Does Equestrian Canada’s proposal to monitor noseband tightness actually measure up? Some stakeholders weigh in.
A Michigan State veterinary medicine student and hunter-jumper rider presented her research at the 2021 ESS symposium.
A pilot study showed the proportion of horses failing to complete the competition was significantly higher for those with high RHpE scores.
Studies are limited as to how much pain a horse experiences during the process, but there are alternatives to make it less stressful.
Rather than trying to assume a position of dominance, humane equine training involves the basic learning principles of ethical equitation.
What does the FEI's ban on trimming whiskers possibly mean for the hunter ring where turnout is considered part of the judging criteria?
This exclusive excerpt from "What Horses Really Want" by Lynn Acton offers advice on how to be a considerate, comfortable, pleasant rider.
While we wish we never had to use physical restraints on our horses, unfortunately there are times it is necessary for everyone's safety.
Understanding the distinction between negative reinforcement and punishment points to why the latter is questionable as an effective training tool.
Mounted patrols have been on the front lines of recent violent riots; here's what's being done to protect and heal the horses.