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Canadian Sport Horse Association

Established in 1926, the Canadian Sport Horse is Canada’s oldest indigenous sport horse breed with horses successfully competing in the English Olympic disciplines of eventing, show jumping and dressage, as well as show hunters.

Website: http://www.c-s-h-a.org/
Location: Canada
Members: 12
Latest Activity: Oct 10, 2011


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CSHA newborn foals 2 Replies

Are there any CSHA newborn foals out there yet? Tell us about them, your experience your plans!Continue

Started by Canadian Sport Horse Association. Last reply by Marg May 16, 2010.

CSHA Breeding 3 Replies

Who are you planning to breed to this year? 

Started by Canadian Sport Horse Association. Last reply by Marg May 15, 2010.

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Comment by Canadian Sport Horse Association on April 20, 2010 at 4:58pm
Ontario Horse Trials Association/ Canadian Sport Horse Award: This award of a beautiful trophy is donated by Beasley Farms on behalf of the Canadian Sport Horse Association and is given to the owner of the overall top placing OHTA registered Canadian Sport Horse for the year.
http://www.horsetrials.on.ca/sporthorse.html
Comment by Marg on March 27, 2010 at 2:04pm
Lots of CSHA mare inspections this year in Ontario.

Take a look at:

http://www.c-s-h-a.org/provinces/ontario.html

to name a few: Canterbrook Farm, St. Andrews West, Mardon Farm, London, S.L.O. Acres, Claremont, Braecrest Stables, Loretto, Honora Bay Riding Stables, Little Current and more.

Also other Ontario Events are posted there including an Arthur Kottas Clinic in April!
 

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