Equine Association of Yukon
PO Box 30011
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 5M2 867-633-3012 email@example.com website: www.equineyukon.weebly.com
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Equine Association of Yukon is the Territorial Sport Organization and Equine Canada affiliate organization. Through individual and club memberships, EAY offers various programs: NCCP certified coaching, Learn to Ride, high school credits, general horse education and horse club support.
We encourage you to explore the benefits of Equine Association Yukon membership! With EAY, you get third party liability insurance, accident insurance and more.
The Indoor Riding Arena
located at the end of Bea Firth Road, just off of Burma Road
mailing address: 3081 3rd avenue, Whitehorse, Y1A 4Z7
firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.ridingarena.weebly.com
4H Spirit Riders Horse Club
4H Spirit Riders is a horse club which follows the Canadian 4H program. The children involved learn about horse care and horsemanship while the other part of the program involves public speaking and citizenship. The program is a well-rounded one and gives children the opportunity to develop skills that will be used throughout their lives.
Western Style Dressage Association of Yukon
To provide opportunities for training, competition, qualified instruction and a fun environment for those interested in a variety of western riding disciplines.
Contact: Linda 867 393-4104 (cell) and more info on our Facebook Page.
Watson Lake 4H Multi Club
PO Box 381
Watson Lake, YT Y0A 1C0
Watson Lake 4H is a non-profit organiza- tion that promotes healthy life styles, com- munity involvement and leadership and life style skills for the youth ages 9-21. Currently they have horse projects and in the past they have had anything from animal projects to cooking.
Watson Lake Riding Association
#1 Old Alaska Highway Watson Lake, YT
867-536-7965 (messages only)
Watson Lake Riding Association is a not- for-profit group that runs “the grounds” 2.5km south of Watson Lake. This is a 10 acre fenced property with a warm up arena, riding arena, barn and outdoor stalls. The association offers, for a fee, overnight facili- ties to travellers hauling horses on the Alaska Highway. Watson Lake Riding Association hosts an annual schooling horse show in the summer, as well as partnering with Watson Lake 4H Multi Club Horse Project offering 4H members a place to keep their horses and ride in a safe environment.
Yukon Agricultural Association (YAA)
203-302 Steele Street Whitehorse, YT
Y1A 2C5 867-668-6864
email@example.com website: www.yukonag.ca
The Yukon Agricultural Association (YAA) was incorporated as a non-profit society in 1974 to foster and promote Yukon’s agriculture industry. The Association works closely with producers, government and other interested groups to develop policies and pursue goals supportive of agriculture in the Territory. It has members around Yukon, including both farmers and consumers. Highlights of the past three years include: administering Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP) funding, hosting public information events on farming issues, renting farm machinery to producers, sending representatives to national and international agricultural conferences, supporting the inception of Yukon Young Farmers (YYF) group, and leasing land on the Mayo Road from the Territorial Government.
Yukon Horse & Rider Association (YHRA)
PO Box 31482
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 6K8 email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: https://yukonhorseandrider.wordpress.com
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YHRA is a non-profit society that promotes the light horse industry in the Yukon. YHRA hosts several equine events annual including horse shows, game days and clinics. Membership benefits include: monthly newsletter and free ads for members, reduced entry fees for shows/events, discount rates on annual Coggins tests, voting privileges, and access to a lending library of books/videos.
Freedom Trails Therapeutic Riding Association
Freedom Trails is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with a disability through recreational horseback riding. Our emphasis is on enhancing an individual's ability and working with riders to help them reach their full potential.
Freedom Trails is a charitable organization and has been operating since 1996. We accomodate 40 riders each summer in our weekly program.
Volunteers play an integral part in our organization. Approximately 25 people from our community help out weeky in the lessons. We employ 3 certified instructors.
Contact Judy Fortin at 867-633-5911 or email: email@example.com
Box 20054 Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 7A2
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