A director at the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency said she doesn’t expect hair testing to be adopted in Canadian horse racing any time soon.
Learn about the evolution of the boot that won the West, then went from functional to fashionable, with these 10 amazing facts about cowboy boots.
Canada’s bronze medal-winning dressage team - Cindy Ishoy, Ashley Holzer, Gina Smith and Evi Pracht - reflects on their experiences at the 1988 Olympics.
There is a growing trend of riding ponies and other ‘small but mighty’ equines for adults. So, what’s the appeal of these petite equines?
A look at how local media covered the end of Thoroughbred racing at Northlands Park, after 118 years. In the end, the Edmonton track went out with a bang.
Ray Paulick says racing – especially horse owners – will have a tough time convincing politicians it deserves a piece of the action from sports gambling.
Follow this essential checklist for horse, vehicle and trailer to ensure you and your horse arrive safe and sound every time you travel.
Is your horse a candidate for a bitless bridle? Find out how to choose one that will offer a good combination of comfort and control.
Equine-assisted therapy is gaining popularity for people with PTSD, including war veterans. How can it help, and who is regulating its practice?
Jan Stephens explains that in the equine world, horse show stewards identify three major areas of abuse: physical, emotional, and chemical.
A registered not-for-profit, Spirit Horse NL is based in Portugal Cove, Newfoundland, and stands for Supporting Peers In Recovery-based Interactive Therapy.
Enjoy a behind the scenes tour of CBC’s hit show, Heartland, and get insider information on how it’s made from the cast and crew members.
Andrea Harrison (aka the Inadvertent Rescuer) shares a story about a horse that went from merely surviving to thriving, and the courage it took.
Today’s fly masks for horses boast a range of features from nose flaps and ear coverings to lightweight high-tech fabrics and UV protection.
A recent study posed the question: can people make accurate distinctions between horse vocalizations in positive and negative contexts?