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Eastern Canada Mare Studbook Inspections, MPTs, Foal Show Schedules

August 27th: Butternut Ridge (contact Emily Hill 705-749-7951) 9:00 – MPT, free jumping 11am – Undersaddle MPT and Test riding 12:30 – Lunch 1:30 –Mareshow and studbook inspection (youngest to oldest mares) Ribbons and awards August 28th 10:00 – Paperwork and foal markings 12:00 – Lunch 1:00 – Foal Show (presented oldest to youngest) Awards followed by branding August 30th: Southlane Farms (contact Louise Palmer 613-676-0235) 9am – Registration and foals markings 10am Mare inspection 10:30 am informal stallion evaluation […]

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Information for ordering frozen semen from the Celle National State Stud

Information for ordering frozen semen from the Celle National State Stud

CANADIAN HANOVERIAN SOCIETY Information for ordering frozen semen from the Celle National State Stud The Canadian Hanoverian Society is the exclusive distributor in Canada for frozen semen available for export by the Celle National State Stud (Landgestüt Celle).  If you intend to order frozen semen from Celle please follow the instructions below and make sure that your order form and payment is received by no later than January 26, 2018. Members of the Canadian Hanoverian Society, the American Hanoverian Society […]

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2018 Inspection tour information and dates

2018 Inspection tour information and dates Our inspector for Germany this year will be Maren Schendler.  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.   Canadian Hanoverian […]

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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’s 2018 Stallion Service Auction

Canadian Hanoverian Society’s 2018 Stallion Service Auction Once again we have a terrific Lineup – thanks to our generous Stallion Owners here in Canada – and also in the USA and Celle Germany: The Auction Link : www.32auctions.com/SSA2018 (also accessible through the CHS Facebook page) The proceeds from the Canadian Hanoverian Society Service Stallion Auction help with the ongoing promotion and awareness of the Hanoverian horse and the Canadian Hanoverian Breeders. All auction bids include first collection fee and booking fee. […]

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The 2017 Hanoverian inspection tour

The Hanoverian has become a part of Canada The 2017 Hanoverian inspection tour by Dr. Ludwig Christmann The 2017 Hanoverian inspection tour again covered all Canada from east to west in two weeks. The most eastern inspection was the Maritime inspection at the Crapeau Equestrian Centre on Prince Edward Island with participants from the island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This was one of the biggest inspections this year with seven mares for inspection, two mares in the performance test […]

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Albert Kley Top Ten Foal Award

CANADIAN HANOVERIAN SOCIETY 2017 INSPECTION TOUR AWARD WINNERS We had a very successful inspection tour this year with inspection sites in Prince Edward Island, Quebec, two in Ontario, Manitoba, two in Alberta and two in British Columbia.  We thank Dr. Ludwig Christmann from the Verband for attending at all of these sites.  Also, thanks to our Canadian judges approved by the Verband: Inga Hamilton, Ferdinand Haupt and Ursula Hosking and special thanks to Judy Hedreen and Sandy Hunt from the […]

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Equestrian Canada’s Best Practices Guide for Buying and Selling a Horse

In November 2011, the Industry Council of Equestrian Canada held its first Equine Industry Forum and one initiative which was identified at this meeting was the need for a comprehensive publication which addresses the best practices recommended for buying and selling a horse. This Guide is primarily geared to the buyers and sellers of sport horses that are, or will be ridden under saddle. However, these best practices apply to all horses and ponies, and are recommended as the best […]

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Totem’s story

Totem is a 5 year old Canadian Hanoverian, bred in Canada. He is sired by Totilas and his dam is the Elite Mare Denebola (Donnerhall), also born in Canada. Both were bred by Patricia Close of Craig House Farm.  After a successful season showing in Florida with scores as high as 77% in the FEI 5 year old class,  Totem was one 3 young dressage horses chosen for the Dressage Showcase with Isabell Werth at the 2017 Omaha WORLD CUP.  […]

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German Stallion Performance Testing Undergoes Further Changes, Suitability Tests in 2017

Source: http://www.eurodressage.com/equestrian/2017/01/29/german-stallion-performance-testing-undergoes-further-changes-suitability-tests-2017 The format of the German Stallion Performance Testings have undergone quite a few changes since 2016, but in 2017 the new Stallion Suitability Test seems to be radically changing the entire testing system. In 2014 the German breeding department of the German equestrian federation announced the development of a new format for the Stallion Performance Testing (HLP) system in Germany. This went into effect in 2016. The major changes, amongst others, were made to the duration of the […]

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