Connect with a community of like-minded individuals around the sport of working equitation on a National, Regional, and local level.
Members may receive discounts at WECan Sanctioned Events.
Membership is required for all National, Regional, and A-rated shows.
Members receive a monthly electronic newsletter.
Members have access to a private members’ area on the website.
Members qualify for the Annual Achievement Awards.
Memberships support the national body as it develops the sport across Canada
We are a national not-for-profit, membership based, organization of horse enthusiasts promoting and participating in the sport of Working Equitation throughout Canada. With a focus on classical horsemanship, development of the horses with safety and welfare as a top priority, and the use of horses for ranch work and functionality, we wish to adopt the sport and respect the traditional values and rules that Working Equitation was founded on by the four pioneering countries: Italy, Portugal, Spain, and France. The vision is to see Canadians inspired to achieve personal excellence and embrace lifelong participation in the sport of working equitation with some pursuing it to an International level.
WHO WE ARE
- Fri, Jul firstname.lastname@example.orgJul 22, 7:00 a.m. – Aug 01, 11:00 email@example.comVirtual Fun Shows are a great way to participate in Working Equitation. Want to practice between live events or try showing from the comfort of your own environment? This is your chance. Gather your friends & make it an event. Open to all. See poster for details. 204-441-0358 / 204-997-9477
- Thu, Aug 04Didsbury AG GroundsAug 04, 8:00 a.m. MDT – Aug 07, 6:00 p.m. MDTDidsbury AG Grounds, 10-2040 Twp Rd 314 Didsbury, ABOur 2nd show of the year and a qualifier for the Western Regions' Championship in September. Please follow the Prairie West Chapter Working Equitation Canada Facebook page for details. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tue, Aug 16Rough Bark ArenaAug 16, 8:00 a.m. – Aug 18, 6:00 p.m.Rough Bark Arena, Trossachs, SK S0C 2N02 hr sessions with a group of 3. X 3 days. Limited indoor stalls & outdoor pens available. Dry lot camping available. $10 Lunch will be provided. More info on poster Contact Contact Haley Moats @ email@example.com
- Sat, Aug 20New Hope RanchAug 20, 8:00 a.m. – Aug 21, 6:00 p.m.New Hope Ranch, Qu'Appelle, SK S0G 4A0USAWE RECORDED "r" JUDGE JILL BARRON Aug 20- all Dressage and Intro EOH. Aug 21 EOH and Speed L2 and above. Overnight outdoor stabling available. Details, see poster. CONTACT DEE LYKE FOR MORE INFO (306) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sat, Aug 27Bouchie Lake GroundsAug 27, 8:00 a.m.Bouchie Lake Grounds, 1975 Centennial Rd Quesnel BCThe WE North Cariboo Chapter in partnership with the Quesnel & District Riding Club are excited to announce our first show. 3 phases: Dressage, EOH and Speed for Levels Children to Intermediate B L5 Judge: USAWE 'R' Judge Sue L Watkins contact Marion at email@example.com, (250)249-5872
- Sun, Aug 28Bouchie Lake GroundsAug 28, 8:00 a.m.Bouchie Lake Grounds, 1975 Centennial Rd Quesnel BCThe WE North Cariboo Chapter in partnership with the Quesnel & District Riding Club are excited to announce our first show. 3 phases: Dressage, EOH and Speed for Levels Children to Intermediate B L5 Judge: USAWE 'R' Judge Sue L Watkins contact Marion at firstname.lastname@example.org, (250)249-5872
- Wed, Sept 14Saanich Fair GroundsSept 14, 9:00 a.m. – Sept 17, 6:00 p.m.Saanich Fair Grounds, 1528 Stellys Cross Rd, Saanichton, BC V8M 1S8, CanadaThis will be the first time Working Equitation has been offered at the Games. Join us for fun ,friendly competition and be a part of the 55+ Games in beautiful Victoria BC! Registration opens March 31 ,for more info visit www.hcbc.ca or email@example.com