To avoid going completely bonkers while in lockdown, we present suggestions of horsey things to do, read and watch to help you stay occupied.
To avoid going completely stir-crazy we will be offering suggestions to help you stay occupied and satisfy your horse cravings while in isolation.
Changes are coming to the way equestrian coaches are licensed in Canada. Find out what they are, and what they mean to equestrian sport in Canada.
Stephanie Stone of Stonewood Construction Management Inc. advises how you can stay on track and on budget when building and renovating.
Christilot Boylen shares her thoughts on the USEF SafeSport Policy, and asks does it really offer equal protection to everyone in the horse industry?
Horse Sport looks at the important issues facing the equestrian discipline of eventing, and what the sport might look like going forward.
Equestrian grooms Denise Moriarty and Meghan Button share behind the scenes advice on how to begin the journey to becoming a professional groom.
Canadian equestrian Erynn Ballard shares her take on the state of coaching in Canada, and offers suggestions for how to improve the industry.
Horse Sport’s fashionista Stefania Evans gives us a glimpse of what it’s like for a Canadian horsewoman entrenched in the British lifestyle.
Over the past few years, Equestrian Canada has made changes to their rules for measuring ponies. If you plan to show, you’d better get up-to-date on them.