After an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.
Accusations include having affair with their horse trainer, misrepresenting their assets and using funds to lavishly finance his "sordid" activities.
COVID-19 and its resulting dearth of competition opportunities has led to the resurgence and increased popularity of the online horse show.
Christine Reupke launched Horsemanship Society International to give riders better learning opportunities regardless of circumstance or location.
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.
If your horse has been languishing in the paddock for a few weeks or months, you need a safe, comprehensive plan to get him fighting fit.
Sport organizations react to news of desperately-needed funding as the pandemic shuts down virtually all sporting events.
Ontario's Solicitor General, Sylvia Jones, indicated in a recent Caledon Town Hall meeting that boarders are allowed to visit and ride their horses.
When equestrian competitions will return, and how they will be safely conducted, are questions that haunt show organizers.