A universal traceability system for horses in Canada is necessary - and inevitable
While there is no defined system that each veterinarian follows to perform pre-purchase exams, there are generally accepted rules of practice.
C. difficile infection is sometimes a tricky illness to treat because it is treated with antibiotics, which can further upset the gut flora.
Reporter Liz Brown takes us inside the Canadian horse meat industry, posing difficult questions and exposing hard truths.
An inside look into how rescues operate and the adoption options for unwanted horses.
Spurred by the human genome project – the plan to map the entire human genome – these scientists hoped to do the same thing for the horse.
A lawsuit against the American Quarter Horse Association has sparked debate over training methods and judging decisions in the western pleas
Tack & Equipment
In 7 simple steps this article explains how and why riders should check their saddle regularly for their horse’s comfort and performance.
Selling horses can involve a certain degree of both timing and luck, sellers can increase their chances of a sale by following some basic strategies.
A handy guide that covers some of the most common skin problems in horses, complete with symptoms, treatments and prevention tips.
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A Royal Equestrian Canada Convention Experience
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Review Equestrian Canada’s 2019 Rule Change Proposals
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Canadian Eventing Community Mourns Loss of Mary Anne Laframboise