There are ways to raise public awareness and promote the beloved horse despite the pandemic, plus kids 3-16 can enter the National Drawing Contest.
Animal welfare ethologist Professor Paul McGreevy to present science-based education on the use of tongue-ties and nosebands.
Outlining the precautionary measures needed to ensure the safety of everyone at CARD when operations resume, plus a fundraising update.
For horse and facility owners, trainers, racetrack personnel – anyone who is interested in best practices to prevent fires in their barns.
During this isolation period, cowboys and cowgirls will have an opportunity to affordably compete from the comfort of their home practice pen.
Join up with Seana Waldon of the Community Association for Riders with Disabilities in her efforts to raise funds for grain to help feed the CARD herd.
Please assist Bonnie Hartley, Fundraising and Events coordinator, in her efforts to help with the cost of supplements and treats.
Equine Guelph shares management strategies to prevent colic because of a sudden increase of fresh spring grass in a horse’s diet.
This week, join up with Judy Wanless, Director of Volunteer Services at CARD, in her quest to raise funds to help cover the cost of farrier fees.
Study explores the impact of farriery interventions on equine symmetry - including weight bearing and propulsion - when travelling on paved surfaces.