Humour columnist Doug Breen tries to imagine that the first ride was like for the first brave caveman.
In this article humour columnist Doug Breen lists the reasons he and his wife, Krista, will never own a farm of their own.
Humour columnist Doug Breen prepares lessons plans for his imaginary Equine Immersion school. In this article, find out what those plans are.
Humour columnist Doug Breen is bewildered by the amount of tack that crops up all over his house.
Humour columnist Doug Breen dreams up a new horse sport, combining speed, risk and a very real possibility of injury.
Humour columnist Doug Breen lists the dos and don’ts of getting your horse into a trailer, based on his years as a horse husband and father.
Humour columnist Doug Breen talks about the Baby Boomers’ contribution to the horse industry.
In this article, humour columnist Doug Breen ponders the value of horses and riding in our lives, and his children's, beyond a dollar amount.
Humour columnist Doug Breen considers a new career baling grass from golf courses and the side of the road and selling it for big bucks.
Humour columnist Doug Breen gets serious and urges horse lovers to support horse racing in Ontario.
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