Here's something you may not know: Christine Peters, Olympic Dressage Manager at Equestrian Canada, is a part-owner of Kentucky Derby-winning Authentic.
Thanks to hard work and some top-quality mounts, the 28-year-old has had great success across the hunter, jumper, and equitation divisions.
Penny Murray provides a wealth of of history and nostalgia with photos and stories of horses and riders who were the stars of the 'golden age' of jumping.
Tom Dvorak's rising star Viva’s Salinjo W may look like his full brother Viva’s Salieri W, but this high-energy over-achiever is a very different beast.
Diane Creech and Vanessa Creech-Terauds' are known for bringing talented horses up the levels of international dressage and into the winner’s circle.
New York Times reporter and Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Maslin Nir explores humans' fascination with equines, including her own journey.
This exclusive excerpt from her biography 'Four Legs Move My Soul' reveals the tension during the '92 Olympics and her fierce rivalry with Nicole Uphoff.
Kelsey Perry-Carlsen and a group of industry professionals are planning to help develop character and community through horsemanship and mentorship.
Meghan went from a carefree kid on a Quarter Horse to delivering Thoroughbred foals in the dead of night to being an insurance professional.
Canadian Show Jumping Team leader talks about the challenges and rewards of this unique job that sees him travelling all over the world with our top riders.