The club can now accept e-transfers for memberships and to pay for show entries. Information is on the Membership Form or will be on future show entry forms.
Introducing the Equinety Vancouver Island Dressage Series
LH Equestrian Management is excited to announce the new Equinety Vancouver Island Dressage Series (VIDS)!
The Series is a year-end awards program created to encourage attendance at local dressage shows in order to support local clubs and volunteers. As well, the Series provides Island riders at all levels with attainable goals that will hold distinction in the Island sport community without having the requirement and high expense of leaving the Island.
All that is required from the riders is that they attend three shows across the Island with two of the shows located in different regions (north Island, mid Island and south Island). Eligible shows are Horse Council BC recognised shows and Equine Canada bronze and gold shows. All of the details are listed on LHEM's website. There will be great prizes!
Thank you to our title sponsor Equinety Horse Products, the world's #1 horse supplement and the preferred horse supplement of Equine Canada!
Please help spread the word about this new and exciting opportunity to support dressage on Vancouver Island by forwarding this information to a friend !
Emailing the Club
Please check out our contact information if you would like to post a show or clinic on our website or facebook page. Joy's email should only be used for club information purposes only. Contact Alice to post show's or clinics.
We no longer have a 'For Sale' section on our website. Any sale items should be posted on our facebook page.
2017 Memberships Now Due
FAMILY MEMBERSHIPS MUST FILL OUT A FORM AND SIGN A WAIVER FOR EACH PERSON INCLUDED IN THAT MEMBERSHIP.
The Purpose of the Club
The purpose of the club is to develop and promote interest in horses and excellence in horsemanship by offering equestrian sports and equestrian education for all ages, no matter the breed or type of horse a member might own. The club, formed in 1929, has worked with the Cowichan Exhibition Society for many years and their grounds north of Duncan are the site of most club shows.