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Ministry of Agriculture Grant Supports BC Horse Breeders

  • Posted on 26th April 2017
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Dreamcatcher Meadows Team and Jordan Sturdy

Pemberton BC’s internationally acclaimed farm, Dreamcatcher Meadows Sporthorse Breeding and Training Centre, is delighted to receive a grant from the Buy Local BC Agricultural Program in support of their campaign to promote the sale of BC bred horses.  The “Little Farm with the Big Heart” earned the champion title USDF Sporthorse Breeder of the Year for three consecutive years, based on actual competition results of horse farms across Canada and the United States, demonstrating international stars can be purchased right here – in keeping with the mandate of this government’s Buy Local funding.

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Hi Jill and John,

WR did very well this weekend at the USEA Western Regional Championships. Will include a few pictures. Robin Walker and the other judge scored him 7.6-8.5. Total 78.3 & 77. The 8.5 was for his canter.
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Hope to breed Lydia again next year.

Thank You,
Marie Zumwalt
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