Australian eventer Andrew Hoy, who competed in his first Olympic Games in 1984, is aiming for a record eighth Games with Vassily de Lassos.
As a racehorse, he was a barn favourite. As an off-the-track retired Thoroughbred, Go Greeley is learning what it takes to be an equitation horse.
In this first installment of “Training to Win” with Reade Baker, the veteran Thoroughbred trainer shares his insights on techniques and strategies.
Struck Apparel creators Ashley Glanc and Kevin Maxie have turned their passion for style and function into a thriving equestrian apparel business.
Best known as the agent for leading jockey Patrick Husbands, Leroy Trotman has had a wealth of experience in the Thoroughbred racing game.
Having bonded with her new owner, Issabella Kerr, off-the-track Thoroughbred Ava’s Angel is now thriving her second career as a jumper.
Multi-talented horseman, Reade Baker, has retired from training a stable of horses to pursue other opportunities in the thoroughbred game.
Opposing trainers may have laughed when Manitoba-bred Escape Clause came to Santa Anita to contest the La Canada stakes, but they weren’t laughing now.
Fifty years into the game, BC Hall-of-Famer Peter Redekop has stepped up to donate $100,000 to the purse of the 2019 British Columbia Derby he loves.
When injury ended his race career, the once highly sought after Thoroughbred Catch Twenty One, was rehomed and is now in training to become an eventer.
Ireland’s Niall Collum has settled at Woodbine as a trainer and is working at building up a small, successful stable complete with first-time horse owners.
Janet Konyer was a new face on the grand prix dressage scene last year riding a horse born and raised on her Lookout Farm in Belwood, Ontario.
Stephen Clarke, FEI 5* Judge General and busy clinician, travels the globe imparting his training theories and techniques to produce better dressage horses.
Dutch dressage rider Hans Peter Minderhoud is a team player whose ambition is to help lift his beloved compatriots back to the centre step of the podium.
Saffiano, an Ontario bred Thoroughbred, caught the eye of exercise rider Katie Larsen, who later helped him find a new home and career with Meagan White.