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Some of the best horse and rider combinations from across North America made their way down the centre line today at the Bromont CIC Three Day Event. Leaders for all six divisions going into show jumping had excellent dressage tests,…

British rider wins Freestyle to scoop second gold medal in two weeks; Germany takes team and Grand Prix titles Exciting British newcomer, Charlotte Fry (22), posted her second sensational victory of the past two weeks when winning today’s Freestyle at…

The 2018/2019 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup North American League kicks off at the Summer Fort Festival this month at Thunderbird. Next to an Olympic medal, the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ title is the single greatest honour an individual…

Hall of Fame trainer Roger Attfield will have two shots at taking Sunday’s $175,000 Sky Classic Stakes (Grade 2) at Woodbine with the streaking graded stakes winner Tiz a Slam and former Breeders’ Stakes champion Danish Dynaformer headlining a field…

Rupert May Resigns From Equestrian Canada Board

Rupert May of Langley, BC has tendered his resignation from the Equestrian Canada (EC) Board of Directors, effective immediately. May joined the EC Board in August 2017, and in October was elected to the positions of EC Vice President, and…

The Ontario equestrian community has been in shock and dismay since the news broke about a horrific case of animal abuse and neglect at a Stouffville area farm in May. When Ontario SPCA officers arrived on the scene, they discovered…

World’s Top Endurance Horse Tests Positive to Banned Substance

The world’s top-ranked endurance horse Shaddad will be unavailable for the UAE’s WEG squad after testing positive to the banned substance testosterone at a UK ride last month. Shaddad, who is owned by Sheikh Mohammed’s premier MRM barn, was sampled…

West Nile Virus Appears in Saskatchewan

On August 1, 2018, the Canadian Animal Health Surveillance System has confirmed a case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in a four and a half-year-old Quarter Horse mare in Orkney, Saskatchewan. The mare was treated and survived. Two days earlier,…

Case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in Ontario

The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) was notified of two confirmed cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in Haldimand County, ON. Both horses, from separate farms, were unvaccinated for EEE and had no history of travel….

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