This club's aim is to encourage and promote knowledge in the care, handling and enjoyment of horses and ponies and in the improvement of horsemanship and equitation.
President & Director: Darlyne Proctor
This club aims to provide riding experiences that benefit people with physical and mental disabilities
President: Emily Gouse
Director: Claire Reeves
NS B2G 2L7
This club aims to promote trail & endurance riding in the maritime provinces.
President & Director: Roy Drinnan
PO Box 14
NS B0M 1P0
The Cape Breton Western Riders Association is committed to the promotion and development of good horsemanship and sportsmanship through education to develop respect, responsibility, enjoyment and friendship while upholding the well-being of the horse.
President: Andrew Lewis
Director: Melissa MacDonald
PO Box 66
NS B1P 6G9
The Central Nova Horse and Pony Association hosts several types of competitions at their facilities minutes outside Truro. Their facilities include trails, cross-country course, outdoor rings and more.
President & Director: Sheri Morehouse
832 Harmony Road
NS B6L 3R2
Operating out of Rohan Wood Stables situated in Aylesford N.S. this club's mandate is provide a safe environment for the enhancement of all individuals
President: Allison Chega
Director: Alissa Cue
Executive Director: Brittany Pulsifer
Phone: (902) 670-8402
PO Box 93
Hinchinbrook Farm Society is a non-profit organization whose prime objective is to provide a therapeutic horse back riding program to support the physical mental & emotional well-being of persons with disabilities. Its main clients are families with autism
President: Carolym Collicutt
Director: Patricia McGill
652 Highway 325
NS B0J 1E0
The aim of the Nova Scotia Clydesdale Club is to improve the quantity and quality of the Clydesdale breed in Nova Scotia.
President: Leonard Fraser
Director: Ardith Terry
581 Truro Rd
NS B6L 6W1
This club is a small but growing group of Haflinger owners and enthusiasts of these versatile animals be we breeders, show at exhibitions, owners, or lovers of the breed. Their goal is to educate, promote and support the preservation of the Haflinger horse.
President: Gillian Allan
Director: Janet Trimper
NS B0P 1N0
Canadian Pony Club is a member-based association, managed by volunteers, mandated to serve the needs of Canadian youth, ages 6 to 25 years of age, who are interested in riding, learning about and/or caring for horses or ponies.
President & Director: Valerie McDermott
1225 Hwy 14
NS B0N 2N0
R.I.D.E.R.S. is a non-profit and volunteer organization promoting Dressage in Nova Scotia and throughout the Maritimes. Everyone is welcome to join.
President & Director: Sharon Helynck
Phone: 902 497-7530
PO Box 473
NS B4C 3G4
This club aims to encourage humane treatment to horses & all animals, organise equestrian activities, care education, enhance riders skills, promote participation, grow membership, & create a safe & fun environment for members, horses & observers.
Director: Anita Demings
PO Box 1059
NS B0T 1W0