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Nutrition Notes – Feeding the Easy Keeper

If a horse is an easy keeper – how do you know the horse is getting all the nutrients required from their feed and are not plump for other reasons?

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What Does the Future Hold for the Sport of Eventing?

Horse Sport looks at the important issues facing the equestrian discipline of eventing, and what the sport might look like going forward.

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Effective Lungeing Exercises

Does winter weather have you arena-bound? Give these lungeing ideas and other fun indoor stuff to do with your horse to ease the boredom a try.

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Develop Rounder, Smoother Turns with Steve Rother

Try the “Daisy Pattern” exercise for better turns.

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Conformation (part 1): Head, Neck & Body

Conformation varies from breed to breed and horse to horse, but certain qualities are desirable and certain faults, not so much.

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Q&A with Eurico Rosa Da Silva

Canada’s reigning champion jockey, Eurico Rosa Da Silva, surpassed Mickey Walls’ long-standing record for wins at a Woodbine meeting in a remarkable season.

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Stem Cell Reality Check

Few, if any, areas of scientific study have captured the imagination of medicine and the masses alike as definitively as that of stem cell research.

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The Dream Club

The Hastings Racing Club makes owning a racehorse a possibility for just $250.

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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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Body Condition Scoring

There are several ways to keep track of your horse's weight, but the most comprehensive and accessible method is to practice body condition scoring.