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Gastric Ulcers

Horses' digestive tracts evolved to adapt to a very different environment than most are living in today. Gastric ulcers are a common result, but early diagnosis and treatment can lead to swift recovery....

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How Often Should a Horse’s Feet be Trimmed?

Recommended frequency for trimming....

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Sonke Rothenberger: Tall in the Saddle

Young German Olympic dressage star Sönke Rothenberger has already claimed Olympic gold and sits fifth in the world rankings....

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Rebranding the Young Riders Championship

A new name for a 44-year-old youth championship....

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Talent and Longevity: Mike Doyle

With over 1,000 wins, it’s more than luck of the Irish for trainer Mike Doyle....

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Pro Grooming Tips

Eric Lamaze’s prize-winning groom shares her ring-ready tips and tricks....

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Faces at the Races: Justine Bourque

Justine Bourque is everywhere she wants to be....

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Feeding the Equine Athlete for Optimum Performance

Getting the best possible performance from an equine athlete requires not just excellent fitness and training, but also excellent feeding and nutrition to fuel the work effort....

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2010 Sovereign Awards: Sam-Son Farms

Sam-Son Farms, a longstanding leader in Canadian horse racing, continued their excellence as leading money earners in 2010, in a season that included five stakes wins....

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Thundering Controversy

The tradition and sport of chuckwagon racing has staunch supporters and fierce opponents. Where on the spectrum do you land?...