The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program prepares students for horse-related jobs and encourages businesses to sign on with wage incentives.
The OEEEP courses are free and the program matches enthusiastic graduates with busy equine businesses – plus attractive financial incentives.
A seed-borne fungus in tall fescue has been linked with compromised health, especially in pregnant mares grazing on large amounts.
Glenn Sikura reflects on the legacy of exemplary horseman and breeder Gustav Schickedanz, and the promise of the next generation.
A list of recommendations to consider when thinking about emergency preparedness in relation to flooding and other disasters.
The most significant cause of equine contagious abortion, a comprehensive biosecurity plan is critical to prevent and control outbreaks.
More and more couples are working together in the backstretch.