With many horse shows cancelled or postponed, we thought it was a good time to look back at just a few of our country’s best moments in equestrian sports.
In case you are feeling completely out of the style loop, here are some beautifully curated Instagram accounts to help get you back on track.
The dream of Ron and Margaret Southern for Spruce Meadows saw it become a global leader in the sport and a base for Canadian international success.
“The Royal” is on every Ontario equestrian’s calendar, and remains the largest indoor agricultural and equine fair in the world.
In a candid and emotional interview, Canadian Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze discusses his early years, his artificial kidney, and how horses are his therapy.
Angelstone International Show Jumping Tournaments in Rockwood, ON, hosts four Gold level events each season offering over a million dollars in prize money.
While you are (safely) stuck inside, here are some of our favourite regram-worthy equestrian athlete accounts that will help cure your FOMO.
Many Canadian equestrians found themselves fleeing Florida in a race to get home before the US/Canada border was closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Young horse jumper development divisions are successful in many countries, yet lacking in Canada, to the frustration of riders and breeders.
Toronto-born Rebecca McGoldrick, who trains with Dermott Lennon in Ireland, aims to become a member of the Canadian Show Jumping Team.