Equine-assisted therapy is gaining popularity for people with PTSD, including war veterans. How can it help, and who is regulating its practice?
The winner of the 2018 Hero of the Horse Award is Kris Latham from Squamish, B.C.! Get to know what makes her an exceptional horsewoman and human being.
Soft tissue injuries affecting tendons and ligaments can be career and even life-ending for horses. Learn how to recognize, treat and prevent them.
Jim Phillips and his off-the-track Thoroughbred Mike have raised thousands of dollars to ensure others find good homes at the end of their racing careers.
Is there value in shelling out for a pre-purchase exam by an equine veterinarian? Find out the many things this precautionary measure can reveal.
Try not to cry when you read these extraordinary tales of equine survival from fire, ice water and flooding. All three survivors are thriving today.
Equine embryo transfer is integral to breeding programs around the world and now, embryo auctions give buyers an affordable way to get elite pedigrees.
If white line on the equine hoof gets damaged, it becomes an entry point for anaerobic fungi and bacteria, which can lead to separation of the hoof wall.
Being a carded equestrian athlete can provide riders with medal potential the means to train and compete. Learn how the system works, and who is eligible.
While not a part of the horse’s anatomy most people give a lot of thought to, the equine tongue can influence digestion, behaviour, and performance.
Texas university seeks to produce reliable data on CBD effects in equines
Colorado State U. breaks ground on Temple Grandin Equine Center
Once Bitten, Twice Shy? Not necessarily, according to survey
Equine Guelph’s Mare & Foal Care Tool a valuable resource
Equine Guelph’s Top Tips for Finding your Perfect Equine Partner
B.C. Wild Horses Featured in The Wild Ones T.V. Series
New Series and Summits Initiative being introduced by EC in 2020