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Do Horses See Colour?

A study published in 2007 confirmed that horses are dichromats with colour vision capabilities similar to humans with red-green colour deficiencies.

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Faces at the Races: Tom Valiquette

Get to know Fort Erie’s hard-working, full-fledged fan.

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Like Father, Like Son: John and Bill Pearce

Behind every top competitor is a mentor, sponsor or supporter who was instrumental in helping that rider along the path to success. Our Horse Tales series The Difference Makers profiles Canada's 2010 WEG team members and the people who inspired them

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The Revitalization of Anderson Farms

When Bob Anderson died in 2010, his son, David, went against the norm and opted to reinvest heavily in Anderson Farms of St. Thomas.

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Understanding Stallion Behaviour

Current breeding practices are a far cry from what a stallion encountered on the range, hanging out with his harem, find out more in this article.

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Letting Them Go

Thinking about end of life decisions for our equine partners is something we would prefer to avoid, but being prepared can help make it easier.

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Equine Nutrition Needs for Healthy Hooves & Hair

To support hoof and hair health, it is important that the nutrients that contribute to keratin synthesis are in adequate amounts in your horse’s diet.

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Feeding the Feet

Equine nutritionist, Shannon E. Pratt-Phillips, Ph.D., explains which nutrients you need to feed your horse to help grow healthy hooves.

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Breeding for Soundness

Although today's racehorses surely don't get the foundation of long, slow works they once did, however, they have grown too fragile as a breed.

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Information Overload

Humour columnist, Doug Breen, cautions horse owners about where they get their information from.