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June 3-4th, 2023
MREC Spring Horse Trials
July 8-9, 2023
MREC “Mrs. T Memorial” Horse Trials
“Mary Swanson” Horse Trials
MARY SWANSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Scholarship is given in memory of Mary Swanson in recognition of the huge contribution that she made to eventing and BCEA over many years. Her support began when eventing arrived in Canada and BC in the early 1970s. Her love of both horse and rider and the sport continued, unaltered, until her passing in 2010. The aim of this scholarship is to assist BCEA members or their immediate family (spouse, child or grandchild) when pursuing post-secondary education.
SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING The BCEA/Mary Swanson Scholarship is a financial award which is maintained through BCEA’s general revenue.
FINANCIAL AWARDS –An annual award of $500.00 is available through an application process. Applications must be received by August 1.
Individuals may apply if they:
- Are current BCEA members or are an immediate family member (limited to spouse, child, grandchild) of said member. The application must be signed by the member.
- Are a Canadian citizen or hold Landed Immigrant Status.
- Over 16 years of age on or before June 30th of the current year. Unsuccessful applicants may re-apply the following year.
Scholarship Applications are considered if:
1.The scholarship is or will be applied towards an educational program that is held at or hosted by an accredited post-secondary educational institute, or
2.The scholarship is or will be applied towards full or part-time continuing educational studies
go to: bceventing.ca- under ‘ABOUT BCEA” tab for more info & application forms.
As of 2020 the following Rule will be in effect for all equines attending Equestrian Canada (EC) competitions;
Article A519 Vaccinations
All horses attending EC sanctioned competitions must have been administered Equine Influenza and Equine Herpes Virus (1 and 4) vaccinations within six (6) months (+21 days grace period) before arrival at the competition. No horses shall have received vaccination within seven (7) days prior to arrival at the event. Horses not in compliance with this rule may be asked to leave event site at the discretion of competition management.
The frequency of vaccine administration should be as recommended by the vaccine manufacturer or veterinarian. It is recommended that vaccines be administered by or under the direction of a veterinarian. Competition management may request supporting documentation confirming a horse’s compliance with mandatory vaccination requirements.
In the case of a horse that is unable to receive either of the vaccines, a letter must be provided with the entry form from a veterinarian, on official letterhead, stating the equine cannot be vaccinated due to medical concerns. At the discretion of competition management, a log of the horse’s temperature prior to arrival at the event site or during the event can be requested.
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