Pro tips for tackling the imposing triple combination.
Similar to many children who grew up in the shadow of Spruce Meadow’s famous clock tower, Vanessa Mannix knew from an early age what she wanted to be.
Grooming a horse well is about far more than just elbow grease; it reveals a lot about the overall professionalism of the barn.
Developing ponies and their riders through groundwork, problem-solving and bonding exercises for more successful relationships.
Leaving all the sticks up is in large part a mental game, especially at the final fence. Top young jumper rider Kara Chad explains why “last jump-itis” happens so often, and how to prevent it.
Olivia Irving has managed to strike a balance between work and play as a successful amateur rider and Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).
There are many factors to take into consideration when you have a horse returning to work. In this article Elizabeth Gingras highlights some of them.
Carly Kist is testing the waters on the European show jumping circuit before taking the professional plunge.
A confident canter with impulsion and balance is the foundation of a good jump and a good course. Impulsion is power.
Jaclyn Duff only recently made the decision to ride professionally, but talent was never the question for this natural born rider.