Are horses that work in Equine Assisted Therapy experiencing stress or anxiety by working with traumatized humans? Study results may surprise you.
Over the past few years, Equestrian Canada has made changes to their rules for measuring ponies. If you plan to show, you’d better get up-to-date on them.
The equine actors in the wildly successful Canadian TV drama Heartland are just as important as the human ones. Meet some of the show’s equine stars.
Horse Sport’s fashionista Stefania Evans gives us a glimpse of what it’s like for a Canadian horsewoman entrenched in the British lifestyle.
Animal welfare enforcement is in flux in this country, and in some areas, in crisis. People want to know where to turn when they see horses in trouble.
In this annual statistical review of the Canadian Thoroughbred, Ray Paulick highlights some interesting facts from horse racing past and present.
Horse Sport spoke with Equestrian Canada president Meg Krueger about some of the key points of the Strategic Initiatives Plan 2018-2022.
Ray Paulick recounts the conspiracy theories he’s heard about stewards or placing judges who are “out to get” the downtrodden horseplayer.
Being a carded equestrian athlete can provide riders with medal potential the means to train and compete. Learn how the system works, and who is eligible.
In this new series, judge Randy Roy critiques riders’ positions over fences, praising good form and pointing out flaws and how to correct them.
As an Equestrian Canada member, one must keep current on the rules relevant to their discipline, as well as the General Regulations of our sport.
A Canadian vacationing in St. Martin recounts how the horses of the aptly named Lucky Stables rode out the storm that was Hurricane Irma.
Equine vision is different from human vision in almost every way, and it is helpful to us when riding and training to understand the differences.
Improve your camera skills with tips from pro photographer Shawn Hamilton, so you can capture special moments and show off amazing photos of your horse.
Seven years after the cancellation of the Slots at Racetracks Program, HBPA president Sue Leslie is still trying to lead the industry to a better place.