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Vol. 50, Issue No. 7 ISSN: 1209-3955 Price $3.95


See our updated COVID-19


Section starting on Page 57


coverage in our International


COVID-19 Caring for your horse during a pandemic The situation that we are currently facing


world-wide not only impacts people but also our horses (and other animals) in our care. Make sure that you have stocked up on


extra supplies, medications, forage/feed and other necessities for all your animals. Check with your essential needs providers (i.e., feed stores) to see if they are open and if they have methods of providing you with your needs (i.e., ordering online or by phone, putting your order outside the door of the store as you arrive or


other alternatives). It is also important that you write out the


care instructions for your animals. In the event of illness or injury, you have


a plan for caring for your animals so that some- one else can step in and help. Contact your friends and acquaintances


(virtually) to ensure they are okay and have things in place and enough food, particularly those that are living alone and those that may not have a support system. Neighbours can help


arrange to bring in food and leave at their gates/steps for those that are in home isolation or assist those who are caring for animals. Download the resource provided by On-


tario Animal Health Network (OAHN) at http://bit.ly/COVID-19-Equine-Care It is a time to help support each other, and


the care of our animals is part of that. Take care everyone.


Equine Guelph


Canadian Show Jumping Team Ties For Fourth in $150,000 Nations’ Cup


Wellington, Florida – High- lighted by a strong perform- ance by 2008 Canadian Olympic champion Eric Lamaze,


the Canadian


Show Jumping Team tied for fourth place in the $150,000 CSIO4* Nations’ Cup held Saturday night, February 29, at the Winter Equestrian Festival


Wellington, FL. Eric Lamaze


in of


Wellington, FL; Vanessa Mannix of Calgary, AB; Jonathon Millar of Perth, ON; and Beth Underhill of Schomberg, ON,


ing Canadian Show Jump- ing Champions incurred four faults when they failed to clear the entire width of the open water jump. Riding for the first


time in the Wellington Na- tions’ Cup, Mannix, 30, had rails down at the liverpool obstacle at fence five as well as ‘b’ of the triple combina- tion set as fence 11 riding


Catinka 25, her 11-year-old Oldenburg mare (Catoki x Luxano). The pair also ex- ceeded the tight time al- lowed of 70 seconds to pick


Continued on Page 2


Suspension Extended for Equestrian Canada


Sanctioned Competition - See page 58


Equine Coronavirus vs COVID-19


See Page 16


7 Things To Know When Rescuing A Horse. See page 19


INSIDE repre-


sented Canada in the only Fédération Equestre Inter- nationale (FEI) sanctioned senior team event held dur- ing the 12-week Winter Equestrian Festival. A total of nine teams competed for top honours over a track set by American course de- signer, Ken Krome. Underhill, 57, and her


mount, Count Me In, got Canada off to a strong start by leaving all the rails in place. However, the reign-


The Canadian Show Jumping Team. From left to right: Beth Underhill,


COVID-19 News ...................3 Obituaries...............................4 Remembering.........................4 The Way Of Horses................6 Susan Dahl .............................8 Texas Longhorn Ranch..........9 Calgary Stampede..................9 WHAO.................................10 Hoofbeats Radio ..................12 Ontario Racing.....................13 Karen Dallimore ..................14 AGCO News........................14 Animal Welfare....................15 Horses Humans Hope ..........15 Kicking Cowgirl ..................16 Equine Coronavirus .............16 Rescuing A Horse ................19 Jan and Risty Schmidt .........20 OTRA News ........................21 OCHA News ........................23 OMSSU News .....................23 ORHA News ........................24 Horse Welfare ......................25 Sierra Acres..........................25 ORCHA News .....................25 OXC News...........................26


AQHA News........................27 OQHA News........................28 EOQHA News .....................29 Mare Purchase Program.......30 First Line Syndicate.............39 QROOI News ......................31 Adequan...............................33 Karl Slezak ..........................34 Between The Ears ................34 Laren Bode ..........................35 Lynn Palm Column. .............36 Para Sport News ..................36 Horse Listening....................37 Hay Optimizer .....................40 Ancaster Fair........................40 Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu......41 Lindsay Grice ......................41 TCCA News ........................42 Biomechanics.......................44 Mental Health ......................44 CRHRA News .....................45 Classifieds etc.................46-51 Coming Events ....................50 Real Estate ...........................52 Equitana USA......................53 Fitness for Riders.................55


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