New eligibility requirements for foreign participants, including riders, drivers, coaches, etc., will come into effect September 1st.
The FEI consulted industry experts and individuals with disabilities about improving accessibility for athletes, staff and spectators.
In a move to address critical workforce shortages, the number of vet graduates in Ontario will increase by 20% per year.
The FEI will continue to prohibit Russian and Belarusian athletes, horses and officials from FEI Events until further notice.
The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program provides hands-on training and helps with job placement for future employees.
Even if you are only running a schooling show, there are valuable tips to help lessen your carbon footprint leading up to, on the day, and after the event.
An exciting lineup of international clinicians, entertainment and great shopping await visitors at the new Ancaster Fairgrounds location.
The former Olympic champion show jumper feels vindicated over ‘barring’ allegations; any method of touching a horse’s leg now banned.
A recap of some initiatives that have taken place to aid horse owners in war-torn Ukraine as the conflict continues.
The Spruce Meadows co-founder, 91, received the medal which honours individuals who have demonstrated outstanding service in their field.