How to tame your reactionary 'lizard brain' during stressful times and get your more rational 'thinking brain' online again.
Wherever the horse’s shoulder is going, that’s where you will be going. Being in total control of the shoulder is a huge asset to being competitive.
Ontario Equestrian's recommendation that riding facilities close because of COVID-19 has caused confusion and backlash. Here is one impassioned response.
Sometimes we focus on training our horses and let our own fitness and strength lapse. Here are some 'more bang for your buck' exercises you can do at home.
Find out how these four brave riders fare under judge Randy's critical eye, who praises good form over fences and offers tips on how to correct flaws.
During this sudden, unplanned hiatus we offer a list of stable-centric suggestions to make this time as enjoyable and constructive as possible.
Equestrian Canada’s CEO Yves Hamelin is tasked with delivering the goals set out in EC’s Strategic Initiative Plan that will require some serious changes.
Three leading trainers offer advice that can improve your well-being and help make you a better version of yourself - in and out of the arena.
Four decades of careful breeding at W. Charlot Farm continues to produce sport horse champions; now Augustin Walch passes the torch to his daughter.
Riders and auditors at Robert Dover’s EC symposium at Caledon Equestrian Park came away with quotable quotes to draw on at times when training gets tough.
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