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Off-The-Track to Over Fences

There are many reasons why off-the-track Thoroughbreds (OTTBs) are such a popular choice for sport horses and, in particular, with eventers.

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The Wizard of Oz: Christopher Burton

With parenthood looming, Aussie Christopher Burton balances a busy eventing yard, a full competition schedule – and as many rounds of twilight golf as he can sneak in.

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Back on the Block: Hawley Bennett-Awad

After losing her top ride over two years ago, Hawley Bennett-Awad now has a legitimate four-star horse in Jollybo.

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In-Hand Work for Better Dressage: The Shoulder-In

UK-based trainer Simon Battram describes the steps for introducing this suppling move prior to including it in your under saddle work.

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Countdown to the Ring

Whether you are tackling your first entry-level cross-country course, ammy jumper round, or returning to competition after a long hiatus, here is a timeline for successful mental prep.

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10 Tips for Brilliant Cross-Country Rounds

Rebecca Howard shares some tried-and-true strategies that will help you ride safely and effectively cross-country.

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Can Horses be Depressed?

Since we can’t ask our horses to fill in questionnaires or conduct interviews about their feelings, we don’t know if horses experience depression.

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Conformation Effect on Injuries

We have looked at front leg conformation from the side view; this time we examine conformation abnormalities when observing the forelegs from the front.

By: HPG
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Electrolytes for Hard-Working Athletes

Competition horses, especially at higher levels, have specific nutrient needs, including the replacement of electrolytes lost through sweating.

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State of Eventing in Ontario

Revealing the results of an Ontario Horse Trials Association member survey and examining the state of eventing in the province.