Articles - miscellaneous

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Then and now… Windfields Farm

In its glory days, Windfields Farm in Oshawa, Ontario, was rich with some of the bluest blooded thoroughbreds in the world.

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Rockspring

Louis Cauz tells us about Queen's Plate starter Rockspring who went to war.

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Looking Into the Crystal Ball of Equestrian Sport

This sampling of the up-and-coming generation of coaches, riders and course designers is optimistic about the future of equestrian events in Canada.

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The Wonder of Basement Tack Migration (Humour)

Humour columnist Doug Breen is bewildered by the amount of tack that crops up all over his house.

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The Evolution of Eventing

Eventing has come a long way since its humble beginnings centuries ago as a test by mounted soldiers to show off the abilities of their horses. Since then, it has evolved into a discipline that is enjoyed by thousands, questioned by countless, and often fraught with controversy.

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Equine Immersion

Humour columnist Doug Breen prepares lessons plans for his imaginary Equine Immersion school. In this article, find out what those plans are.

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Picture Perfect!

How to take great horse photographs.

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In Search of Hidden Treasure: Geocaching on Horseback

In this article, join millions of other modern day treasure hunters with tips on how to have fun geocaching on horseback.

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A Place of Our Own (Humour)

In this article humour columnist Doug Breen lists the reasons he and his wife, Krista, will never own a farm of their own.

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A Look Back …

50 years ago, 100 years ago... and where are they now?