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Post Parade Q&A with Sarah Ritchie

A fixture at Woodbine for almost 10 years, the assistant trainer, along with her feline friend, are a popular pair at the Toronto oval.

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12 Feeding Myths

How many of these commonly heard statements do you believe? Find out which feeding beliefs have a grain of truth to them and which are myths.

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Family Affair – Eleonore Elstone

Born in Germany, Eleonore got her first pony at the age of seven and began competing at 12 in first and second level dressage and 1.10m jumper classes,

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Dare to Fly

Be inspired by one woman’s perseverance and dedication to the sport she loves, despite all obstacles.

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Does My Horse Have a Hernia?

Could that swelling on your horse’s belly be a hernia? Find out exactly what hernias are and how to recognize and treat them.

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Turns on the Forehand with Shannon Dueck

Although it is no longer a movement in lower-level dressage tests, the turn on the forehand is a wonderful exercise for training the horse and educating the rider.

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Champion Two-Year-Old Male: Riker

Riker romped through the first four starts of his career, graduating at first asking before taking the Colin, Swynford and Grade 3 Grey Stakes, maintaining a perfect record on the Woodbine main while racing at distances ranging from five furlongs to

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Equine Asthma: How to Cope

This article highlights the research behind equine asthma, how to manage the many diseases that fall under this category, and how to cope.

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Ask the Judge: cross-cantering, counter cantering, judges’ booths and more

Which is worse – cross-cantering or counter-cantering around a turn? Find out what Randy Roy has to say about this, and more.

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Lacey and Emma: Who Rescued Who?

A true story of love and friendship between 11-year-old Emma and her therapy pony, Lacey.