to his or her application
  • Student must show proof of application to an accredited agricultural college/university program or veterinary college/university program

Click here for more details and an application form. Deadline to apply is May 1st.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auditing fee is $20.00. Lunch will be provided.

All interested persons are welcome to attend this unique learning opportunity. 

Learn more about clinician Luke Proulx - Click here. 

 

 

 

  

 

 Click on the title above to link to the NBEA's newsletter for March. There's a lot to see! 

 

 

 

Combined Driving Clinic

Clinic: Driving Officials: Judges, Technical Delegates & Course Designer

          Open to those who want to develop as a Driving Official or those who want to understand the discipline of Combined Driving.

          The focus of the clinic will be understanding the rules the discipline is based on. 

Clinician: Francois Bergeron, EC Senior Combined Driving Judge & EC recorded Combined Driving TD

Date: May 18, classroom, May 19, 20, 21 2018 practical experience

Location: Denverness Stables, 1851 Brierley Brook, Antigonish , Nova Scotia B2G 2K8

Registration: novascotiadrivingsociety.ca

Registration Form

 

 

Podium Performance Series in Moncton, join us on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21st @ 6:30PM.
Where: Moncton Crossman Community Centre / Kay Arena

A unique and engaging dynamic session that you do not want to miss!  Creating a mentorship environment; the succession line.  “Mentorship is a relationship in which advice, information, guidance, support, or opportunity are offered for professional development.” There are two different types of mentorship; formal and informal. Join our panelists; Neale Gillespie, Monette Boudreau-Carroll, and Lauren Hale-Miller. 

About our panelists: Neale Gillespie; Senior Consultant with the Coaching Association of Canada and all around Guru of Leadership Coaching advice. Monette Boudreau-Carroll is the Head Coach of Women’s Volleyball @ U de M and also the Head Coach for the 2017 Canada Summer Games Women’s Volleyball team. Lauren-Hale Miller is the Head Coach of the UNBSJ Women’s Volleyball team and was the Women in Coaching Apprentice for the 2017 Canada Summer Games Women’s Volleyball team. 

Please note this is an in person session only - FREE event 2PD points…

Register:  https://thelocker.coach.ca/<wbr />event/public/5229075

 

 

New Rules for Acquiring Antibiotics for Horses

As of December 1, 2018, Health Canada is making changes to the dispensing of all Medically Important Antimicrobials (MIAs). From that date onward, products containing antibiotics will require a prescription from a veterinarian, and can only be dispensed by a veterinarian, or licensed pharmacist. Health Canada is making these changes to aid in protecting human health by reducing the factors to the nationwide incidents of drug resistant organisms.

How does this affect horse owners and animal welfare?  Horse owners may have been in the habit of obtaining products containing antibiotics at feed stores or tack shops, rather than through their veterinarian.  They may also have imported products containing antibiotics for their own use from the US, or from online pharmacies in the past.  These options will no longer be available.  Those without a veterinarian, with whom they have a valid veterinary-client-patient-relationship, will not be able to access products that contain antibiotics without a prescription.  Horse owners in remote areas may have greater difficulty obtaining products containing antibiotics.

 ♦  Read more here, including links to Health Canada's guidelines for horse owners. 

 ♦  FACT SHEET

 ♦  List of Antibiotics requiring veterinary prescription

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing the 2018 UNB Sports Business Conference, an innovative initiative that is truly the first of its kind in Atlantic Canada! This weekend conference has the potential to help propel the industry in New Brunswick forward... be part of the conversation!

 

The theme of the conference is Be A Game Changer and focuses on innovation and forward-thinking. The vision behind the UNB Sports Business Conference is to inspire delegates to continue to make a significant difference in the industry. The conference will welcome 25+ captivating speakers and 150+ delegates from across the country to engage in a proactive conversation that will help propel the industry forward. From incredible professional development and networking opportunities to hearing 4 speakers talk about their 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic/Paralympic experience, this is an event never seen before in Atlantic Canada! 

    

Click here for more details, list of speakers, and link to register.  

 

 

As New Brunswickers, we are all too familiar with the damaging potential of snow melt run-off, ice jams in our streams and rivers, flash floods during a mid-winter rain storm, and spring freshet flooding. As a horse owner, are you prepared for flooding at your stable? It can happen nearly anywhere.

Check out the list of resources available at

The Horse Welfare Alliance

and check your emergency preparedness for flooding. 

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Keep an eye on the local situation with the NB River Watch website.

 

 

 

Click the title above to see the entire NBEA February newsletter. So much is going on! 

 

  

Horse Welfare Alliance of Canada

Survey Follow-up Results 

The initial equine Code survey results showed need for a follow-up survey to further assess respondent’s compliance with the Requirements in the Code. The follow-up survey ran from 27 NOV 2017 to 20 DEC 2017.

Attached is the summary report for the follow-up survey. The survey was sent to 207 people from the initial survey who indicated they were aware of the Equine Code and interested and willing to participate and provide further detail.

Follow-Up Survey Summary

 

 Code of Practice 

 for the 

 Care and Handling of Equines 

 

$150,000.00 Will Be Distributed To Under 25 Show Jumping Athletes Across Canada! 

February 12, 2018

The NBEA 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.

Click here for more details       JC Anderson Medal Class Athlete Declaration Form 

 

 
Canada Gaining New FEI Event at Foshay in New Brunswick in 2018!

 

 

LTED 2.0

Have you heard about LTED 2.0? Click here and watch this video to learn more!

 

 

Equestrian Canada Introduces Long-Term Equestrian Development 2.0

Ottawa, ON, July 21, 2017 Equestrian Canada (EC) is pleased to introduce Long-Term Equestrian Development (LTED) 2.0 — a resource to benefit all equestrian participants, from athletes and parents to coaches and officials to competition organizers and owners.

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Equine Disease Communication Centre Information

The EDCC (Equine Disease Communication Centre) has info on the EIA outbreaks, while it has info for North America, the CFIA is also using the system. You can sign up on the site to receive ongoing info as it becomes available.
You can also access the Cahss (Canadian Animal Health Surveillance System)....at Cahss.ca 
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Atlantic Canada Equestrian Championships

Four teams of equestrian athletes, under the auspices of the New Brunswick Equestrian Association (NBEA), will be participating in the second annual Atlantic Canada Equestrian (ACE) Championships later this show season. Horses and riders who qualify for the teams will represent the Province in the competitive disciplines of Dressage, Eventing, Jumping and Reining.

 

Watch for 2018 LTED/ACE Championships details here soon!

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