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.
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.
Tons of different horse stories are currently trending on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter - and we should all try to make them positive instead of negative.
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.
A group of Calgary friends take up the mission of outbidding the meat buyers and rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming horses that are bound for slaughter.
Have fun and build confidence in your horse with this collection of games, challenges and activities to practice in the arena over the winter.
Andrea Harrison says equestrians should make goals that are S.M.A.R.T. – Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Timely – in order to be successful.
Rocky Mountain Show Jumping’s new pilot horse show offered riders the chance to compete at the provincial level, with lower show fees.