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Canadian Inspection Tour 2018 – Schedule

CANADIAN HANOVERIAN SOCIETY 2018 INSPECTION TOUR SCHEDULE Our inspector for Germany this year will be Maren Schlender. Below are listed the official inspection sites. Breeders who live more than 200km from an official inspection site are reminded that the costs for an inspector to make a farm visit to inspect a mare or register a foal(s) will be paid 1/3 by the breeder, 1/3 by the Eastern or Western Breeders’ Club and 1/3 by the Canadian Hanoverian Society. Below is […]

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Canadian Hanoverian Society offers VIP Auditing tickets for the Isabell Werth

Dear members, The Eastern Club and CHS has decided to purchase a VIP table for our members at the Isabell Werth clinic, April 21/22, 2018. We are subsidizing some the cost for the seats and are offering them to our members for $225 for both days. VIP Auditing  includes access to the exclusive VIP and Hospitality tent located just outside the Indoor ring. The VIP tent opens at 8 am each day for coffee, sweets and possibly breakfast with everything […]

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2018 Hanoverian AGM in Quebec

The Eastern Breeder’s Club of the Canadian Hanoverian Society held its 2018 Annual General Meeting on March 3rd and 4th at the Hilton, Laval Quebec.   The two day meeting started with a “Meet and Greet” at Le Balthazar Restaurant and Micro Brewery Saturday night. This get-together provided our members with an opportunity to gather in a cozy setting, share in engaging conversation, and taste delicious food and craft beer.  A wonderful time was had by all!   Sunday morning […]

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December’s Newsletter

Please find the December Newsletter of the Canadian Hanoverian Society in pdf here: http://www.canadianhanoverians.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Newsletter-December-2017.pdf

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Board Members

The following list contains the current Board of Directors for the Hanoverian Breeders Club of Eastern Canada.

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Board Members

The following list contains the current Board of Directors for the Hanoverian Breeders Club of Western Canada. (soon to be updated)

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Hanoverian Breeders Club Young Horse Development Program

Hanoverian Breeders Club Young Horse Development Program

Our Eastern Canada Breeders Club has committed to developing a program focusing on the correct starting and training of young horses, for sport. It is targeted towards breeders, trainers and riders of young warmblood sport-horses. We will be starting with 2 weekend-long clinics, scheduled for October and November, 2014. If these are successful / well-received, a 3rd clinic would be scheduled for late March 2015, east of Montreal – this one with additional focus on early training for hunters / […]

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2014 Inspection Tour Entry Forms

2014 Inspection Tour Entry Forms

Please find below inspection entry forms for the 2014 Canadian Tour.   2014-07-31 – PRINTABLE Entry Form EASTERN Canada 2014-07-31 – FILLABLE entry form EASTERN Canada 2014-07-31 – PRINTABLE Entry Form WESTERN Canada 2014-07-31 – FILLABLE entry form WESTERN Canada   For the 2014 Schedule and deadlines, click here.

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2014 Inspection Schedule

2014 Inspection Schedule

Saturday July 19                                  Stallion licensing Parkwood Stables, Rockwood, ON   Wednesday September 3                      9am Foal Registrations Parkwood Stables, Rockwood, ON       1pm Foal Show Followed by Young Breeder Training (if sufficient interest)   Thursday September 4                         9am Mare Performance Test Parkwood Stables                                Followed by Mare Show and Mare Inspections   Friday September 5                              Mare and foal inspection (open to outside horses Ferme de Lys                                      for inspection)   Saturday September 6                          9am Foal Registrations South Lane Farm, Vankleek Hill, ON     […]

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Breed History

Breed History

The Hanoverian breed traces its roots to the German province of Lower Saxony, where in 1735 a state-operated stable of stallions, or Landgestüt, was founded at the behest of King George II, located in the town of Celle. The aim of the state stud was to produce a robust carriage horse that was also well suited for military service. To ensure that its goals were realized, the Landgestüt carefully recorded the pedigrees of their stallions and also the mares bred […]

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