Whether you ride dressage or do barrel racing, you have likely heard of treeless saddles. Here is a look at both sides of the equation.
If you witness suspected abuse, how can you be sure that avoidable suffering is occurring, and what should you do to stop it?
The University of Kentucky outlines a few steps you can take right now to extend your resources and reduce the expense of feeding horses.
Entrepreneurs and horse lovers Clair and Taryn are saving equines and providing visitors with welcome socially-distanced outdoor adventures.
While we all hoped Covid would be over and we could ditch our masks, looks like we're in it for the long haul - might as well stay warm!
Whip up a batch of baked goodies for your equine partner - they make a great reward for work well done, or just to show you love them!
What type of blanket you choose for your horse - if it needs one at all - can determine your horse's cold-weather health and welfare.
Idyllic pastures are not the reality for the thousands of draft horses who are shipped overseas to be slaughtered in countries such as Japan.
A family of 'newbies' find fun, excitement and camaraderie at Ontario Barrel Racing Association events during the pandemic.
Riding is one of the most dangerous sports and you need to protect your noggin. Here are some important (and surprising) facts about helmets.