She became the matriarch of the Laframboise family, a name recognized nationally and internationally in the eventing world.
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No matter what discipline you ride, a horse that leans on your hands is not properly engaging his hind end, which will impact your dressage marks and more.
Ever wonder how eventers manage to ride two, three, or more horses at the same event? Sable Giesler offers 5 tips to make sure your day is extra fun, not extra stressful.
Jessica Phoenix, 32, has achieved the seemingly impossible by successfully balancing riding multiple event horses with many other things in her life.
Jessica Phoenix shares her training system for instilling straightness and confidence in young or green horses, ensuring smooth sailing on the cross-country course.
Many stable owners are incorporating more creature comforts into their tack room in addition to the practical functions of storing and cleaning tack.
Six years ago, Emily Thompson’s mother, Lisa Lunt-Thompson, asked her daughter if she wanted to accompany her to the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky.
Today, three stallions, 21 broodmares and more than three dozen youngsters live at the breeding farm on 150 acres in Pakenham, ON.
Janet Chisholm and Simon pool their ages and join the Century Club.
Coach Sally Sainsbury sets up some simple yet effective exercises for eventers (or anyone who jumps) to practice in the off-season.