Inbreeding to Northern Dancer has become more frequent. In 2018, in particular, we have seen an explosion of multiple linebreeding to Northern Dancer.
Saddle fitter Jessica Stringer shares some stories from her own experience of how correctly fitted saddles have improved horses lives and performance.
In this first article in a series looking at jobs in the horse industry, Horse Sport talks to Catie Staszak, who is living her dream live on-air.
Randy Roy is a senior international judge, course designer and author. He owns and operates Hunters Glen Show Stable, with his daughter, Ryan Roy.
Ray Paulick says racetracks of the 21st Century will bear little resemblance to old tracks, with big grandstands and sprawling parking lots.
Try not to cry when you read these extraordinary tales of equine survival from fire, ice water and flooding. All three survivors are thriving today.
Krista Pollack, a grand prix dressage rider and trainer, is carefully rebuilding a horse farm in the aftermath of unspeakable tragedy.
The Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society (CTHS) provides a quick review of the process for how to register a Thoroughbred foal in Canada.
Forty-one of 50 U.S. states have made dog racing illegal, Florida being the latest and most important state to do so. Is horse racing next?
John Burness (Brnjas) of Colebrook Farms speaks about the state of Ontario’s breeding industry, and how important it is to have its own horse population.
Acquiring Sky Promise was pretty much a shot in the dark. Find out how trainer Robertino Diodoro’s $40,000 claim became champion of the west.
Alison King visits grand prix dressage trainer Leah Wilkins to get schooled by an upper-level veteran dressage horse, and learn the true feel of ‘correct.’
Manfred and Penny Conrad of Waterloo, ON are ecstatic after winning the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint with Shamrock Rose.
Horse show steward Jan Stephens discuses the rules regarding cell phones, helmet cams, and other electronic devices in warmups and competition.
Young horse jumper development divisions are successful in many countries, yet lacking in Canada, to the frustration of riders and breeders.