Even if you don't ride much (or at all) in the frigid months, there are plenty of things you can do to ensure your horse is comfortable.
If you have had to take time off from riding, whether due to health issues or life changes, mounting up again can cause apprehension.
Knowing your horse's fear threshold and how to handle emergency situations on the trail will ensure safer, fun rides.
Some cool ideas for getting in the spooky spirit with your horse, from ghosts to skeletons to pumpkins to ... giraffes?
Whether to provide much-needed exercise or financial relief, part-boarding your horse can be a win-win-win situation.
Purchasing your first horse can be an exciting ‒ and also a little scary ‒ experience; here is some advice from the pros to make things go smoothly.
Estate planning lawyer Victoria Winter discusses the topic we tend to avoid – making arrangements for our animals in our wills.
Three Canadian professional equine photographers share some tricks of the trade for picture-perfect photos.
As flames threatened North Country Stables in Yellowknife, a daring horse rescue was launched by friends in neighbouring Alberta.
Horse behaviour consultant Dr. Robin Foster answers questions about identifying a horse's emotional state ‒ and what to do to improve it.
Plenty of adults 'of a certain age' are rediscovering riding. Here are some tips to ease yourself back into the saddle.
While schooling in a ring is fine, both you and your horse can benefit mentally and physically from hitting the trails - but 'safety first'.
A very special Manitoba rescue mule just won a global contest, and spends her weekends taking part in exciting train robbery reenactments.
Some hot-weather management tips that any rider can adopt to keep themselves and their horses safe and healthy during extreme heat events.
An exclusive excerpt from Sanoma Blakeley’s new memoir about her incredible 2019 Tevis Cup win and how she got there.