I think Born to Run is right - the land prices would be more reasonable on the east coast rather than in BC if you stay away from the major centres; it would be a milder climate than Sask but not as mild as the west coast; the down side would be that the cost of living is likely higher especially when horses are concerned and I think the job market is more limited. So, stay in good old Sask a few more years, save up your pennies and become financially independent then you're ready for your move.
Koolio, try Chick's or Jeffers. I've ordered from both and the shipping rate is better. If you find what you want, order a bunch of their dewormers as their Ivermectin is only about $2.29 tube instead of $20. Horseloverz is full of bull regarding this government agreement. C and J will charge more reasonable shipping then the post office will charge $8 to collect the tax. Sometimes if it's under a $100 customs will push it thro without asking for the tax, therefore no postal fee either.