The Saskatchewan Horse Federation works towards achieving the following objectives:
To provide leadership among recognized equine and equestrian organizations in Saskatchewan that each may be helped to achieve the highest level of success for its members.
To co-ordinate the activities of the recognized equine and equestrian organizations in Saskatchewan so that duplication of effort and conflict of purpose may be avoided.
To provide liaison with similar provincial equine councils, and with the Coaching Association of Canada, with the Canadian Federation of Provincial Horse Organizations, with the Horse Welfare Alliance of Canada, with Equine Canada, and with any other related national body as may exist for the conduct of sport, recreation and horse industry initiatives in Canada.
To serve as an educational medium for its members by distributing information relative to the horse industry and equestrian activities by bringing speakers of authority to meetings of the Federation, and by organizing seminars and clinics.
To develop and deliver programs and projects as appropriate to advance the needs and interests of the membership.
To serve as a medium through which the provincial government and other agencies may make funds available to support equine and equestrian organizations and activities in Saskatchewan.
To raise the standards of care and handling of all horses in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Horse Federations 2014 Board of Directors
February, 16, 2014
Saskatchewan Horse Federation announced its 2014 Board of Directors at the Federation's Annual General Meeting during the Saskatchewan Equine Expo held February 14 - 16, 2014, Prairieland Park in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
The 2014 Board slate is comprised of:
|Director at Large
ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS
The Saskatchewan Horse Federation has put forth proposed bylaw changes. All eligible members are asked to review and vote on the proposed bylaw changes. Voting will be held during the SHF AGM, Saturday February 14th, 2015 at Prairieland Park, Saskatoon. Click here to view the proposed changes.
Travelling with your horses? Don't have a manifest book with you?
Manifest books are available at the SHF office. Stop by during office hours
and we can provide you with one.
In Memoriam; Dr. Byrnne Rothwell
The Saskatchewan Horse Federation wouldlike to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Dr. Byrnne Rothwell. Dr. Rothwell passed away on January 28, 2014 at the age of 77. The equine and veterinary community along with the whole livestock sector has lost an invaluable advocate in Dr. Rothwell. An active stockman and horseman all his life, he loved riding and driving, light and heavy horses.
Dr. Byrnne held a distinguished career which saw him named Canadian Veterinarian of the Year amongst over 20 major honours from the dozens of organizations with which he held positions. Byrnne loved people more than prestige and was always a reluctant recipient of praise, but was also pleased that he could “make a difference.” A thoughtful and intelligent man, “Doc” also published numerous scientific and informative articles and was highly sought after for advice from governments and non-profit organizations alike.
In 2000, Dr. Rothwell was named Saskatchewan Veterinarian of the Year. In 2011, he was awarded the Equine Welfare Leadership Award of Distinction from The Farm Animal Council of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Horse Federation for integrating animal welfare into his core business strategy and setting the bar higher for expectations regarding animal welfare.
Dr. Rothwell’s role with the Saskatchewan Horse Federation was instrumental. He was a leader in preparing the disease alerts and health recommendations, always striving for the highest standards in the Equine Health and Welfare sector. A true gentleman, friend and mentor; he will truly be missed and always remembered.
As per Dr. Rothwell's request there will be no service at this time. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of tributes, donations may be made in memory of Dr. Rothwell to either the Provincial 4-H Foundation or to the Shellbrook and District Health Services Project.
To offer condolences to the Rothwell family, or to share memories and photos, please visit Beau 'Lac' Funeral Home.
Another terrific year for the Saskatchewan Equine Expo! Thank you to all those whom attended and helped to make the 2014 Saskatchewan Equine Expo such a great success!
The SHF is a proud partner of the Saskatchewan Equine Expo 2014!
We are happy to announce that you can now renew your Saskatchewan Horse Federation membership online!
The benefits of renewing online are:
- View/print your receipt along with confirmation number
- Print your individual membership card or your families memberships card(s)
- Email a confirmation to your club or show secretary as proof of your membership.
- Complete Nomination Forms while renewing your membership.
Your permanent SHF Account Number allows you access to:
- Your online membership renewals and membership status.
- Further serves as your permanent membership number if your membership is current.
- Allows future access to other good things we have in the works.
If you've given us your email address in the past (and it is still in use) click on the Reset Password link on the left, fill in the values and a reset link will be emailed to that email address. Follow it's instructions. If it doesn't work, contact us! Please don't signup if you've been with us before, as it creates a bookkeeping mess that costs us a lot to clean up and the last thing we want to do is increase our prices! So, once again, if you can’t log in, Contact Us!
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