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Vounteers are the backbone of our organization. Without them, we wouldn't be able to run. We provide training and have a number of roles you can fill, so volunteer today!

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TROtt is a registered charity and relies on your support to operate. Any and all donations are appreciated. Please inquire about receipts for your donation.

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Interested in riding? Contact us for more information or send us an application! Places are limited and candidates must meet certain eligibility criteria.

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Latest Posts

TROtt Seeks 2 New Board Members

The TROtt Board of Directors is a management board responsible for both the governance of the organization and the managerial oversight of its operations.

The Board’s ten members meet monthly, each manage a portfolio of administrative tasks, and take part in project sub­committees.

We are currently recruiting a new Director to fill the positions of

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Helmet Donation – thanks to Pheonix Performance Products

Pheonix Performance Products has kindly donated 5 Tipperary helmets to restock our cupboard and replace our outdated helmets.  Many thanks for your support.

Royal Visit

On November 11th we were very pleased to get the chance to meet with Princess Anne.  Josh did a great job showing off some off the skills that he has learned over the years at TROtt. Thanks to Wesley Clover Parks for the invitation to attend and the loan of Kilty – she was a star.
Wesley Clover Parks, 2014 Royal visite

Well Done Anne

Individual Rider  Grant
Anne, one of the riders at TROtt has received a grant from Para-Equestrian Canada.   The competition grants are provided through Para-Equestrian Canada’s athlete development programing, which in partnership with Sport Canada, has awarded close to 60 grants in the past seven years to deserving recipients.
Anne ,16, of Metcalfe, Ont., has been competing in Para-Equestrian Canada’s Sea-to-Sea Video Competition series for a number of years and wishes to progress to Equine Canada Bronze level competitions. Leslie will be attending a schooling show over the winter season and taking extra lessons to ensure she can achieve this goal. Leslie demonstrates true dedication to her sport, but also finds time to volunteer at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ronald McDonald House and Rotary house, while still maintaining an over 90 per cent average at school.
TROtt Awarded Therapeutic Riding Centre Grant
TROtt has also been awarded a grant to implement coaching clinics and develop video competition programs to allow their members to compete against their peers from across Canada.  We will be using the grant to purchase a video camera to use for competition entries and rider development at TROtt.