Southlands Riding Club, a non-for-profit equestrian riding club based in Southlands, Vancouver, B.C., is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year.
Ontario Equestrian has partnered with Equine Guelph to help fund research to establish what is a normal microbial population in the equine digestive tract.
The next Equestrian Canada (EC) National Equine Disease & Welfare Surveillance Call is coming up tomorrow, August 8, 2018 at 12 p.m. ET.
The Erin Agricultural Society has announced the inaugural Erin Fair Heritage Horse Hall of Fame. Nominations are being accepted until Sept 5, 2018.
A new study on the effects of soaking and steaming hay – two ways to manage hay for horses with conditions like insulin resistance or respiratory disease.
Equine Guelph will be offering a FREE hands-on equine first aid workshop facilitated by veterinarians for 40 Ontario horse industry participants.
A positive case of Equine Infectious Anemia has been confirmed for a horse on a premises in the rural municipality of Great Bend, Saskatchewan.
Justify, the 13th winner of the American Triple Crown of Thoroughbred horse racing, will be immortalized as a collectible Breyer figurine.
The Canadian Animal Health Surveillance System has reported a case of Equine Herpesvirus (neurologic) in Saskatchewan, which is under investigation.
Recent testing conducted by a Swedish insurance company reveals that many brands of equestrian helmets do not protect riders as well as they could.
Equestrian Canada has taken the Responsible Coaching Movement Pledge as the next step in an ongoing commitment to safety and welfare.
David Lee, Victoria and Jason Leroy Small failed to appear in a Provincial Offences Court in Newmarket, ON, on July 6, as each face animal cruelty charges.
Macronutrients are the nutrients that are required in larger amounts in your horse’s diet. They include protein, fat and carbohydrates.
Canadian horsemanship trainer, Lorie Duff, will represent Team Canada in The Gobi Desert Cup, a 480 km race across Mongolia, held August 22-31.
Two horses at Integrity's Haven Equine Rescue Centre Society in Chester Basin, N.S. have died as the result of botulism from eating contaminated hay.