Hickstead, an Olympic champion with lifetime earnings of over $3 million who is ranked the number-one show jumper in the world by the World
It can be difficult to tell when mares are in heat, some develop extreme behaviours that can interfere with training or showing, or be outright dangerous.
A glance at the results of the low adult jumper division at the Winter Equestrian Festival and amateur jumper classes at major Ontario tourn
Cheryl Meisner can partly thank her first horse and a bit of 'blind' luck for her choice of career.
The dangers of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the eyes
Samantha Buirs is on her way.
The average person might not consider taking up riding at the age of 40, let alone eventing.
After years of begging and pleading, working and saving, your parents have finally agreed to buy you a horse! Now what do you do?
You may be able to switch it up a bit - pasture board your horse at a friend's place in the summer, then move to another facility for the winter.
Armin Arnoldt of Dreamscape Farm in BC describes the catch and release methods he uses to avoid frustration and ensure safety.
Input Needed on New Canadian Equine Identification Program
RIDE TV Will Now Be Available to More Canadian Viewers
A Royal Equestrian Canada Convention Experience
Support the Caribbean Equine Relief Effort in the Bahamas
Review Equestrian Canada’s 2019 Rule Change Proposals
Eastern Equine Encephalitis Kills Four Ontario Horses
Canadian Eventing Community Mourns Loss of Mary Anne Laframboise