As city meets country and more people without farm experience move in next door, conflicts are inevitable. Education and cooperation are the answer.
At just 23 years old, Naima Moreira Laliberté of Montreal has already accomplished more than many riders achieve in a lifetime.
It is as president of Rocky Mountain Show Jumping in Calgary, Alberta, where Olympian John Anderson shines as a visionary.
During her more than 20 years as a coach, Ruth Allum of Oakhurst Farm in Ashton, ON, has guided students from beginner levels to international competition.
As the face of Spruce Meadows, Ian Allison reaches an estimated 4,000,000 Canadians on TV, online, or at the major FEI tournaments held there every summer.
In a continuing attempt to keep you occupied while in lockdown, we present suggestions of horsey things to do, read and watch to help you stay occupied.
While you are (safely) stuck inside, here are some of our favourite regram-worthy equestrian athlete accounts that will help cure your FOMO.
The new Provincial Animal Welfare Services (PAWS) Act launched on January 1st - the first enforcement system of its kind in Canada.
For years riders have complained about a lack of high-quality, stylish riding apparel in larger sizes - but smart manufacturers are finally catching on.
Many Canadian equestrians found themselves fleeing Florida in a race to get home before the US/Canada border was closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.