His training program provides much-needed ground manners and ridden training to help in-transition horses become safer and more adoptable.
This past week two more horses have been extracted from dire situations thanks to local fire and rescue teams.
A UK study found that the virus can survive only a few minutes on most sporting equipment, and even less time on materials such as leather.
Kids across Canada and around the world can sign up for this on-demand opportunity to learn more about horses during the Covid second wave.
The western-style design satisfies all ASTM safety standards and SEI regulations while ensuring you look cool while protecting your noggin!
Starting this November, this course for kids on horse handling, behaviour, rider and helmet safety will be available online for three months.
University of Guelph students are working with Dr. Katrina Merkies to provide helpful information for horse communities across Canada.
Ghost the mustang joins four Quarter Horses at the Vandenberg Airforce Base as part of the Military Working Horse law enforcement unit.
In a country plagued with an above-average death rate due to no pandemic lockdown, these brave knights are encouraging tourists to social distance.
A welcome amendment has been made to the Ministry of Health's Summer Day Camp guidance document which will now allow horseback riding.
Equine Guelph in partnership with Ontario Equestrian has developed a unique learning community open only to applicants of the For the Herd funding program.
For horse and facility owners, trainers, racetrack personnel – anyone who is interested in best practices to prevent fires in their barns.
In response to industry requests during the COVID-19 pandemic, recent updates to the course will address many horse caretaker and facility owner concerns.
In order to better understand the impact of the pandemic and to potentially help owners and horse welfare, you are invited to complete a short survey.
Gone are the days of ‘get right back on that horse’ - and with good reason. Bouncing your brain around can put an athlete at serious risk.
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