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The Return of a New Club/Affiliate Partner Program

Effective 2018, Ontario Equestrian (OE) is offering a new Club/Affiliate Partner Program for our members. This program replaces the previous “Association” and “Recreation” programs, that were almost entirely focused on offering funding support to small one-off projects around the province. This new program comes after a thoughtful review of our objectives as an organization, and […]

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2017-2018 Quest for Gold Funding for Equestrians Now Available

The Quest for Gold: Ontario Athlete Assistance Program (QFG-OAAP) is a program funded by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS). Quest for Gold’s overarching goal is to improve the performance and number of Ontario athletes competing at the highest national and international levels, contributing to the improved performance of Canada at international competitions. […]

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Ontario Equestrian Re-Introduces RideON Program

For our members who may have missed the introduction of our new RideON program, here’s a quick guide to participation.  It’s easy, it’s fun, and you could win amazing prizes at the 2018 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair! How to participate: Login to your membership account on our website: and make sure you’ve enrolled in […]

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The OEF is now Ontario Equestrian

Richmond Hill, ONT. – After an in-depth strategic review, the Ontario Equestrian Federation is beginning a new, more member- focused direction as Ontario Equestrian (OE). The Provincial Sport Organization’s re-launch demonstrates that Ontario Equestrian has refined its focus by providing relevant programming to support equestrians at all levels of participation. The purpose is to serve […]

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Congratulations to the 2017 OEF Youth Bursary Recipients

The Ontario Equestrian Federation is pleased to help five junior members reach their equestrian goals by presenting them with $1,000 each through the OEF Youth Bursary program. Each year the Ontario Equestrian Federation (OEF) distributes a minimum of five $1,000 bursaries to youth based on their involvement with horses, their future goals, as well as […]

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Ontario Equestrian Federation receives Ontario Sport Recognition!

The Sport Recognition Policy assists the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS) in identifying and recognizing provincial sport governing organizations that meet specific requirements in the areas of governance, finance, administration and programming. These recognized organizations partner with the government to develop a high functioning and effective sport system. The Ontario Equestrian Federation recently […]

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