Lusi was prone to having big babies – her first two foals both weighed nearly 120 pounds, and the equine midwife said they “weren’t easy pulls.”
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It was a tragedy that led Brenda Bastian to purchase her Trakehner broodmare, Helga. And another tragedy nearly ended the mare’s life.
Two days later, though, Mary noticed the small wound in the middle of Cian’s forehead didn’t look so good. Keep reading to find out more.
This article highlights the condition known as pericarditis, an inflammation of the pericardium (the sac that surrounds the heart).
After examining the mare, Kate Mark noticed that the mare’s left eye appeared cloudy and blue. When they returned home, and she called her local vet.
Find out which animal cruelty laws exist in Canada and how they are monitored and enforced in the country, and learn how to report problems.
In her final adventure this year, Liz Brown tries her hand at cutting. In this article Brown highlights what the event is, the rules, and her experience.
This article highlights everything you need to know about driving. Liz Brown shares her story and what her experience was like when she tried it.
On a chilly but sunny day in early May, Liz Brown headed out to Lee Jackson's farm in St. Anns, Ontario to try barrel racing.
Most people, probably, would not feel comfortable riding in such a precarious state, but for Joanne Chu-Fook, a hunter/jumper rider from Toronto, Ontario, this is just the reality of her horseback riding experience.
Joanne was born with a hearing impairment …