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Brush Up on New Equestrian Canada Rules for 2019

As an Equestrian Canada member, one must keep current on the rules relevant to their discipline, as well as the General Regulations of our sport.

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Lucky Stables Rebuilding After Hurricane Irma

A Canadian vacationing in St. Martin recounts how the horses of the aptly named Lucky Stables rode out the storm that was Hurricane Irma.

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Tips and Tricks for Photographing Horses

Improve your camera skills with tips from pro photographer Shawn Hamilton, so you can capture special moments and show off amazing photos of your horse.

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10 Amazing Facts About Equine Vision

Equine vision is different from human vision in almost every way, and it is helpful to us when riding and training to understand the differences.

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Chestnuts and Northern Dancer Line Prominent in 2018

Inbreeding to Northern Dancer has become more frequent. In 2018, in particular, we have seen an explosion of multiple linebreeding to Northern Dancer.

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Sue Leslie’s 7 Year War on Behalf of the Thoroughbred

Seven years after the cancellation of the Slots at Racetracks Program, HBPA president Sue Leslie is still trying to lead the industry to a better place.

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Careers in the Horse Biz

In this first article in a series looking at jobs in the horse industry, Horse Sport talks to Catie Staszak, who is living her dream live on-air.

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Ask the Judge: resetting jumps, overzealous cheering, poorly turned out rider and more

Randy Roy is a senior international judge, course designer and author. He owns and operates Hunters Glen Show Stable, with his daughter, Ryan Roy.

By: Randy Roy
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Paulick: Racetracks Need to be Redesigned

Ray Paulick says racetracks of the 21st Century will bear little resemblance to old tracks, with big grandstands and sprawling parking lots.

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Tales of Hope

Try not to cry when you read these extraordinary tales of equine survival from fire, ice water and flooding. All three survivors are thriving today.