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The Testing Begins!

Brandon Hall tackles the next step on his way to becoming a certified equestrian coach – taking the Rider Level 8 test – and survives!

By: Certifiable

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Conformation Shots? No Problem

From mud covered white coats and lack of cooperation to indecent exposure, Winnie recalls the struggle to take perfect conformation photos.

By: Fun and Games with Winnie

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Meet Nathaniel Arcand, Heartland’s Dr. Scott Cardinal

Nathaniel Arcand has played Dr. Scott Cardinal on Heartland since the beginning. Here is talks about his love of the show and horses.

By: Star Crossed Horses

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Equispeak Enjoys A Full-House at The Mane Event

Monty Gwynne takes Equispeak positive reinforcement training to a packed house of clinic attendees at the Mane Event, and now she’s headed to Europe.

By: Clicking with the Pony Fairy

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Why and How to Become Certified

Pam Coburn, the Director of Sport for Ontario Equestrian, explains why coaches should become certified and how to start the process.

By: Certifiable

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So Much White-Out!

Melissa Brown discovers judging is harder than she expected it to be, after her first experience behind the clipboard at a Hamilton Hunt Trillium Show.

By: Jumping Into Judging

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On the Way to Becoming Certifiable…Coaches That Is

Brandon Hall’s Certifiable blog will follow him and a few of his friends through the process of becoming a Nationally Certified Competition Coach.

By: Certifiable

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Driving at the 2018 Spring Fundraiser Was a Hit

On May 6th, Winsong Farm held their spring fundraiser. They raised over $1,850 for victims of last year’s hurricane Irma.

By: Fun and Games with Winnie

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Once Upon a Time’s Allisa Swanson Talks Costume Design

A chat with Allisa Swanson, costume designer extraordinaire, who has worked on The 100 and Once Upon Time, the series finale of which airs May 18th.

By: Star Crossed Horses

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Toxic Horse Feed Contaminated by Livestock Antibiotics

Equine nutritionist Shannon Pratt-Phillips explains that ionophores, types of antibiotics added to cattle, swine and poultry feed, are toxic to horses.

By: Nutrition Expert