It's almost time for the Winter circuits and now is the time to get your seasonal rentals online! List now and don't take a chance on having vacant space when the season gets in full swing. Read More
From 11th to 15th April 2018, after a long break of over a quarter of a century, the AccorHotels Arena in Paris will once again host the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final and the FEI Dressage Final in this legendary venue. Read More
The height of travel season is upon us and horses will soon be traveling throughout the U.S. and beyond for winter competition. Some horses don’t fare well during a long trip, be it heading south for the winter or across the state to traverse new trails. Read More
We all know that gut-wrenching feeling of coming too close to another car’s tail lights. For the safety of ourselves, our cargo, our horses, and others on the road, it’s important to prepare for those scary moments when a car veers in front of your tow vehicle or stops short. Read More
For ambitious show-jumpers and dressage riders aged up to 21 there is no more important dates in their diaries at the end of the year than the “Aachen Dressage Youngstars” and the “Aachen Jumping Youngstars – Salut Festival." Read More
While riding away from the 2017 Region 3 Dressage Championships with a Championship title, two blue ribbons, and two Reserve Championships is certainly something to be proud of, it’s not the most impressive thing about Kristy Lund, DVM. Read More
The $20,000 Royal Invitational Dressage Cup, presented by Butternut Ridge, returns to highlight the 2017 Royal Horse Show on Wednesday and Thursday, November 8 and 9, as part of the 95th annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair running from November 3 through 12 in Toronto, ON. Read More
Asked how many many steps his horse took on the 20 meter circle and short sides, Carl admitted he was “gobsmacked” that Adam had the answers and demonstrated after a few passes how eight strides made the canter more expressive on short side. Read More
Where do you turn when you want to list your horse to get great exposure to a discipline specific audience? HorsesDaily's HorseMarket! We have been an industry leader for the last 20 years in the dressage community helping people find that perfect new equine partner or access qualified buyers. Read More
Enteroliths are one of the many causes of colic in the horse. They are actually concrete-like balls that form in the intestinal tract and eventually often cause obstruction of the gastrointestinal tract and have to be surgically removed. Read More

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