Sponsorship Opportunities


We greatly appreciate our sponsors and strive to provide them with confidence that their tax-free donations are going to a great cause.
For more details on our sponsorship packages, please contact us at island22patrons@gmail.com

Our Impact

Collaboration and cooperation strengthen communities, benefitting everyone involved

  • Only one of two remaining equestrian parks in British Columbia
  • Safe and inclusive year round riding for all equestrians
  • Available facility for Pony Club, 4H Horse, Horse trials BC
  • High profile training facility for 4H Horse, Pony Club, and certified coaches

Has produced multiple Olympic riders

Our annual BC championship draws 100’s of spectators from the community

Our patrons who donate make a significant impact on our community

We rely on support from our members

Island 22 is a non-profit organization that is run by volunteers, help keep Island 22 thriving by becoming a supporting member.

It’s free to join and helps us secure additional public support.

How can You Help?

Donations Accepted

Individuals can donate to Island 22 Equestrian Park Society through Sport BC and receive a tax receipt.
Island 22 Equestrian Park Society cannot be registered as a charitable organization but we do fall under “sport”, so we can access the donated funds through our Provincial Sport Organization (Horse Council BC).

Donation Instructions

Go to: https://sportbc.com/donate

  • select “Horse Council” as the Project Funding Preference
  • from the list of options select “Island 22 Equestrian Park Society-Cross Country Jumps Upgrade


We are always looking for volunteers to help with park maintenance and event coordination.

Complete a membership form and check the volunteer boxes you are interested in.

"Collaboration and cooperation strengthen communities, benefitting everyone involved."

A few things to keep in mind when you visit an event:

  • Events in BC are free to watch for the public. Come and cheer the riders on! (Find out more about scoring here!)
  • Some events may have a printed program and a course map so you can follow along with each rider. When you arrive, head to the show office to pick up. If a program is not available, you can still follow along by going online to StartBoxscoring.com and finding the rider list.
  • Most events allow dogs, but all must be kept leashed at all times and under a watchful eye. Loose or barking dogs can create very dangerous situations.
  • Horses have the right of way at all times and riders are focused on their task so be sure to stay out of the way. Sudden movements may startle the horse.
  • Outside assistance is not allowed for the competitors while they are in the ring or on course so cheer them on, but don’t offer any advice. They could be eliminated.
  • Most events have food for available for purchase, but also feel free to bring a picnic and enjoy the day.