Equestrian grooms Denise Moriarty and Meghan Button share behind the scenes advice on how to begin the journey to becoming a professional groom.
Experts in Lorinery Science can assess your horse’s mouth and advise on the most suitable bit and best fit for optimum comfort and effectiveness.
Modern day saddle makers are finding themselves in a race for technology and innovation, the likes of which have never been seen in the horse industry.
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.
Horse Sport spoke with Equestrian Canada president Meg Krueger about some of the key points of the Strategic Initiatives Plan 2018-2022.
In this new series, judge Randy Roy critiques riders’ positions over fences, praising good form and pointing out flaws and how to correct them.
Being a carded equestrian athlete can provide riders with medal potential the means to train and compete. Learn how the system works, and who is eligible.
As an Equestrian Canada member, one must keep current on the rules relevant to their discipline, as well as the General Regulations of our sport.