Untraining fear is one of the hardest things to do, which is why building a horse’s confidence slowly and correctly is imperative. Editor Ema Klugman discusses just that in this week’s Best of Jumper Nation.
Keeping your horse’s topline in top condition can be tricky, especially if your horse is older or has a metabolic issue. Here are some tips from Dr. Eleanor Kellon to improve your horse’s topline. (more…)
We all have to find a way to express our individual styles. As an equestrian, the ways we can do this are numerous. Check out these stylish riders and determine where you fit in on the style spectrum. (more…)
Anyone who’s ever dealt with tendon injuries in their horses knows that treatment and recovery can be grueling. According to this research from North Carolina State University, certain types of stem cells may offer better treatment options. (more…)
Lockdown has created myriad obstacles for equestrians when it comes to keeping their horses fit, especially during the winter months. Take a look at how Selena O’Hanlon is handling lockdown in Ontario and keeping her horses competition ready. (more…)
White Line Disease is a hoof infection caused by fungi, bacteria, or a combination of both that destroys tissue connection within the hoof. Here’s how to you can detect, treat it and prevent it. (more…)