Tania McDermott, one of just four certified bit fitters in Canada, walks us through a session and how it can help create a happier horse.
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Ontario riders wishing to take up this fun, challenging and inclusive sport can now do so through Great Lakes Working Equitation.
Jack Goldberg, a young rider with cerebral palsy, wants to see para jumping become a discipline on this continent as it is in Europe.
Marion Cunningham and Bill Tilford are the driving forces behind the sponsorship of classes that benefit developing young riders.
Breeders welcomed the alternative format for the Cup classes following the second year the Royal Winter Fair has been cancelled.
The current climate has forced buyers to be more open-minded, considering different breeds and ages and waiving PPEs and trial periods.
Even a hip replacement to repair a broken femur could not keep this 72-year-old out of the grand prix ring.
The CSHA will host the Cup classes at RCRA in Newmarket on October 10, and also a Showcase class for four-year-olds.
The Eventing Talent Squad member and 2010 WEG alternate's eight-year-old daughter Emma is already competing with familial fierceness.
The regimen of veterinary testing, breeding, and quarantines can prove daunting to the new breeder; two breeders share what to expect.