Horse Sport Ireland looked at whether 'metal bar' training sessions overseen by Sally Corscadden amounted to a breach of rules and contract.
Liberal Tim Louis and advocate Jann Arden have been given assurances from PM Trudeau that the bill will be fast-tracked through Commons.
A study out of the University of Guelph is examining the management practices of these vital members of the horse industry.
Océane Liehrmann, a doctoral researcher from the University of Turku in Finland, is studying the human-horse relationship.
Requiring double bridles at FEI Grand Prix level is not in the best interest of horse welfare; use of noseband taper gauges also recommended.
A number of rule revisions have been put forward, and national federations and stakeholders have seven weeks to respond with feedback.
New research shows that while public opinion still supports riding horses, concerns around welfare in sport remain.
The FEI-appointed Equine Ethics and Wellbeing Commission launched a new survey to gauge welfare proposal reactions from stakeholders.
The Alberta Equestrian Federation has created a directory connecting equine owners in need with those who can help.
The draft proposal presented at the FEI Sports Forum outlines measures to ensure that equine behavioural, social, physical and mental needs are met.