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Profiling Veronica Bot

Veronica Bot, a 22-year-old show jumper from Burlington, Ontario, trains with Chris Delia, and won the 2018 Caledon Cup title.

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Ainsley Vince is Hanging Tough

After suffering multiple horse-related concussions, professional equestrian Ainsey Vince speaks on injury, recovery and what her life is like now.

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Does “RICE” Therapy Work on Horses?

Learn about the RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation) protocol used in human therapy, and find out if is applicable for hoses.

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Causes of and Treatments for Soft Tissue Injury

Soft tissue injuries affecting tendons and ligaments can be career and even life-ending for horses. Learn how to recognize, treat and prevent them.

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10 Facts About Cowboy Boots

Learn about the evolution of the boot that won the West, then went from functional to fashionable, with these 10 amazing facts about cowboy boots.

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2018 Hero of the Horse: Kris Latham

The winner of the 2018 Hero of the Horse Award is Kris Latham from Squamish, B.C.! Get to know what makes her an exceptional horsewoman and human being.

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Halt Fast and Square

The halt remains an often ignored component of training horses. Here are three reasons to tune your horse’s breaks, and ways to do it.

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What to do When your Horse is the Herd Outcast

Restore harmony with expert advice on how to handle upset in the herd when one horse doesn’t fit in, and is cast out by the other horses.

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Increasing Leg Strength

Leg strength is important for riders because it is the foundation of a stable leg and seat. Try this simple exercise to boost leg power.

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Train Your Horse to Back-off a Trailer Calmly

Find out why horses rush when they back off trailers, and how to retrain them to make trailer loading and unloading a more positive experience.

By: Anne Gage