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.
Keean White, a co-defendant in a lawsuit over a new North American show jumping league, responds to allegations and provides a brief history of events.
The world governing body for horse sport is rated one of six international federations that ASOIF said “stood out from the rest.”
Two of the riders given a ‘golden ticket’ to Olympic and Longines rankings points have lost their appeals, costing one of them a Tokyo place.
The sale was visited online by almost 13,000 visitors from 81 different countries; the young Hermantico daughter Musante was sold to Canadian interests.
Equestrian Canada has advised that due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, hunter/jumper points and programs are suspended for this year.
Equestrian Canada announces the fourth of its free dressage webinars: Make It a 10 Please! How Canadian Dressage Stars Make It to the Top.
Madrid show organizers hired MMG and Angelstone to launch their team series in North America; now they are being sued for allegedly stealing the idea for themselves.
Equestrian Canada reduces employee hours to avoid employment disruption, and extends Yves Hamelin’s interim CEO contract until November 2021.
Riders rose to the occasion with safety protocols in place, great competition in both the hunter and jumper rings, and a week of great weather.
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