A series on the History channel, called The Wild Ones, features the Qayus, a breed of wild horse in B.C., and the Xeni Gwet’in people who watch over them.
With the start of the new decade, Horse Canada is evolving to better meet our readers’ needs, with more modern and timely digital delivery.
A group of researchers from Australia recently conducted a study to investigate human interactions with horses, looking at tradition vs science.
The annual Gobi Desert Cup will be held from August 28 to September 6. Find out which riders from around the world are set take on the challenge.
Equine veterinary students from the University of Calgary are now doing rotations at the Tsuut’ina and Siksika First Nations, just outside the city.
Vesicular Stomatitis has been reported in the U.S. Find out which restrictions are being imposed on horses being imported or returning from the U.S.
The University of Guelph is seeking Thoroughbred racehorses that have been diagnosed with front limb superficial digital flexor tendinitis, for a study.
Equine Guelph has developed an excellent set of resources and facilitates training on fire prevention and large animal rescue for first responders.
The results of a recent poll show that two-thirds of Canadians are opposed to the slaughter and export of horses for human consumption.
In an important victory for Tennessee Walking Horses, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act.