While traditional riding schools have been severely impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic, therapeutic riding facilities have been especially hard-hit.
Real estate experts will tell you that one side-effect of the ongoing COVID-19 situation is a desire for city folk to flee to new homes in the country.
The Great White North has a rich history in horse racing, known for race tracks such as Woodbine in Etobicoke, Ontario.
With the loosened pandemic restrictions and warmer weather, trail riding businesses are looking forward to a busy season.
Now that equestrian facilities are allowed to resume operation following the prolonged COVID-19 break, how will they keep staff and riders safe?
While Storm isn’t the most majestic stunt horse in owner MarieBeth Young’s herd of equine actors, her confidence makes her safe on hectic film sets.
In an effort to assist members of the equine industry during these uncertain times, the following are some common insurance-related Q&As you need to know.
Horse racing has been present in Canada for over 250 years and unlike other sporting events that have undergone many changes, remains essentially the same.
Ron Ranney, owner and president of Canadian Saddlery and Centurion Supply, looked to his two pups for inspiration to market his new pet division.
A certified journeyman farrier and a recent graduate discuss what it takes to become a farrier, caring for different horses with different needs.
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