Articles - miscellaneous

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Inside TV’s Heartland

Heartland, based on the book series of the same name by Lauren Brooke, first appeared on CBC in October of 2007 and has since become a runaway hit.

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Humour: In Defence of Ponies

In the same way that a Driver’s Ed car is constantly being mangled by people who can’t drive, ponies are constantly mangled by people who can’t ride.

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How To Pick a Champion

Finding a winner at a yearling sale isn't easy. Some of the most successful people in the game give one piece of advice for picking out a great horse.

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Lynne Poole: Riding Out the Storms

Despite being badly injured in a riding accident and a devastating number of losses in her personal life, Lynne Poole was determined to accomplish her goals

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Carl Hester’s True Life Story

Journalist Bernadette Hewitt reveals the story behind one of the most successful British dressage riders in history, Carl Hester.

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Julia Tops

Julia Tops, talented young rider and daughter of noted professionals, talks to Horse Sport about growing up, branching out, and giving back.

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It’s All in How You Say It (Humour)

In this article humourist Doug Breen reflects on horse diseases, and pain killers, and their folksy names. Keep reading to find out more.

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Join the Parade – Safely

Keeping your horse happy and relaxed in a parade.

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Horses in Song

The first Canadian singing cowboy on record was Wilf Carter, born in 1904, who sang about the strawberry roan in a yodeled narrative.

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White House Stables

Success hasn’t come easily for Nicky and Norman Wylie, owners and operators of White House Stables, but two B.C. champions are putting them on the map.