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Can-Am All Breeds Equine Expo going National!

Can-Am All Breeds Equine Expo going National!

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-shows-clinics

Never before has there been such “pent up demand” to bring the horse industry together.

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Live horse racing potentially allowed to resume in Ontario as of June 14

Live horse racing potentially allowed to resume in Ontario as of June 14

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, horse-racing

Live horse racing is included in Step One phase of the plan, which is estimated to begin on Monday, June 14.

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Canada’s Eric Lamaze Withdraws from Olympic Consideration

Canada’s Eric Lamaze Withdraws from Olympic Consideration

Posted in Dressage, Equestrian News, Home Page articles

Lamaze cites his personal health as a primary reason for his decision to withdraw from competing in Tokyo, which is currently under a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For the past three years, he has been undergoing treatment for a brain tumor and continues to battle the condition with the support of his medical teams in Brussels, Belgium, and Paris, France.

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Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series  6

Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series  6

Posted in Equestrian News, Home Page articles, western riding

We often talk a lot about the horse’s body position, yet we don’t address our own position as a rider enough.

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Roy Ionson – A Story or Two

Roy Ionson – A Story or Two

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

The first OQHA futurity was held at the Ionson farm in Georgetown. “I can see it right now,” said Roy. “Here’s my arena, it’s got a big wet spot in it, right inside the big doors. I got a pile of bark stripped off cedar posts and dumped a big pile of dirt on top of it and it held.”

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Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 5

Pro and Non-Pro Reiner Article Series 5

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

I can’t say enough about how important transition work is in training. I believe a lot of riders don’t do enough of these in their workouts.

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Horse Industry Builders Roy & Joan Ionson -  To make a long story short… Part 2

Horse Industry Builders Roy & Joan Ionson - To make a long story short… Part 2

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

The first OQHA futurity was held at the Ionson farm in Georgetown. “I can see it right now,” said Roy. “Here’s my arena, it’s got a big wet spot in it, right inside the big doors. I got a pile of bark stripped off cedar posts and dumped a big pile of dirt on top of it and it held.”

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Horse Industry Builders Roy & Joan Ionson -  To make a long story short… Part 1

Horse Industry Builders Roy & Joan Ionson - To make a long story short… Part 1

Posted in Home Page articles, western riding, Equestrian News

The first OQHA futurity was held at the Ionson farm in Georgetown. “I can see it right now,” said Roy. “Here’s my arena, it’s got a big wet spot in it, right inside the big doors. I got a pile of bark stripped off cedar posts and dumped a big pile of dirt on top of it and it held.”

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Ontario Racing announces new Ontario Sired Thoroughbred stakes series for 2021 at Woodbine and Fort Erie

Ontario Racing announces new Ontario Sired Thoroughbred stakes series for 2021 at Woodbine and Fort Erie

Posted in Home Page articles, horse-racing, Equestrian News

Commencing on July 30, 2021, and offering three $80,000 preliminary legs per race, per division, to be contested at various distances and over four surfaces – Woodbine’s Tapeta, E.P. Taylor Turf Course, and Inner Turf Course, and Fort Erie’s main dirt track – the Heritage Series will conclude with a pair of $100,000 finals for both divisions on November 19 at Woodbine Racetrack (see schedule below).

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Update: Cancellation Of The FEI Dressage World Cup™ Final

Update: Cancellation Of The FEI Dressage World Cup™ Final

Posted in Home Page articles, Dressage, Equestrian News

The Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI) has imposed a further two-week extension of the shutdown of all international events in mainland Europe until April 11, 2021, due to the ongoing outbreak of the neurological form of Equine Herpesvirus (EHV-1).

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