The NRHA granted permission to give horses a sedative and pain killer 30 minutes before competition and members are protesting.
Canada’s new chef d’équipe jumps into his job with enthusiasm and has a Nations Cup win right out of the gate.
People banned for doping in one horse sport can continue to train and ride in another; the FEI thinks it’s time for a more joined-up approach.
Some North American organizers are required to offer 20% more prize money to host an event with the same star rating as one in Europe.
We go behind the scenes at the World Equestrian Center in Florida and meet the Canadian overseeing this amazing facility.
Four of 13 starters completed the test ride for the title race in the UAE; footings expert to assess part of the natural desert track.
Top jumpers say many judges don’t have enough riding experience to decide whether or not an incident during a round is horse-unfriendly.
Riders who have trained over European terrain are unhappy to be facing a desert race, and there is astonishment that the troubled UAE won the bid.
From WEF to Split Rock, this Canadian from Carleton Place has done it all at some of the top US show venues.
The dressage trainer will continue to undergo therapy at Greystone Park State Psychiatric Hospital so he can deal with “his demons”.