Our next general meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 23rd at 7:30pm. We will meet via zoom until further notice. A link will be sent to our members to join us. Your participation and input is important to our club so please join up and share your thoughts with us.
As of June 15, 2021 - MES is allowing equestrian activities to proceed providing ALL members, coaches and participants follow the information contained in the documentation (websites) below.
The careful four-step plan is focused on protecting people and safely getting life back to normal. is underway.
All riders MUST be MES members in order to access the riding ring!
Check out the necessary documents under the "MEMBERSHIP" tab above to complete your registration.
COVID - maintain safe riding distance, wear gloves during contact of gates and equipment, respect space of co-riders.
All riders and handlers must have HCBC or equivalent. NO DOGS ALLOWED inside the ring!
Tansy Ragwort is rapidly invading our roadsides and trails. The first year it can be seen as a charming rosette and the second year it sets flowers and grows up to a meter tall.
Please help eradicate this toxic interloper by yanking it out wherever you see it (it pulls out easily). It is particularly important if you find it in small patches where it can easily be controlled. It is advisable to wear gloves for protection if doing large areas. If it has already gone to flower or seed, just deadhead the plants before pulling them out and dispose of the seeds by bagging or burning them. If you spot plants infested with black striped caterpillars, this is a good thing. Disperse the caterpillars to new host plants as they are plant specific defoliators.
There is a lovely group of volunteers that help keep our trails clear and safe. I would like to express our sincere thanks to all them as they work behind the scene...
Pears Road roadside trail construction has been completed. Trail stewards needed to help maintain this new passage.
Seabluff Trail - bottom section currently closed to the public as the landowner and Metchosin District are remediating the trail.
Please use this number whenever possible to help support MES.