Be inspired by one woman’s perseverance and dedication to the sport she loves, despite all obstacles.
Being a horsewoman and a news anchor/journalist may seem worlds apart, but not for Amber Schinkel of Global News Calgary.
Horse Canada asks horseman Steve Rother about family, horses and business.
Laurie Silvera, or ‘Sir’ Laurie, as he is affectionately known at the track, has completed a remarkable 40th year of training in Ontario at the age of 85.
Chad Joe is a successful owner of thoroughbred horses who is the first to admit his involvement in the sport was the furthest thing from his mind.
Celebrating the career of Wise Dan, a champion that was perfect on Canadian soil.
From the lush green grass of Northern Ireland through the Dubai desert and more, Saul McHugh has gained a lifetime of horse training in 35 years.
Dr. Dubro Zerajic not only enjoyed a career where he was inspired by horses, he also became one of Ontario’s foremost pioneers in equine acupuncture.
In this article readers can be inspired by Mac Makenny’s devotion to life on his ranch and the horses who call it home, and how his knowledge is shared.
April Wayenberg has found a niche market in breeding and selling colourful sport horses at her Blazing Colours Farm.
Carrie Race reminisces over 25 years spent with her equine twins, Feret and Pevers.
Meet the Garner clan from Rocking Heart Ranch whose motto is: "Where foundation and reputation matter."
Patricia Kuhnen-Beaver recalls the years she spent serving as an apprentice to her farrier father as a child.
The ultimate real-life war horse is immortalized
Humour columnist Doug Breen gets serious and urges horse lovers to support horse racing in Ontario.