A look at some Canadian horse and pony breeds.
When Arabian mare Essie foaled far ahead of schedule, working student Arianne Fournier had to step in to supervise the birth.
This hardy, smart, friendly breed was nearing extinction, but a concerted effort by members of the NPS will hopefully save this native equine.
This unique draft breed is mostly associated with parades and Royal pageantry, but are becoming popular as riding and driving horses.
There are over 600 breeds of horses in the world, and here are three of the most stunning ‒ the Friesian, the Arabian and the Akhal-Teke.
Ontario Thoroughbred breeders have been put in a position that will continue to negatively impact the horse supply and viability of racing in this province.
Equine embryo transfer is integral to breeding programs around the world and now, embryo auctions give buyers an affordable way to get elite pedigrees.
How breeder awards and incentives can help bolster the Ontario horse racing industry’s supply chain to improve the horse population.
There’s a world of difference between standing a stallion and being successful at it. Find out how to make the transition from racing stallion to stud.
Turning an active racing filly into breeding stock is not about sending an athlete into an easy, idle retirement. Rather, it’s the start of a new career.
A decade ago Maryland lost nearly 80 percent of its stallions, mares and foals to neighboring states, but the state has undergone a remarkable turnaround.
Maintaining an equine pregnancy can be tricky; complications can occur with natural and artificial conception, this article highlights causes of the "slip".
Kim and Ken Keill live on a small farm outside Renfrew, Ontario, where for the past 12 years they have bred and raised miniature horses.
Early last spring, Horse-Canada asked photographer Pam Mackenzie she had ever taken photos during the birth of a foal, find out what happened.