The WBA is lobbying for equality in the competition ring to allow bitless horses to compete on equal terms with bitted horses.
Enjoy 'Hope's Legacy' on the Equus Film Channel and contribute to efforts to improve the welfare of the world's working horses, donkeys and mules.
Singer, author launches her live export awareness #HORSESHIT campaign as another cargoload of horses bound for slaughter in Japan leaves this afternoon.
EIS discovers that despite the negative impact the pandemic has had on everyone, there are many positive aspects, especially for horse owners.
Recent horse behaviour studies show a growing interest in understanding our impact on the physiological and behavioural states of our equine partners.
OE will be sending a survey out to the membership to collect data which will hopefully aid in securing ArgiRecovery funding for the industry.
University of Guelph students are working with Dr. Katrina Merkies to provide helpful information for horse communities across Canada.
Alberta Equine Partners for the Herd aims to raise $250,000 to ensure the health, welfare and care of Alberta horses to get them through the winter.
A progressive series of research studies were undertaken, designed to identify and assess behaviours that could be indicators of pain and lameness.
MAF is looking for pilot studies focused on equine behaviour relating to health and welfare involving domesticated or wild horses.
Equine Guelph and the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Nutrition welcome vet teams, equine and pet enthusiasts to join this virtual one-day symposium.
An illustrated guide showing 24 behaviours that scientific research has identified as most likely to be present in ridden horses that are experiencing pain.
Equine Guelph in partnership with Ontario Equestrian has developed a unique learning community open only to applicants of the For the Herd funding program.
Important topics include COVID-19 updates and protecting yourself, lameness prevention, and the detrimental effects of tight nosebands and tongue ties.
Almost 100 percent of University of Guelph survey participants agreed that there were welfare issues in the Canadian equine industry.