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2022 WCFA Conference & Competition – Accommodation

If you haven’t yet booked accommodation at the Chilliwack Coast Hotel (our host hotel) or are looking for an alternative, here are some suggestions:

The Royal Hotel 

Hampton inn 

Cottonwood Meadows RV 

Comfort Inn 

Vedder Inn 

Heritage Park RV Camping

Chilliwack Heritage Park has facilities for overnight event camping.

Rates: 

  • Dry Camping Per site $12.00 per night (plus tax)
  • Electrical Hook-ups Per site $30.00 per night plus tax

Chilliwack Heritage Park has limited electrical hook-up sites. These sites are to be reserved in advance and are on a first come first serve basis.  Please contact the event coordinator.

Please note that the Sani-Dump facilities are located just outside the entry point to Chilliwack Heritage Park.  The Sani-Dump facilities are open yearly from March 15 to November 15.

Washrooms at the back of the arena – showers close at 9:00 pm and washrooms are closed at 10:00 pm

REGISTER HERE FOR CAMPING

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WCFA 2022 Conference & Competition

September 30 – October 2, 2022
Chilliwack, BC


Jim Quick – Judge and Keynote Speaker
Ben Yager – Judge and Speaker


Buy Tickets Online

Early Bird Tickets to Aug 31st

Conference

WCFA & FAWS Members $145
Non-members $175
One Day Only $85

Competition

Division I $60
Division II $200
Division III $350

Ticket Prices After September 1st

Conference

WCFA & FAWS Members $170
Non-members $200
One Day Only $100

Competition

Division I $75
Division II $250
Division III $400

To register for a camping spot at Heritage Park (both hooks-ups and dry camping) or suggested accommodations head here.

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Emergencies in BC Equine Community

Date / Time: Jun 1, 2022 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Horse Council BC and Animal Health Emergency Management invite you to a free informative webinar that will help you better prepare and understand the impact of a disease outbreak within the equine sector.

The Animal Health Emergency Management team will guide you through scenarios and offer processes and procedures to help mitigate the impacts should a disease impact your farm or industry.  Learn form experts in the field of disease management with guests from the Ministry of Agriculture, Canadian Food Inspection Agency and veterinarians

An animal health emergency gives you little to no warning but requires you to respond immediately. Planning and preparing how you will respond in the face of an emergency can mitigate the risks and the impacts to your animals, your people, your business, and your industry.
The Animal Health Emergency Management (AHEM) Project has developed resources for BC Horse Council members to guide your preparations for disease related emergencies.

Free – register here

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUrduCsqD4vE93X0K4vH8O57noyfIBX–7A

Questions,  contact industy@hcbc.ca

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High Country Horseshoes Spring Clinic

April 8th & 9th, 2022

Where: High Country Horseshoes Ltd.
#102 – 20381 62 Avenue
Langley, BC  V3A 5E6
Telephone: 604-530-0761

We are very pleased to have had over 90 Guests sign up for the clinic!

We are getting close to the date and need to confirm the number of guests, as we will be serving food and drinks both days. We require you to phone the store and purchase a $20 gift certificate for the clinic, which will be redeemable on the days of the Clinic, if you do not use the Certificate we will reimburse you the $20

The Clinic is free for all to Attend

Clinic Schedule, Friday April 8th

8:00 – 9:00 Coffee and tea
9:00 – 11:30 Demo by Billy on Shoe Modifications with KPU students
11:30 – 12:00 Student Blacksmith challenge Judging
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch Break
1:00 – 4:00 Demo’s by Billy and Challenge for all.

Clinic Schedule, Saturday April 9th

8:00 – 9:00 Coffee and tea
9:00 – 12:00 Shoe modifications and fitting and nailing on horses
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch Break
1:00 – 4:00 Shoe forging Challenge for all (specimen will be shown at lunch break) Steve Dixon Diamond toe.

Blacksmith challenge

Make at home and bring to be judged
Students: Match pair front shoes, bob punch toe clip, Hunter heels 8 x ESL #4, 12.5” x 3/4 x 3/8
All others: Use your creativity, make what you want
10 points – Creativity (artistic form or functional Ability)
10 points – Difficulty
5 points – Welding or riveting
5 points – Jumping or drifting
5 points – Finish

Golf on Sunday

Fort Langley Golf Course
9782 McKinnon Crescent, Langley, BC

Start time 8:30 Best Ball format, team captains
Must use at least 2 drives and 2 putts from all
Fees for Golf are $62.50, includes shared golf cart
Fees Must be paid by March 11th to High Country Horseshoes