Horse Sport turns the spotlight on the top five show jumpers and dressage riders under the age of 25. These are the ones to watch!
In the July issue of Horse Sport, Canadian eventer Lesley Grant-Law wrote about her mare Fleur in Stable Personalities. But she had more to say!
Show jumper Mackenzie Wray, who trains with Erynn Ballard, jumped her first FEI sanctioned CSI2* this spring, and is gearing up for a successful summer.
John “J.T.” Taylor has built a career as a respected FEI official, but he considers it more of an honour to be able to watch top horses and riders perform.
Robyn Szybunka gets another lesson on the differences between wild horses and domestic horses when she introduces her young mustangs to her stock horses.
Despite 22 horse deaths at Santa Anita that forced a closure, Breeders’ Cup chairman Fred Hertrich III says the event will remain at the California track.
Canada’s Emma Bergeron, who trains with Olympic show jumper Margie Engle, has a secret weapon when it comes to her show jumping career: dressage lessons.
A positive outlook and fierce competitive streak have helped 14-year-old show jumper Ava Wong from Calgary, Alberta, achieve big goals.
As she gets to know her three wild mustangs, Robyn has had to make some adjustments in her training techniques due to their incredibly sensitive nature.
When Béatrice Daviault came second in the Running Fox CET Medal National Final at the 2018 Royal, she said it was just as good as winning.
Jennifer Morrison shares a peek at her 2018 Sovereign Awards ballot. And she urges people not to overlook western Canada’s star horses.
Horse trainer Robyn Szybunka thought she knew horses, but her three recently adopted young mustangs are teaching her more than she expected.
2018 was notably calmer in Canadian equestrian sport politics thanks to the election of a new board and the appointment of a new CEO.
Five years ago Miranda Burruano was routinely falling off of her new horse, Quixote, but she persevered and has won the 2018 Jump Canada Medal Final.
Nancy Beacon, a founding member of OCTRA, who has represented Canada at multiple world championships, both as rider and coach, on how endurance has changed.