While Horse Day may have looked a bit different in 2020 than in years past, equestrians nationwide took part in online celebrations.
Important topics include COVID-19 updates and protecting yourself, lameness prevention, and the detrimental effects of tight nosebands and tongue ties.
Horsewoman Brianna Noble rode Dapper Dan alongside thousands who marched to protest the murder of African American George Floyd.
Researchers ease fears as the hot, humid months are upon us, assuring that the novel coronavirus cannot be transmitted by the pesky bugs.
Fans of the long-running series Heartland will be happy to hear that the show will return this winter for its 14th season.
Committees have backed up the schedule in hopes that in just over 2 months it will be deemed safe to hold these outdoor events in a responsible way.
Almost 100 percent of University of Guelph survey participants agreed that there were welfare issues in the Canadian equine industry.
Even though equestrian facilities have been allowed resume limited riding lesson operations, it’s going to be a long way back financially for some.
Researchers at four universities report they have made a breakthrough in understanding of squamous cell carcinoma, a common equine penile cancer.
Amendment to the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act to include allowing horse people access to indoor facilities as well as outdoor.