Tactics for maintaining your broodmare's cycle.
She is a civil ligation lawyer most of her day, a veterinarian on the side and in her 'spare time', Dr. Anne Walker devotes herself to everything, and all things, horses.
Bred by Adena Springs, the son of Awesome Again was on the short list of contenders for the Queen's Plate in the spring of 2003.
In this article Fran Jurga shares 15 pro-active tips to get the horses in your care to put their best feet forward on race day.
Developmental issues in a foal can affect their racing career. Some issues will be fixed in time, but others might require surgical intervention.
For 77 years, Santa Anita Park has had a reputation of grandeur and class among horsemen. One visit to the historic race track will leave you wanting more.
The logo, publishers and editors of Canada's most respected thoroughbred magazine have all changed over the last 50 years but, interestingly, many of the issues facing the sport remain the same.
First used on humans, shock wave therapy is controversial but proving to be a popular treatment for tendon, ligament and many other injuries in racehorses.
Feed companies follow the research trends and develop products that are of interest to the health and performance of the horses.
Updates on equine research across Canada from stem cells, sudden-death syndrome, proud flesh and other pertinent racehorse ailments.
Just when he thought that he was done with board meetings and industry responsibilities, Ole A. Nielsen is right back in the game.