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Dressage Master Christilot Boylen Embraces the Journey

Trailblazer Christilot Boylen, Canada’s most decorated dressage rider, continues to influence the sport from inside and outside the ring.

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Obstacle Prep

Steve Rother shares an exercise for teaching your horse to respond positively to challenges.

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Tiny Packages, Big Problems

Miniature horses are built exactly like their full-sized fellow equines, but along with their small stature come some unique health problems.

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No One is Laughing at Manitoba’s Escape Clause Now

Opposing trainers may have laughed when Manitoba-bred Escape Clause came to Santa Anita to contest the La Canada stakes, but they weren’t laughing now.

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Thundering Controversy

The tradition and sport of chuckwagon racing has staunch supporters and fierce opponents. Where on the spectrum do you land?

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Formulating a Feed Program for: A Horse Coming Into Work

Horses coming into work for the season, or for the first time, will start with light exercise and eventually get into moderate, heavy or intense work.

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Confinement Refinement: Managing the Stall Rest Sentence

Stall-bound horses are habitually cut off from equine contact, which is compounded by the subsequent diminishment of human contact.

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Eco-Friendly Horse Keeping: 10 Ways to Be Green

Making an effort to be a greener horse owner through eco-friendly management practices is beneficial to your horse’s health, the environment and your wallet

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Meet Mac Makenny

In this article readers can be inspired by Mac Makenny’s devotion to life on his ranch and the horses who call it home, and how his knowledge is shared.

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A Stronger Core for an Effective Seat

Creating a supple, balanced and athletic horse for any discipline requires the rider to have an effective seat through a strong core.