Research suggests that adapting training might help horses' cannon bones better endure the extreme conditions of racing and prevent life-ending injuries.
A look at the response to, and prevention of, contagious disease outbreaks such as EHV-1 and strangles at tracks across the country.
With her Prince of Wales win and leading Trainer award, this former Canadian Olympic equestrian team member secured a spot in the record books.
CT tracked down some of the stakes-winning mares from the West who are producing the next generation of racing's stars, and said goodbye to some champs.
Becoming a trainer can lead to a challenging but fulfilling career. A look at how to get started, what is involved, testing, daily duties and more.
All CTHS divisions in Canada are in agreement that the most viable way to sell horses is to do it live with an auctioneer, despite the ongoing pandemic.
With a 40-year career in the irons, this enduring jock is one of several veteran riders who defy the odds in this punishing career.
Tick season is upon us and with it the threat of Lyme disease - a frustrating illness that causes a wide range of symptoms that mimic many other conditions.
Considering much of HIP funding comes from wagering, it is important that breeders better understand HIP to prepare for the future.
Seasoned handicapper Jennifer Morrison shares her tips on trends to watch for to increase your chances of success when betting the ponies from home.
A rather unlikely bad-tempered racehorse stunned the world by taking all three races of the fledgling American Triple Crown in 1919.