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Two-time Olympian Jacquie Brooks walks riders through half-steps, an important building block in a horse's education for the piaffe and pass
Para-dressage athlete Robyn Andrews sets her sights on Rio.
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New Provincial Animal Welfare Services Act in Ontario
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BLM’s Attempts to Solve the U.S. Wild Horse Problem
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International Show Jumpers Head to The Royal Horse Show
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