12/ MARCH/APRIL 2017 THE RIDER System Fencing celebrates 30 years!

Written by: Amelia Jaggard This spring System

Fencing is celebrating 30 years in the business. Sys- tem Fencing is an industry leader in North America in providing a variety of equine products ranging from complete stall systems to horse fencing. At System Fencing horse people can shop for all of their equip- ment and accessory needs in one place. Dwayne Job, Founder

and President of System Fencing, started the busi- ness in high school, while working at the front counter of his father’s feed store. One day a customer came into the store and asked if they offered fencing serv-

ices. At the time they did not, but Job’s response was a yes. At that point on, they were in the fencing busi- ness. Job recalled, “We felt there was a need for high- end products similar to Flex Fencing in the market- place.”

After graduating from

Guelph University with a Management Economics degree, Job started running the business full time. System Fencing’s mis-

sion is to provide their cus- tomers with the best fence and stall systems, the best service and selection, in- cluding the best quality and price. System Fencing is committed to growing the equine industry as a whole.

Supporting youth and other “up and coming” equine en- thusiasts is important to the people at System Fencing. System Fencing has

always been a very active contributor to therapeutic riding associations from The Equestrian Association for the Disabled (TEAD), Sun- rise Therapeutic Riding and Learning Centre, Sari Ther- apeutic Riding and many others. Job said, “I believe in giving back to the indus- try that gives to you.” `The business spon-

sors horse shows, riding clubs, and the Ontario Equestrian Federation in re- cent years. Their $50 off campaign for the OEF has gave back over $180,000

back into the industry. Sys- tem Fencing has just re- design their


program to give back five per-cent to riding clubs and associations that get their members to sign up their riding school, club or asso- ciation. Job said he attributes

the business’s success over the past three decades to al- ways looking after their cus- tomers, saying, “We combine excellent service with a high degree of knowledge into helping our customers.” Job said System Fenc-

ing will continue to better the business, saying, “We are going to continue to make it easy. Easy for the

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43 horses last January at Classy Lane Training Cen- tre has touched the lives of many, affecting even those outside the harness racing industry without any attach- ment to horses and more than a year after the tragedy. A total of 27 artists

The fire that claimed

pieces. Not a horse owner himself, he speaks glow- ingly of the equine and its place in society. “They’re a beautiful el-

have collaborated for an ex- hibition titled 43 Horses: Enduring Spirits. The exhi- bition includes 43 horse- themed contemporary artworks that include paint- ings, drawings, mixed media, photography, and sculptures. Artists taking part in the exhibit are a di- verse group, ranging from seasoned to developing tal- ent from Ontario and Mani- toba.

Goertzen of Horndean, Man. will offer a number of

Welding artist Jake

egant animal,” Goertzen told Pembina Valley Online, noting the role of horses in agriculture, sports and war- fare over the course of his- tory.

horses,” said Curator Leanne Baldwin. “I just thought it would be a nice way to recognize and pay tribute to the horse.” The event is free, and

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