Bob and Pam Cramers have developed Westana Equine Training and Rehab Centre into a world-class facility for thoroughbred racehorses and other breeds.
Empire Meadows Thoroughbred Park has been reborn under the name Empire Equestrian, now owned and operated by Martin and Lori Neyka.
Canadian eventer Tosca Holmes-Smith lives and trains “in the middle of nowhere” in B.C., yet is quietly becoming a force in the sport.
After working for Hall of Fame trainer Roger Attfield on and off for eight years, Nigel Burke has gone out on his own as a trainer at Woodbine.
Two young Saskatchewan women are off to the Thoroughbred Makeover Competition at the Kentucky Horse Park with their retired racehorses.
French show jumper Kevin Staut believes in five fundamental values of performance sport: Passion, Excellence, Performance, Ethics, and Perseverance
Toronto-born Rebecca McGoldrick, who trains with Dermott Lennon in Ireland, aims to become a member of the Canadian Show Jumping Team.
Nicole Walker inherited the horse gene from her grandfather, Frank Stronach. She’ll be cheering on Stronach’s Delta Prince in the Ricoh Woodbine Mile.
Learn how reading a murder-mystery led 2017 Heroes of the Horse finalist Kathy Bartley to open Bear Valley Rescue in Alberta with her husband, Mike.
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.
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.
Ivan, now 62, was the first of the three to start at Whitemud. Having loved horses since he was a child growing up in the Ukraine, he always wanted to ride.
Sherry Mclean who owns and operates Northern Dawns Stables stumbled across Reload earlier this year while he was still in race training.
Originally a $2,000 yearling purchase in 2007 by Doug Clyde, Monsterinthecloset raced 50 times through 2013 for three different owners.
In April of 2015, Bruce Lunsford’s Stacked Deck may not have been among the favourites to earn champion sprinter honours, but by season’s end, the dark bay son of First Samurai left little doubt who stood at the summit.