Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association - British Columbia Chapter


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2018 Annul General Meeting: 

BC Chapter 2018 Annual General Meeting 
- February 24th, 2019
- Chances 
- 384 Trans-Canada Hwy, Salmon Arm 
- 250- 832-4441

11am - Meeting and registration to start
- lunch break - order off Chances menu
ending with a silent auction ... auction items accepted on the day

CWHBA membership is not required to attend, so potential future members are welcome to learn about CWHBA. We look forward to seeing new faces.  :) 
2019 Memberships will be accepted at the meeting, and are required to vote.

This is a great opportunity to provide input. Your input is critical to the ongoing success of the CWHBA BC Chapter.

Positions for election (membership is required to vote) .
- Vice President
- Treasurer
- Secretary (Secretary/Treasurer positions may be carried by the same person)
- Inspections Coordinator
- 1 National Director
- National Delegates (3) 
Priority for nomination will be given to those able to attend the National AGM in order to provide the most representation for our Chapter. It is a fun, learning weekend... please consider attending!

The National AGM is being held in Calgary at Wingate Hotel Airport 57 Freeport Crescent NE, April 12th to the 14th. 

If you have any questions, or if you would like more information about the positions mentioned above, please contact: Julie Pilon at <> or Secretary: Janice Clark <>

**** Inspection premium plaques will be awarded at the meeting

Info about:

2018 National Stallion Licensing, Mare Inspection and Foal Futurity:

  • September 13, 2018 - Kelowna
  • Contact Marilyn Powell for entry e-mail


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British Columbia, Canada's westernmost province, is located on the Pacific coast, and has a land and freshwater area of 95 million hectares. It is Canada's third largest. The province is bounded by the U.S. states of Washington, Idaho and Montana in the south, Alberta on the east, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon on the north and Alaska on the northwest. British Columbia is characterized by mountainous topography as seen in the coastal mountain range behind the Thunderbird Show Park grounds in the foreground of our banner. Along with substantial areas of lowland and plateau country as well as an abundance of waterways, the province has many areas suitable for breeding and raising top quality Warmblood sport horses utilizing the best bloodlines available. Featured horse Viking, an FEI dressage competitor, is by Vulcaan, one of the first Canadian Warmblood stallions to be fully approved. The winning jumper featured is typical of the quality of BC bred Warmbloods competing at top levels in Canada and the USA.