Due to COVID restrictions MES is now meeting by way of Zoom. Our next general meeting is scheduled for Thursday, June 24th at 7:30pm. A Zoom link will be sent for members to join up.
Metchosin Fire Chief, Stephanie Dunlop will be presenting an informative topic to assist us in being better prepared to manage our livestock should there be a natural disaster.
Please join us for this zoom presentation:
Date - Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Time - 7 pm
Location - your computer or mobile device
Registration - firstname.lastname@example.org
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!
Starting June 15 Step 2 of B C's Restart Plan is underway. The careful four-step plan is focused on protecting people and safely getting life back to normal.
MES will allow equestrian activities to proceed providing all members, coaches and participants follow: Equestrian Canada's Covid 19 Return to Business Framework document as well as HCBC's Return to Sport Guidelines and also BC's Public Health Advice on maximum gathering regulations, physical distancing and hygiene.
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.