CRHRA Industry Council Members

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S.U.D.S. products are  made with natural, vegan and environmentally responsible ingredients. Each item is made by hand in small batches on our farm in Brooklin Canada. We care about our pets and the environment.
All of our soap is Vegan, Bio-Degradable, Paraben SLS & Phthalate Free. Each bar is hand cut then cured for a minimum of 6 weeks creating a mild pH & long lasting bar.
We only use the best quality plant based oils in our all of our products. These oils include: Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, GMO-Free Canola Oil, Fair Trade Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Oxide and Ultramarine Colours and Natural Clays, Premium Essential Oils.


Springfield Stables

Springfield Stables was established 1984 and has successfully operated a lesson program and summer camps.
In addition to the well maintained stables, the facilities include a spacious indoor arena, and two outdoor arenas equipped with a modern, well maintained show jumper courses, a heated viewing area, indoor washroom facilities, and office/lounge and much, much more.


 Great Leads n Reins

Great Leads ‘n Reins is a family run business near Ottawa, Ontario in Canada.  Commitment to affordable horse tack that is easy on the hands and on the  horse is our priority.  We use only the highest quality materials.

We manufacture all weather equine “XtraMile Endurance Tack” using Canadian or U.S. manufactured materials to ensure the highest quality. Everything is designed and made in our shop so we can offer custom adjustments and other designs specifically for you and your horse. We continually work to improve our designs to make sure our customers are happy.


Trans Canada Trail

The Trans Canada Trail is a non-profit, registered charity. Our mission is to promote and assist in the development and use of the Trail in every province and territory. We also provide funding to local Trail builders to support the development of trails.

Today, over 18,000 kilometres of Trail have been developed. Once fully connected, the Trail will stretch nearly 24,000 kilometres from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans, linking Canadians in close to 1,000 communities.