Reining Canada promotes and encourages the showing and breeding of reining horses. It endeavors to keep you well informed about reining and to sustain your interest for the wonderful horses that enable you to live your passion. We will support you all the way to the International Reining competition.
Reining began on the working cattle ranches, where a cowboy or vaquero used their horses to gather, move and hold cattle on the open range. These horses had to be athletic, quick and agile. They had to be extremely responsive to a very light rein. In years gone by, cowboys and vaqueros took pride in their hard working, well-trained horses. Challenges often arose as to who had the best horse. The most talented riders would put their horses through a series of stops and turns, letting the watching crowd determine which rider and horse were the best. These displays are the forerunners of today's reining competitions.
The purpose of the Corporation is to promote and encourage the showing and breeding of reining horses, to set standards for evaluation, training, and showing of reining horses, to encourage the education and development of people interested in reining in Canada.
Our Reining Canada sponsors have been with us for many years and we ask that you patronize them whenever you can.
How to Join
If you are a member of the NRHA and are a resident of Canada, you will be a voting member of Reining Canada, and eligible for Reining Canada awards. You can join by following the link to the NRHA membership page. Don't forget your Non-Pro Status and competition license for your horse!
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Telephone (403) 669-8121
News & Results
AGM February 19th 2022
1:00pm central time
REINING CANADA IS PLEASED
Mr. Andre de Bellefeuille Reaches Million Dollar Owner
See NRHA link below!
REINING CANADA IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE
Mr. Andre Lauzon as Reining Canada Reiner of the Year!
REINING CANADA IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE OUR WINNERS OF THE 2021 YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP AWARD!
REINING CANADA IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE 2021 EASTERN and WESTERN CANADIAN AFFILIATE CHAMPIONSHIP JACKET WINNERS