Over the past few years, Equestrian Canada has made changes to their rules for measuring ponies. If you plan to show, you’d better get up-to-date on them.
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Horse show steward Jan Stephens discuses the rules regarding cell phones, helmet cams, and other electronic devices in warmups and competition.
Jan Stephens explains that in the equine world, horse show stewards identify three major areas of abuse: physical, emotional, and chemical.
Horse show steward Jan Stephens reviews the Concussion Protocol introduced and implemented by Equestrian Canada in 2017, along with recent concussion stats.
Show steward Jan Stephens discusses the International Jumping Riders Club's attempts to pressure the FEI into modifying the blood rule in show jumping.
Show steward Jan Stephens explains who provides emergency plans at horse shows.
Show steward Jan Stephens answers your questions about horse show rules.
Stewards hate being the Logo Police. However, they monitor and help athletes make sure the logos they are wearing are compliant with the written rules.
Stewards maintain a presence in the barn during FEI competitions to ensure a high level of stable security. Read this article to find out more.
Jan Stephens answers your questions about horse show rules involving the jumper warning card, pony height, and rule change suggestions.
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