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Welcome

CANADIAN RECREATIONAL HORSE & RIDER ASSOCIATION

Become a Member
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Welcome

CANADIAN RECREATIONAL HORSE & RIDER ASSOCIATION

Become Loyalty Organization
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Welcome

CANADIAN RECREATIONAL HORSE & RIDER ASSOCIATION

Become A member
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Welcome

CANADIAN RECREATIONAL HORSE & RIDER ASSOCIATION

Become a Loyalty Organisation
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Welcome

CANADIAN RECREATIONAL HORSE & RIDER ASSOCIATION

Become a Member
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Welcome

CANADIAN RECREATIONAL HORSE & RIDER ASSOCIATION

Become a Loyalty Organisation
Canadian Recreational Horse and Rider Association

Our Vision

Become A Member

BECOME A MEMBER

The CRHRA (Canadian Recreational Horse and Rider Association), services the needs of the recreational rider (a recreational rider is an equestrian that participates in any equestrian activity that does not require a sport licence, ie. schooling shows, lesson students, recreational driving etc.) Covering all other horse events and uses such as reining, trail riding, games, pony club, hunt club, barrel racing, vaulting, etc. Not covering heavy horses for horse pulls, horses for commercial use or events that require a sport licence. Coverage is World Wide.

Basic Membership to CRHRA Includes:
$5,000,000 Personal Liability for non-commercial use of a horse owned, rented, leased or borrowed by the member
$30,000 Accident, Death and Dismemberment Insurance. Providing a lump sum benefit and some reimbursement of expenses if a member 90 years of age or younger suffers accidental death or dismemberment during equine related activities.
(Members over 75 are not covered for Death and Dismemberment)

CRHRA Trail Community

Each member becomes a member of the CRHRA Trail Community. BThere is no extra charge for the Trail Community. There will be coordinators in zones in all Provinces and Territories to correspond about Trails and Events in those areas. This will allow for those that do not want to belong to a Trail Riding organization in order to go on rides. They can correspond with the coordinator about a ride inviting those that want to attend. Information concerning rules of the campgrounds or trails will be provided by the coordinator. We encourage everyone to become a CRHRA member to enjoy this new initiative we have started. More details as we evolve will be out in newsletters and The Rider and posted to the website.

Need a Key Chain Tag?

Lost your key chain tag, or decided you wanted one after the fact?

Order yourself one here.
Note: You will be required to enter your CRHRA ID, your ID can be found in the welcome email that was sent from memberships@crhra.ca

If you need any further assistance please reach out to us at memberships@crhra.ca.