Record crowds flocked to the new Ancaster venue and there was a lot of interest in auction items including artwork and Guy McLean's bullwhip.
Sickness Prevention in Horses course March 20-31 will be free to teenagers 14-17 to learn good habits to keep horses from getting sick.
In February, two online short courses will be offered by Equine Guelph on TheHorsePortal addressing colic and ulcer prevention.
A Large Animal Emergency Rescue workshop was held March 30 at the Ancaster Fairgrounds, complete with Rusti the horse mannequin.
WSPS and Equine Guelph have developed safety programs for youth through interactive EquiMania! activities and TheHorsePortal.ca courses.
Horse Behaviour and Safety is the important subject of Equine Guelph's latest offering which is available until Jan. 31st.
The Large Animal Rescue program dusted off Rusti the equine mannequin for the first time since January 2020.
Equine Guelph's past webinars are now posted as replays, while four fresh ones on building wealth are coming up beginning Jan. 18th.
Kids across Canada and around the world can sign up for this on-demand opportunity to learn more about horses during the Covid second wave.
Part 3 of the journey through the horse’s digestive tract looks at why forage and/or forage-based feeds are important.
A new Senior Horse Challenge video featuring certified journeyman farrier Sean Elliott has been added to the Equine Guelph Tool of the Month.
The focus of the Equine Industry Symposium 2020 will be on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it has impacted the equine industry.
EIS discovers that despite the negative impact the pandemic has had on everyone, there are many positive aspects, especially for horse owners.
Recent horse behaviour studies show a growing interest in understanding our impact on the physiological and behavioural states of our equine partners.
Equine Guelph and the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Nutrition welcome vet teams, equine and pet enthusiasts to join this virtual one-day symposium.