A club who provides learning opportunities and horse competitions to it's members.
President & Director: Stacy Myers
This club aims to provide riding experiences that benefit people with physical and mental disabilities.
President: Emily Gouse
Director: Claire Reeves
NS B2G 2L7
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
The Halifax Junior Bengal Lancers (Lancers) is a not-for-profit riding school in the heart of Halifax teaching people of all ages and abilities lessons in riding and horsemanship.
President: Tamzen Black
Director: Angie Holt
1690 Bell Road
NS B3H 2Z3
The club supports many exhibitions/shows by sponsoring for various line/hitch classes. We provide opportunities for fellow enthusiast to come together and share our interest of the Draft horses and promote our membership list in the Canadian Clydesdale Contact Magazine.
President and Director: Leonard Fraser
157 Fraser Rd, Millbrook
NS B0K 1Z0
The Nova Scotia Driving Society is a carriage driving club open to all types of equines used for driving. The purpose is to promote safe driving in Nova Scotia and the Maritimes.
President: Sue Karrel
372 Hwy 311
NS B6L 6G8
Preserving and promoting the Haflinger breed is the mandate of the NS Haflinger Club. With members across the maritimes, we promote breeding, showing and the pleasurable ownership of he Golden Horse with the Golden Heart.
President & Director: Gillian Allan
NS B0K 1Y0
Canadian Pony Club is a National Youth Organization and International body of equestrians. Canadian Pony Club is known around the world for its commitment to educational programs for youth and their equine partners. This includes a dedication to knowledge, safety, and sportsmanship.
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. We offer competitions (Bronze & Gold) and depending on the interest of our members, clinics to encourage education of horse and rider, and enjoyment of the sport.
President & Director: Sharon Helynck
Phone: 902 497-7530
PO Box 473
NS B4C 3G4