Animal Justice, a Canadian animal rights group, is calling for a ban on horse-drawn carriages in PEI similar to the one announced in Montreal.
Last chance to nominate someone to represent the equestrian community in the October issue of Zoomer magazine. The deadline is June 23, 2018.
Netherlands-based show jumper Ben Talbot, 32, is now the second British rider is at the centre of a social media storm over whip abuse.
An abused horse, rescued by Sound Equine Oregon, is suing his former owner for more than $100,000 to pay for veterinary bills as well as pain and suffering.
The City of Montreal has announced a by-law prohibiting the use of horse-drawn carriages in downtown Montreal, which will come into effect December 31, 2019
Former owner of Whisper Ridge Ranch who was under investigation by the OSPCA in 2016 on suspicion of animal cruelty and neglect, is back in the headlines.
RIDE TV will now be available to more Canadian viewers thanks to an agreement between the American digital cable and satellite network and TELUS Optik TV.
The B.C. SPCA wants horse-drawn carriages banned from Victoria streets, following an incident in May, in which two harnessed horses fell at Ogden Point.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is proposing a National Equine Infectious Anemia Disease Control Program. Comments are being accepted until June 18.
Equestrian Canada’s National Equine Disease & Welfare Surveillance Call on June 6th will include an update on proposed fee increases for equine drugs.
The hit CBC show Heartland is looking for a new cast member – a blonde, blue-eyed Alberta girl aged 6-9. No acting experience is required!
The Halifax Junior Bengal Lancers, whose barn is currently under quarantine due to a Strangles outbreak, has launched a GoFundMe campaign.
Equestrian Canada informs the equestrian community on their position regarding Health Canada’s proposed increase to service fees for veterinary drugs.
Thanks to Esther the Wonder Pig, and the two men who rescued her, the Ontario Veterinary College will receive a life-saving large animal CT scanner.
A case of Strangles was confirmed at the home stable of the Halifax Junior Bengal Lancers on May 20th. The barn is now under quarantine.