Further to direction given from Equestrian Canada today suspending sanctioned events until June 1, 2020, the R.D.D.A. will be cancelling the Freeze or Fry show which was scheduled for May 23-24. As disappointing as this is, we are supportive of measures being taken towards minimizing the spread of COVID-19.
We hope you all can continue to enjoy your horses, perhaps in a different way and without the agendas that shows can influence. There is a lot of uncertainty moving forward, but once things go back to normal the RDDA will look at organizing schooling shows or test days that can allow us to reconnect and reignite the excitement for showing.
Until then, take care and be safe! ❤️
RDDA in partnership with Equi-Health Canada Safety Training is pleased to offer a Safe Trailering Clinic on May 3, 2020 at Bridlewood Farms in White City, SK.
Hauling season is upon us and there are a lot of technical aspects to loading and hauling horses safely and comfortably. Whether you are hauling nationally or looking into buying your first trailer you will benefit from this full day clinic.
Equi-Health Canada has developed an accredited hands on course developed with industry experts and first responders to prepare horse owners for emergencies during transport.
-trailer construction and layout
-ensuring appropriate truck/trailer/load weights
-licensing and insurance requirements
-legal aspects of hauling livestock
-ensuring health and wellness of horses during transport
-accident protocols and procedures
Clinic fee is $159 + GST/person. This includes all materials for the day, lunch, Safe Trailering manual and certificate of completion.
*trailers available on site but you can bring your truck/trailer to use during demos
Email: email@example.com to register
The 2020 season is shaping up! Please see our Clinics, Events & Shows page or the Calendar of Events for more information!!
The RDDA Board of Directors would like to wish everyone a safe and fabulous holiday season! Looking forward to seeing everyone in 2020!!
Big THANK-YOU to all who attended our AGM on November 24, 2019, Following a fabulous brunch at the Royal Hotel in Regina, Dr. Chris Clarke, VETMD, PhD, DACVIM Associate Professor from the WCVM Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences gave a fascinating and informative talk on Colic: How to Treat It and How to Prevent It.
The AGM had excellent discussion on 2020 events and activities which will be finalized and posted to our website and Facebook page soon.
Also we had our 2020 Board of Directors Elections. Looking forward to another exciting year in Dressage!!