This original "extreme" sport is enjoyed by First Nation peoples of all ages at race tracks around North America.
A Horse Tale Rescue's huggable ex-carriage horse helps fight loneliness and isolation with a good dose of "vitamin H".
Horse-Canada interviews author Carrie Seim about this funny and tender middle-grade novel about finding your forever herd.
Armed only with her wits and a GPS connected to a support team, French author Aliénor le Gouvello tackled the infamous 5,330 km trail.
A couple of extraordinary horses step up to help patients, some suffering from cancer and others from loneliness and isolation.
Nothing can stop Ontario barrel racer Sue Collier from excelling at an age when many would consider retiring.
Ringside Media's social media campaign started small and took off in a big way as they invited horse lovers to share their photos and stories.
In a season 14 opening episode shocker, Amber Marshall's co-star Graham Wardle bows out of the beloved, long-running CBC series.
Toronto Equestrian Downtown will be based out of the historic Horse Palace building on the grounds of Exhibition Place.
"It’s all about the horses.” Brenda Thompson saves horses from the brink of death to lead healthy, happy lives.
The winner of the British Triple Crown, who was bred at E. P. Taylor's Windfields Farm, will go down in racing history as one of the best.
Entrepreneurs and horse lovers Clair and Taryn are saving equines and providing visitors with welcome socially-distanced outdoor adventures.
Horse Canada interviews Alberta-based filmmaker Cheryl Foggo about her reasons for bringing the story of John Ware to the big screen.
Can't ride, but still want horses around you every day? You are not alone, as the popularity of the Non-Ridden Equine movement would indicate.
Think you've seen it all when it comes to horse sports? How about the official Heritage Sport of Colorado - a human/burro marathon with a Triple Crown!