Horse Sport asks, can genetically modified horses improve the abilities of equine athletes? And, perhaps more importantly, should it be allowed?
A brief history of equestrian course design, and the journeys of two Canadians who pursued the vocation – David Ballard and Meghan Rawlins.
Horse Sport explores what’s wrong with the sport of dressage, and how Equestrian Canada’s Dressage Committee and riders themselves can get it back on track.
Randy Roy is a senior international judge, course designer and author. He answers a variety of competitors’ questions in his column.
Pony Club its members responsibility, sportsmanship, and good citizenship along with sound riding skills - qualities that are still relevant today.
Where have all the grooms gone? Industry experts examine the recent and troubling trend of stable staff shortages, its likely causes and possible solutions.
Show steward Jan Stephens discusses the International Jumping Riders Club's attempts to pressure the FEI into modifying the blood rule in show jumping.
What do Donald Trump, Katy Perry, and the Olympic movement have in common? They are all in love with social media. Find out more in this article.
In this article judge Randy Roy answers show questions about tail carriage, whinnies, squeals, poop, and more. Keep reading to find out his thoughts.
Evie Frisque is a virtuoso of making jumping courses beautiful.