Horse trainer Robyn Szybunka really wants to bring her newly adopted young wild horses home from Nevada to Alberta, but can she get them in her trailer?
Horse trainer Robyn Szybunka has adopted three Nevada mustangs and brought them home to Alberta. Read part one of her journey.
Veronica Bot, a 22-year-old show jumper from Burlington, Ontario, trains with Chris Delia, and won the 2018 Caledon Cup title.
Ashlee Brnjas started riding hunters but now she trains world-class racehorses like Johnny Bear who is running in the 2018 Pattison Canadian International.
New York has once again become a big apple in the United States with its thoroughbred racing and breeding program that gets funds from state gambling.
The Pennsylvania breeding industry was declining rapidly without a long-term agreement, but recent changes have the state on the verge of a second wind.
Ontario's breeding industry is in decline with no long-term funding earmarked for the benefit of the province's racehorse breeders.
It takes a minimum of four years to get a racehorse to the track. This series looks at how local breeder awards encourage this long-term investment.
With a foot in both the show and racing worlds, Stacey Krembil has been a powerful advocate for the Thoroughbred and has a favourite in the Breeders Stakes.
In a continuing effort to support the aftercare of retired Thoroughbred racehorses the Jockey Club has implemented a Report of Mares Bred fee.
Young riders are benefitting to the tune of $150,000 from two new Canadian programs initiated by John Anderson to give up-and-comers a financial boost.
Competitive equestrians in particular should be aware of which horse drugs are listed as banned substances or controlled medication.
Looking for a sixth Queen’s Plate win, Sam-Son Farms is sending two hopefuls to the 159th running of the prestigious race – Say the Word and Strike Me Down.
Queen’s Plate favourite, the filly Dixie Moon, is connected to a Canadian equestrian dynasty through her trainer Catherine Day Phillips.
Shortly after selling his winning mare Celena Z in 2011, Canadian show jumper Keean White took a step back to work on his technique and approach.