In this first article in a series looking at jobs in the horse industry, Horse Sport talks to Catie Staszak, who is living her dream live on-air.
Saddle fitter Jessica Stringer shares some stories from her own experience of how correctly fitted saddles have improved horses lives and performance.
Randy Roy is a senior international judge, course designer and author. He owns and operates Hunters Glen Show Stable, with his daughter, Ryan Roy.
Young horse jumper development divisions are successful in many countries, yet lacking in Canada, to the frustration of riders and breeders.
Horse show steward Jan Stephens discuses the rules regarding cell phones, helmet cams, and other electronic devices in warmups and competition.
Alison King visits grand prix dressage trainer Leah Wilkins to get schooled by an upper-level veteran dressage horse, and learn the true feel of ‘correct.’
Canada’s bronze medal-winning dressage team - Cindy Ishoy, Ashley Holzer, Gina Smith and Evi Pracht - reflects on their experiences at the 1988 Olympics.
There is a growing trend of riding ponies and other ‘small but mighty’ equines for adults. So, what’s the appeal of these petite equines?
Jan Stephens explains that in the equine world, horse show stewards identify three major areas of abuse: physical, emotional, and chemical.
With temperatures trending higher and an increase in natural disasters and crop-threatening droughts, climate change is concerning for horse owners.