Yogi Fell of Granville, P.E.I., is Horse Canada’s first-ever Hero of the Horse award winner. Fell has been helping horses and humans for over 30 years.
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Brenda Fehr was a top finalist for the 2017 Heroes of the Horse Award. Learn about the lives she saves at Dare to Dream Horse Rescue.
The winner of the 2018 Hero of the Horse Award is Kris Latham from Squamish, B.C.! Get to know what makes her an exceptional horsewoman and human being.
Slowing down is necessary in life and in horsemanship; here's how to incorporate rest and relaxation into your rides to create a calmer equine partner.
Follow this essential checklist for horse, vehicle and trailer to ensure you and your horse arrive safe and sound every time you travel.
Vets at the Ontario Veterinary College will soon be able to use 3D printed models of joints to practice ultrasound-guided joint injections.
Part 2 of Josh Nichol’s series on achieving self-carriage features five simple ground exercises that will improve your horse’s mental and physical unity.
Anne Gage outlines five steps for establishing a positive partnership with your horse.
Here are five handy hints for developing better, more effective leg aids, so you stop losing your stirrups or gripping your horse’s sides.
There are some diseases that can be transmitted from horses to humans. Diseases that are communicable between animals and humans are called zoonotic.