New for 2019

The Emergency Equine Medication Report Form has been modified to allow horses who have been treated with a low dose (10mg) of dexamethasone for an acute allergic reaction (hives/uticaria) to compete following a 12 hour withdrawal period, as opposed to 24 hours.

Please see point #4 of the updated Emergency Medication Report Form.

The Emergency Medication Report Form must be fully completed, signed by the treating veterinarian and given to the steward at the competition.

Horses may still be subject to medication control testing. The filing of an Emergency Equine Medication Report Form is not a defense to a violation of the Equine Medication Control Rules. 

Changes to 2019 Emergency Equine Medication Report Form

Equine Medication Control Penalties

For the complete EC Schedule of Fines and Penalties, click here.

Questions, Comments?

If you have any questions or comments concerning EC’s Equine Medical Control Program, please contact:

Shauna Curran-Cooper
Coordinator, Technical Programs – Equine Medication Control
equinemeds@equestrian.ca
Toll Free: 1-866-282-8395 x 117

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