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Chronobiology: Aligning Horse Training & Management with Nature

Research into natural internal rhythms in horses is unlocking information that can help in the timing of feeding, training, and other management decisions.

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Porter Brothers Are Rising American Show Jumping Stars

We chat with brothers Wilton and Lucas Porter, who are students of the famed Jeroen Dubbledam, about their show jumping successes and more.

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The Unique Relationship Between Equestrian Coaches and Riders

Considering the risks involved in equestrian sport, the unique partnership between a coach and rider is like no other coach-athlete relationship in sports.

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Accident Protocols at Equestrian Canada Horse Shows

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.

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Equestrian Canada Coach Licensing Changes Explained

Changes are coming to the way equestrian coaches are licensed in Canada. Find out what they are, and what they mean to equestrian sport in Canada.

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The Hottest Fall and Winter Equestrian Riding Gloves

Horseback riders need gloves that keep their hands warm, without making them sweat, that also provide good feel and grip. Check out the latest styles.

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Bécancour Equestrian Complex is Quebec’s New Equestrian Paradise

Horse Sport magazine takes a tour of a new world-class, state-of-the-art horse show facility in Quebec that you may have never even heard of.

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Learn How to See Things Like a Professional Rider

Train your eyes to perform like a professional equestrian’s for improved concentration, precision, and consistency in the show ring.

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Young Guns: Profiling Show Jumper Dannie Murphy

When a very special horse entered her life, Dannie Murphy’s dream of representing Canada at the North American Youth Championships came true.

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The Myths and Pitfalls of Feeding Your Horse an Organic Diet

We are constantly reminded that ‘organic’ is better - but is it always? We look at a few common myths and pitfalls to avoid when feeding your horse.