Researchers at the Ontario Veterinary College are investigating Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis, transmitted by ticks, and identifying geographic risk factors
Sisters Katie and Jewel Keca embarked on part two of their cross-Canada horseback ride in support of the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides.
Does your horse kick out at other horses when they come close on a trail ride, or in the arena? Try these tips from trainer Jason Irwin.
Using a computer model, researchers have been able to predict the course of dewormer resistance in small strongyles over the next 40 years.
Horse Sport looks at the important issues facing the equestrian discipline of eventing, and what the sport might look like going forward.
Canadian eventer Lesley Grant-Law on unrealized dreams and unexpected changes of plan, and how she manages to balance riding and family life.
A look at augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence and blockchain and how it is changing sports.
Modern day saddle makers are finding themselves in a race for technology and innovation, the likes of which have never been seen in the horse industry.
Experts in Lorinery Science can assess your horse’s mouth and advise on the most suitable bit and best fit for optimum comfort and effectiveness.
Equestrian grooms Denise Moriarty and Meghan Button share behind the scenes advice on how to begin the journey to becoming a professional groom.
Canadian equestrian Erynn Ballard shares her take on the state of coaching in Canada, and offers suggestions for how to improve the industry.
In April, Century Mile opened its doors to reveal a new one-mile racetrack and casino, bringing stability to Alberta’s horse racing industry.
John Hayes, chair of Ontario Racing, says OR wants to work with the CTHS and thoroughbred breeders for the betterment of the industry.
The Manitoba-bred mare Escape Clause, the 2018 Sovereign Award winning Champion Older Mare, has her sights set on a Breeders’ Cup win.
Here are 10 amazing facts about the equine sense of smell, which, though not as impressive as dogs’, is still way better than humans’.