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Horse Day 2019 is coming June 1st!

About Horse Day

Each year, the first Saturday of June is marked as Canada’s National Horse Day. Together, Equestrian Canada and the provincial/territorial equestrian organizations invite all Canadians to take this unique opportunity to honour, discover, and explore the equestrian world. For many Canadians, Horse Day is the chance to get up close and personal with a horse for the first time. Horse Day is also the perfect opportunity to acknowledge both the important contributions made by horses in our nation’s heritage, as well as the fact that people of all ages and experience levels can continue to enjoy horses in sport and leisure. For more information on Horse Day, visit www.equestrian.ca/events-results/horseday.

Horse Day was created to raise public awareness and promote the beloved horse. Across the country, events and celebrations will take place on June 1 to allow Canadians of all ages and experience levels to honour, discover and explore the equestrian world.

Make Horse Day part of your spring celebrations. There are many ways to jump in and get involved

Learn more about Horse Day 2019 HERE

Want to host a Horse Day 2019 event? Register your event HERE

Find a Horse Day 2019 Event near you HERE (and check back often as more events are added!)

Encourage youth between the ages of 3 and 16 to enter the Horse Day 2019 National Drawing Contest for the chance to win exciting prizes! Learn more about the drawing contest HERE

And be sure to capture your Horse Day fun on camera for the chance to win! To enter the Horse Day Photo Contest, simply post your Horse Day photos to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram on June 1, 2019 using the hashtag #HorseDay2019

For more information on Horse Day 2019, visit www.equestrian.ca/events-results/horseday or contact Jessie Christie, Senior Manager of Marketing and Communications, by email at [email protected] or by phone at 1-866-282-8395 x 133

Or contact [email protected] for specific Horse Day initiatives in BC!