Albeit trending slowly, more show jumpers are following the example of the eventing community and adopting air vests.
If Covid is keeping you in the Great White North this winter, here are some must-have items to keep you warm when the temperatures plunge.
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.
The relationship between horse and rider is delicate and ever-evolving, and maybe none is as complex as the biomechanics when breeches meet saddle.
Here’s a list of simple, economical home equipment and rider-focussed exercises to give you some bang for your out-of-the-saddle buck.
Considering the risks involved in equestrian sport, the unique partnership between a coach and rider is like no other coach-athlete relationship in sports.
What happens if a competitor falls or is injured at an Equestrian Canada-rated horse show? Learn more about their accident and return to play protocols.
Try these physiotherapist recommended stretches for horseback riders, which target the hips for increased comfort and flexibility in the saddle.
Many horseback riders are looking for ways to stretch, strengthen and destress. Try these yoga poses for equestrians, which target riders’ problem areas.
Stay fit and flexible with these winter workouts for horseback riders, so that you’re ready to get back in action in the show ring next season.