Community E-News
LTED Bursary Recipients Announced

Every year it gets more difficult to select only four members to receive our $250 LTED Bursary. This bursary recognizes the commitment of our athletes towards skill development and improvement of personal long term equestrian athlete development.

Many thanks to all members who took the time to apply. Please continue with your plan and for those of you not selected tho s year, please-apply in 2021.

Congratulations to this year's recipients, Alinta MacLeod (Dressage) Aminata Karakach (Hunter/Jumper) Kim Beaton (Western), and Sarah Ladd (Driving).
LESS than TWO WEEKS left to apply...

Youth Education Bursary

For more information or to apply,

Deadline:  May 1st, 2020

Questions? Contact: Meredith Murray
Insurance Concerns in an Uncertain Time
Q & A with Capri's Mike King

We welcome your participation in our community engagement sessions featuring Michael King from our Insurance Partner, CapriCMW Insurance Services Ltd.

This ZOOM session will provide participants with an opportunity to join in an interactive Q&A seminar about insurance in the equestrian community during these challenging times.  Registration is required.  

Monday, April 20th, 7:00 p.m.  REGISTER NOW

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. You do not need to have a Zoom account to participate. Please "arrive" 5 to 10 minutes prior to the sessions start, as the meeting room will be locked at session time.

Important note: These sessions will be recorded for future use.

Equine Industry Impact Survey

As we come to understand and adapt to the temporary restrictions due to COVID-19 pandemic, we want to play our role in supporting the care of both our human and equine members during this stressful time. 

As such, we ask that you complete the survey to the best of your ability.  No MANDATORY personal or financial information will be asked of you. 

The information we are gathering will help us to create a confidential database to be used in the event of an emergency at an equine facility whereby the basic needs of equines may not be met. 

Thank you for taking the time to help us help you. We share in your concern and your passion for your equine partner and the equestrian community.

NS Premise Identification Program

NSEF is pleased to be partnering with the NS Department of Agriculture to provide members with the opportunity to register your farm/property under its Premise Identification Program.

A nationally supported program, this cost-free service is open to anyone who has a farm animal on your property.

For more information and frequently asked questions can be found   here

Members can complete a an online application form by clicking  here

Upcoming (Online) Events

April 21, 2020: Coach Readiness Part 1 - ONLINE
Sheila Currie
Click here to register

April 23, 2020: Coach Candidate Coffeehouse - ONLINE
Sheila Currie
Click here to register

May 4, 2020: Fire & Emergency Preparedness - ONLINE
The Horse Portal
Susan Raymond
519 824-4120, ext. 54230
For more info/to register, click here
Please note: This is a one week course that is available until June 30th
In uncertain times,
YOU ARE covered...

An NSEF Membership has many benefits including insurance coverage with an individual or family membership is $5,000,000 Liability and $30,000 Accidental Death and Dismemberment, provided to you by our partner, CapriCMW Insurance Services. 

In these current times, your NSEF Membership coverage is valid. Join our community, we share your passion! To join or renew, simply login to/create your membership profile by clicking on  Join/Renew . If online renewal is not available to you, you can submit a  p aper application to Meredith.

Refer a new member to the NSEF and receive a $5 credit/new member towards your NSEF membership*
(*Maximum credit amounts do apply).

Renew your NSEF membership by April 30th for a chance to win a swag bag valued at over $100!
We understand your concern... 
and its impact on the equestrian community. 
Is Your Horse at Risk?

Stay up to date on nationwide equine disease and infection alerts with the following websites:

For more information about health and welfare resources,