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Wednesday, 12 July 2017 06:52

Horse Council BC: Update on Fire Assistance

UPDATE FROM HORSE COUNCIL BC, JULY 17 Horse Council BC has developed forms to aid in tracking horses; for housing and hauling. We also are collecting donations and where possible, offering direct financial aid or delivery of hay or supplies. Please pass this information and attached forms along to your relevant contacts and if possible post on your websites. For those able to house or in need of evacuation we asking them to register with BC Equine Livestock Animal Evacuation Group they have an excellent mapping system to collect data.    We are trying to help coordinate the massive logistics involved and offer a stronger networking system.  There are groups doing amazing work that are inundated with the sheer volume of everything  required during the emergency. HCBC is able to offer resources and we want to assist everyone in their efforts as best we can . Please don’t hesitate to…
Friday, 19 May 2017 13:06

BCHBC Partners with Co-op

Update on Co-op's BCHBC member numbers!
This year's Auction at Rendezvous is not to be missed!    The Saturday night Auction raises funds for the Back Country Horsemen's education and trail grant funds, and BCHBC projects across the Province.     An impressive number of terrific items and getway adventures have been donated by Chapters and Sponsors, including:    Wine Tour & Accommodation, Guest Ranch stays, guided horse rides, multi-day packing trips, tickets for Hell's Gate, Kettle River Rail, Vedder River rafting, and MORE!   Check out details here!  
Monday, 08 May 2017 13:48

Are You Ready to Rendezvous?

The Back Country Horsemen of BC are getting ready for the annual Rendezvous, and You're Invited! Every year around this time there is a buzz in the air about “RENDEZVOUS” or “RV” for short, a gathering of the clans of 23 Back Country Horsemen Provincial Chapters from all corners of the Province. Rendezvous has been held at Pritchard, 100 Mile, Rock Creek, Barrier, Maple Ridge, Merritt and Princeton to name a few. It’s an opportunity to hold our Annual General Meeting and to fundraise but there is so much more. For 2017 we are back in Merritt at the rodeo grounds to celebrate “Riding Though History”.  We will be whooping it up Friday-Sunday, May 26, 27 and 28.  There’s tons of educational stuff offered at RV. Over the years we have had clinicians teaching horsemanship skills, mountain trail obstacles, workshops on packing and camping, horse health,  practicing Leave No Trace principles, the list…
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