You might think you’re a star client for your farrier and veterinarian, but you could be wrong. Some professionals weigh in.
A recent study study suggests the mental health of Canadian veterinarians is “poor” when compared to that of the general population.
This Olympic showjumping athlete is a sought-after coach through her Little Creek Equestrian, a sales/training operation based in Wellington and Belgium.
Chair of EC’s Jumping Committee, Pamela Law, credits the members for sticking together and working to achieve the same goals through the tumult.
One of the world’s top show jumpers, Erynn Ballard is also head trainer and coach at Looking Back Farm in Tottenham, ON, where she began riding at age five.
A group of Calgary friends take up the mission of outbidding the meat buyers and rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming horses that are bound for slaughter.
Canadian eventer Kendal Lehari says her 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover mount, Mitchell, is “a definite keeper.” In fact, he’s the coolest horse she’s ever had.
‘Roaring’ is a degenerative upper-airway condition in horses. Find out what causes it, how it affects performance and how to treat it.
The “super-cheeky” eventing horse Favonious Nite, ridden by Canadian eventer Holly Jacks-Smither, not only copes with eye loss, but seems to thrive.
Fillings, implants, and root canals for horses? Significant advances are being made in equine dentistry to improve horses’ oral health.