World-famous research centre which holds DNA samples from every UK Thoroughbred has failed to secure the millions it needs to keep going.
After allegations of US athlete Andy Kocher using electric spurs was reported to the Equestrian Community Integrity Unit, an investigation has been opened.
Court of Arbitration for Sport rules that the FEI legal process for horse abuse fulfils its statutory obligation and laudatory goal to uphold horse welfare.
Ontario's lesson barns and school horses are still in desperate need after being unable to operate for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Topics include the Equine Behaviour Assessment Research Questionnaire and University of Guelph students discussing return-to-play and facility biosecurity.
OE has received an incredible amount of support from the community and appreciate all who have donated, volunteered, and shared their initiative.
Equestrian Canada is disappointed that the $252M in federal funding for the agri-food sector did not include Canada’s working horses.
"For The Herd" is OE's current initiative during this COVID-19 pandemic and a provincial fundraising initiative will launch on Friday, April 24.
Dr. David Mellor, a leading animal welfare expert, shared his research at the University of Guelph regarding bit use, breathing and equine welfare.
Mark your calendar! The second annual Canadian Animal Law Conference will take place in Toronto, Ontario, from September 11-13, 2020.