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Here's what we're doing to protect the health and safety of our equine and human clients at AEC.

Our Promise to You

Your health and safety and the health and safety of your horse matters to us here at AEC. Here's what we're doing to protect you and your horse.

All new boarders are subject to a 14-day quarantine in an individual pen. With no extra cost to the owner during the 14 days. Once that horse is deemed healthy and sound, they will be turned out with the rest of the herd. If any symptoms arise the quarantine time will lengthen. This is to protect the health of the new horse as well as that of the existing boarders. We will also ensure that any sick or injured horses are properly cared for in order to protect the health and safety of the other horses and that of the sick or injured horse. At AEC we also ensure your horses' safety by having a strict deworming and vaccination schedule. We deworm twice per year, once in the spring and once in the fall. And we vaccinate once per year, in the spring.

COVID-19

Here's what we are doing at AEC to ensure the health and safety of everyone who visits AEC.

Entrance to our facility is by appointment only to ensure proper contact tracing. Currently, masks are required inside for ages 2+ except when “riding vigorously”. We have multiple different hand-sanitizing stations at our facilities. We require everyone to use provided hand sanitizer upon arrival and departure. We ask that you maintain a 2-meter distance or 1 horse length when possible. And avoid touching your face and common touch sites; in order to minimize contact with bacteria. Please do not enter our facilities if you or a contact has a fever, exhibits any COVID-19 symptoms, has tested positive in the past 14 days, or has travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 days. All rules listed above are effective until all government restrictions are lifted. Your health and safety matters to us here at AEC so remember to stay safe and stay healthy, and to follow all rules and regulations in order to protect the health of yourself and those around you. Click on the button below to visit the AHS COVID-19 website for more information and specific/updated rules and regulations.