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Now That’s An Adventure

Get a sneak peek inside the grueling Mongol Derby, with insider info from finisher, Liz Brown.

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The Incomparable Ingrid Klimke

It has been a couple of years since Horse Sport sat down with Ingrid Klimke to talk about her life. A lot has happened since then.

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Rider Exercises for Increasing Leg Strength

Try these exercises to increase your leg strength and correct the dreaded “chair seat” posture, a common issue for many horseback riders.

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How to Get Rid of Chronic Thrush

Have you tried everything you can think of to rid your horse’s hooves of thrush, but it just keeps coming back? Learn how to conquer chronic thrush.

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Will The Wild Ones Make it Home?

Horse trainer Robyn Szybunka really wants to bring her newly adopted young wild horses home from Nevada to Alberta, but can she get them in her trailer?

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Navigating Brush Jumps in Eventing

Whether you or your horse are making your eventing debut at entry level or competing in the highest divisions, you’ll have to deal with brush jumps.

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Traditional Saddles vs. Treeless Saddles

This article looks at two different approaches to the saddle question: traditional saddles with trees and today’s treeless saddles.

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Health Q&A: Rabies

Clinical signs of rabies in horses can take up to 12 weeks to appear after the initial infection. Once clinical signs appear, rabies is fatal.

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Canadian Dressage Star Jill Irving: Moving Forward While Giving Back

Jill Irving’s first experiences in the equestrian world were a far cry from the glitz and glamour of Wellington, Florida, where she now competes.