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The office is closed to walk-in traffic, but available by appointment, please contact us. For COVID-19 equine community updates, resources and information, please visit our resource page.

COVID-19 Updates for the Equestrian Community

This resource page provides COVID-19 updates and information relevant to the Equestrian Community

Recent Updates

September 17, 2021 – Alberta Declares State of Emergency

Ongoing and Current Updates from the Government of Alberta (GOA):

GOA COVID-19 Information

Resources for Equestrians:

Return to Business and Competition Guidelines:

Full list of AEF COVID-19 Historical Updates


COVID-19 Government Resources & Information

The Alberta Equine Community is strongly advised to follow recommendations from the Government of Alberta & Canada involving COVID-19.

The following links provide the most accurate and current information and resources:

Provincial Information & Resources:

National Information & Resources:


COVID-19 and Equestrian Facilities

The Alberta Equestrian Federation (AEF) does not have the authority to regulate facility operations in Alberta – we have the responsibility to educate our community. We know the importance of maintaining the welfare of Alberta’s horses and are committed to speaking up for our four-legged friends. We thank our membership for their patience while we work to navigate and demand transparency for our industry.

March 2020: Equestrian Canada (EC) would like to provide an update regarding its ongoing advocacy on behalf of equine farms and equestrian facilities facing financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as offer resources for support during this unprecedented disruption of normal business operations. You may find the full update here: Support and Resources for Equine Farms and Equestrian Facilities.


CapriCMW Insurance Services COVID-19 FAQ’s & Updates

Insurance-related Inquiries about your current AEF membership coverage should be sent directly to CapriCMW Insurance at 1-800-670-1877 (ask for the equine department) or [email protected]


Horse Welfare

The ALERT Line is an anonymous, producer helping producer call line. If you have questions or concerns about animal welfare, visit: AFAC ALERT Line.


Biosecurity Resources for Equestrian Community in Alberta

Continued use of biosecurity best practices will help ensure the health and safety of humans and equines. Please visit AEF’s Biosecurity webpage for related resources and links including Biosecurity Best Practices.

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