Horse Sport February 2017
Decisions from the FEI General Assembly
While the majority of the national federations voted in favour of Olympic and Paralympic rule changes, not everyone, especially the riders themselves, agreed on the method or the outcome....
Mind for the Job: Understanding Equine Personality
Equine scientists have measured equine personality, and if we could select the ideal modern sport horse trait we would choose ‘brave.’ Unfortunately, since horses were not designed to be brave, we need to nurture the...
Nick Skelton: Staying the Course
Nick Skelton has well-earned his reputation as “The Comeback King.”...
Carly Kist: Total Immersion
Carly Kist is testing the waters on the European show jumping circuit before taking the professional plunge....
In Hand Work for Better Dressage
Learn how developing a working relationship on the ground can progress to introducing lateral movements that will benefit under-saddle work....
Ask the Judge: opening circle, flashy equitation horses, petting mounts
Randy Roy is a senior international judge, course designer and author. He owns and operates Hunters Glen Show Stable in King, ON, with his daughter, Ryan Roy....
Hormonal Imbalances in Horses
A look at the three most common conditions of hormonal imbalances in horses. ...
A confident canter with impulsion and balance is the foundation of a good jump and a good course. Impulsion is power....
Also in The Issue
- Editor’s Note
- What’s Happening
- The Social Scene
- Royal West Gallery of Winners
- Stallion Profile: Toronto
- Industry News
- Photo Finish