Whatever aspirations of Olympic gold medals a child may possess, podium finishes will rely on a solid foundation put in place by a child's trainer and their most important teacher: that first pony.
This article showcases the histories and futures of three great American patrons: Abigail S. Wexner, Anne Sparks, and Bruce Duchossois.
Here are some basic guidelines for finding and keeping precious sponsors - including advice from companies both inside and outside the horse industry.
An attractive and knowledgeable presence on the horse show scene, Kim Tudor focuses on high-end sponsor development for major equestrian events.
Whether you call them caulks, studs or corks, these devices that are driven or screwed into horseshoes can provided traction.
While there is no defined system that each veterinarian follows to perform pre-purchase exams, there are generally accepted rules of practice.
Whether your dream is to one day be sitting in the start box at Rolex or Badminton, or to go double clear in your first training level event, it all starts at the same place - finding the perfect mount.
Since establishing Mill Creek Stables in Cambridge, ON, in the 90s, Phil Henning has sourced, owned and bred an impressive stable of show jumping talent.
The North American phenomenon that is the year-round show circuit has far-reaching effects on those involved in the industry.
As the nation’s horse people are trying to find the means to afford their equine pursuits, this article highlights clever money-saving tips.