A successful career on the line can improve a horse's chances at being noticed by perspective buyers.
With their success in hosting horse shows that are consistently well supported, Spruce Meadows remains a model venue in the industry.
The resurgence of the hunter derby in North America represents a return for show hunters to the style and brilliance reminiscent of traditio
Maintaining the focus of your mount is a struggle for many riders.
If you ask Jessica Hampf what she credits as a major influence behind her 19th-place finish at the 2012 Rolex Kentucky, she will say it is h
Rachel Schnurr of Waterloo, ON, is one of Canada’s most exciting new young professionals. She has experienced success in every ring on the
There are many factors that influence the jumping style of a horse, along with the rider's position, will affect how well a horse jumps with its front end.
For those who think braiding requires little work, Natalie Gascho’s advice is frank. ‘Make sure you aren’t afraid to work no matter what,’ she cautions.
Over the years, Wesley Newlands has ridden with, and credits her success to, some of the best.
Bobbie Reber operates Reber Ridge Stables at Milner Downs in Langley, BC, is a Level III coach and an international hunter and equitation judge.
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