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Christilot Boylen made history at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo when she became Canada's first Olympic dressage competitor at the age of 17. Th
When Hawley Bennett-Awad stood on the podium in Kentucky last October, enjoying the glory of a World Championship silver medal with her team
Paralympian Ashley Gowanlock and team coach Andrea Taylor
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"Would I have been a rider without the influence of my parents? I honestly don't know," says top show jumper Jonathon Millar.
No matter what the discipline, nearly everyone who competes has experienced a setback partway through the season. Learn how to overcome them with Robin Hahn
Karen Pavicic describes how any horse and rider should be able to perform the walk pirouette for a high mark.
Karen Pavicic offers some advice and exercises to improve this important movement in lower-level tests.
Dressage rider David Marcus on becoming Canadian, and his Olympic aspirations.
Marlon Modolo Zanotelli kicks off Paris Masters with a win
Two Canadians among duelling athletes at Riders Masters Cup
2020 Tokyo Olympics Organizers Change Equestrian Start Time
World’s Best Dressage and Driving Stars Heading to Olympia
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(Official) Demise of the World Equestrian Games and New Championships
George Morris Ruled Permanently Ineligible by U.S. Center for SafeSport
Endurance: No Gain Without Pain, But Who Will Make the Sacrifice?
It’s an Exciting New Day for Fair Hill and U.S. Eventing
Swiss Land ‘Final’ Tokyo Slot, But Team Chances Still Out There