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Pro Grooming Tips

Grooming a horse well is about far more than just elbow grease; it reveals a lot about the overall professionalism of the barn.

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Flatwork Basics for Jumpers with Mac Cone

At one time a student of both Bertalan de Nemethy and George Morris, Mac Cone is a master of flatwork.

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Faces At The Races: Elizabeth Stolzenberg

"There is nothing in my life that I've been successful at in my first attempt. I've had to work hard at everything I do. I've made mistakes, but the secret is not to make the same mistake twice."

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Inside TV’s Heartland

Heartland, based on the book series of the same name by Lauren Brooke, first appeared on CBC in October of 2007 and has since become a runaway hit.

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The Wizard of Oz: Christopher Burton

With parenthood looming, Aussie Christopher Burton balances a busy eventing yard, a full competition schedule – and as many rounds of twilight golf as he can sneak in.

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Can Bee Pollen Help my Horse Eat More?

If a horse is having problems consuming enough feed while in training, adding some bee pollen to the horse’s diet may be recommended.

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The Wrong Rig for the Long Haul?

Choosing the correct tow vehicle for your trailer is vital to the safety of both horses and handlers. But how do SUVs stack up against pickup trucks?

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Keeping the Herd Happy

Horses are evolutionarily designed to avoid confrontation and embrace affiliation in order to reap the most benefit from living within a group.

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Missing: A Horse Escape Tale

A woman endures a three-week nightmare after her horse escapes into the wilderness.

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Faces At The Races: Corrine Andros

BC's Corrine trades rodeo for dream life as a jockey