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The Halifax Junior Bengal Lancers is a not for profit equestrian club in downtown Halifax that has been in existence since 1936. It was organized to encourage young people to ride and to provide instruction in horsemanship and to instill in our riders the proper care of horses; to promote the highest ideals of sportsmanship, citizenship and loyalty.
The history of the Halifax Junior Bengal Lancers is inevitably entwined with the history of horses and their integral connection with human lives. Horses have impacted people through the centuries with a multitude of services from carrying soldiers into battle, to pulling milk wagons on their morning deliveries. Halifax is one of the only cities worldwide where horses are stabled downtown and hold an active presence in city life.