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Eventer Lesley Grant-Law is Full of Blonde Ambition

Canadian eventer Lesley Grant-Law aspires to ride great horses, run a successful business through Law Eventing and raise a happy family.

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Become a More Confident Rider in and Out of the Ring

Having confidence is about more than just believing in yourself. Learn how to make a plan and stick to it, so that you feel prepared and capable as a rider.

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What Does the Future Hold for the Sport of Eventing?

Horse Sport looks at the important issues facing the equestrian discipline of eventing, and what the sport might look like going forward.

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Noseband Science: How Tight is Too Tight for Your Horse?

The rules on how tight a horse’s noseband should be in equestrian sports are unclear, but research is showing that they need to be loosened.

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Bringing Water to Your Horse Paddocks

Keeping horses hydrated can be a challenge, between hot summers and sub-arctic winters. Find out the best way to get fresh water to your paddocks.

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How to Preserve Your Horse’s Joint Health and Mobility

Get expert advice on developing a plan to maintain your horse’s joint health and slow the progression of equine arthritis and other inflammation.

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Treat and Prevent Mosquito-Borne West Nile Virus in Horses

Mosquitos can carry West Nile Virus, Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis and Western Equine Encephalomyelitis, which can cause major health concerns horses.

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Young Guns! Profiling Show Jumper Joe Carruthers

Young show jumper Joe Carruthers of Alberta has a knack for creating successful partnerships with his mounts, including his current horse Rialto SM.

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Canadian Lesley Grant-Law on Balancing her Eventful Life

Canadian eventer Lesley Grant-Law on unrealized dreams and unexpected changes of plan, and how she manages to balance riding and family life.

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Legal Considerations of Having Children and Dogs at the Barn

Some stables have a “no dog” rule, but it’s difficult to have a “no children” rule. Learn how to protect yourself and your guests, with sensible barn rules.