Provincial Horse Federations
From the Rockies to our eastern islands, horse federations across Canada have come together in partnership with Equine Guelph to offer their English-speaking members equine training and education through The Horse Portal.
Federation Portal Training Pages
For upcoming course offerings and member discounts, visit your provincial federation’s Portal Training page below.
Alberta’s premier resource for education, information and support for the entire equine community. To assist in creating a positive environment for the enjoyment of equines. Through leadership and a proactive approach we promote, facilitate, and coordinate equestrian related activities in Alberta.
Equine Association of Yukon (EAY) is the umbrella organization for all equestrian activities in the Yukon. It is a not-for-profit sport governing body, otherwise known as a Territorial Sport Organization (TSO), which provides leadership, education and support to individuals, associations, and businesses in Yukon’s horse community.
Horse Council BC is a membership-driven not-for-profit association representing the interests of the equine industry in all sectors throughout British Columbia.
The objectives of Island Horse Council are: to promote, conduct and manage a Council for the benefit of Prince Edward Island equestrians; to provide a unified voice for the horse industry on Prince Edward Island; to establish a liaison with any authorities, including federal, provincial, and municipal governments, and provincial or national Horse Councils or Equestrian Federations; and to encourage the development of all aspects of horsemanship, health, education, training, competition, breeding, facilities and humane practices.
Manitoba Horse Council (MHC) is a not-for-profit organization representing clubs and individual members involved in equine activity in Manitoba. MHC is the recognized governing body for equestrian sport in the province; providing support, leadership and resources to develop athletes and protect the interests of Manitoba’s equestrian enthusiasts.
The New Brunswick Equestrian Association is a not-for-profit sport-governing office that provides education, leadership and support to individuals, associations and businesses in New Brunswick’s horse community. We provide our members with a variety of services, programs and benefits, and we represent their interests to the general public and to varying levels of government.
The NEA is a not for profit organization , and is the provincial organization for equestrian sport and leisure in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Since its inception in the 1970’s, the Nova Scotia Equestrian Federation (NSEF) has been the official governing body for equestrian sport in Nova Scotia, acting on behalf and for its members. As a membership-driven not-for-profit association the NSEF represents the equine and equestrian related interests throughout Nova Scotia.
Supports all Ontario equestrians involved at all levels of participation including grassroots participants (new riders, free riders, riders in lessons), competitive and developmental high performance riders have access to high quality programs, certified coaches, safe and well governed facilities, competition with certified judges, stewards and course designers.
The Saskatchewan Horse Federation is the only equestrian body recognized by Sask Sport, and thus has a voice within the Government of Saskatchewan. The organization is a not-for-profit association that represents its members on horse and equestrian issues in the province of Saskatchewan.