Lindsay Day talks to Canadian equestrian Olympian Jimmy Day about his how equestrian sport in Canada started, his horses, and giving back.
Trailblazer Christilot Boylen, Canada’s most decorated dressage rider, continues to influence the sport from inside and outside the ring.
These five people left successful careers to follow their dreams, change their lives, and carve out a place for themselves in the horse industry.
Canadian eventer Lesley Grant-Law aspires to ride great horses, run a successful business through Law Eventing and raise a happy family.
Recently, Great Britain’s Georgina ‘Piggy’ French won her first-ever five-star event after 25 attempts, and a decade competing in the sport.
Talented matchmaker Ilan Ferder has an approach to finding horses and pairing them with the right riders, which is both comprehensive and successful.
A look at how Erynn Ballard manages to balance her career as a top show jumper, while serving as an owner and manager at Looking Back Farm.
Long-time friends and business associates, Joan Addison and Ian Black, have teamed up to aim the Thoroughbred colt Dun Drum for the Queen’s Plate.
Dr. Orlaith Cleary, an Irish-born equine surgeon, has travelled the world and landed at the Ontario Equine Hospital, working with racehorses at Woodbine.
Ada Storm might not have been a star on the racetrack, but partnered with 13-year-old Mack Moore, he’s finding success as a barrel racer.
Wonder Gadot, owned by Gary Barber, claimed the 2018 Horse of the Year Sovereign Award, and was named Champion Three-Year-Old Female.
Jill Irving’s first experiences in the equestrian world were a far cry from the glitz and glamour of Wellington, Florida, where she now competes.
One of the most recognizable figures in the dressage world, Robert Dover has represented the US at six Olympic Games and multiple world championships.
Jonathan Zammit became Woodbine Racetrack’s vice-president of thoroughbred racing operations in January of 2017 – a challenge he’s taken on with gusto.
Kristjan Good has been called ‘hunter guru’ and ‘derby whisperer’ – both terms the modest rider would likely disagree with, but he’s earned the monikers.