In this episode of 'Hitting Your Stride', meditation and yoga teacher Heather Lillico talks about dealing with crippling anxiety.
The revised program has graduated 500% more coaches in the last two years than the previous 10 - thanks to Ruth Allum.
The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program is in its second year of preparing participants for equine jobs – for free.
Be careful when purchasing a horse trailer from a private seller, or you may find it being towed away by the bailiff.
Fresh-cooled semen has several advantages over the fresh and frozen varieties, making it a preferred option for many breeding programs.
Major League Show Jumping is set to start its third lucrative year and the (mostly) Canadian-content Northern Lights team is ready to roll.
What are the legal recourses for trainers and barn owners to protect themselves after a client leaves on bad terms?
This newly-created fundraising program is designed to help Canadian riders afford the costs of competing internationally.
In this episode of Hitting Your Stride, we learn how one rider turned a series of challenges into an opportunity to ‘get back on the horse’.
This newly-minted FEI level 3 course designer set hunter, eq and derby courses for the 100th Royal ‒ and is eyeing the Pan Am Games in Chile.