The Youth Literary Derby and Youth Art Derby are horse-themed contests designed to engage Ontario-resident students in Grades 3 through 8 (for Literary) and 3 through 12 (for Art) with separate divisions for juniors, intermediates, and seniors. The contests are projects of the non-profit Bill Galvin Racing Alliance (BGRA) with support from many sponsors including Equine Guelph (University of Guelph).

Canadian Horse Journal is excited to announce its selection as a finalist in the annual American Horse Publications (AHP) Equine Media Awards competition that recognizes excellence in content published in 2023. A long-time member of AHP, Canadian Horse Journal is once again the only Canadian media named as a finalist in this contest, which welcomes entries from top equine media across North America.

Road to the Horse - The World Championship of Colt Starting saw an international array of horsemanship talent at Road to the Horse 2024, as fans witnessed various training methods from competitors around the world. From March 21-24, fans were on the edge of their seats at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena, as the world’s best colt starters competed for the World Championship of Colt Starting title and $135,000 in prize money. Throughout the event, one common theme was witnessed during the four days of competition — the horses always came first.

The average value of Canadian farmland continued its steady climb in 2023, increasing by 11.5 percent, slightly less than the 12.8 percent increase reported in 2022, according to the latest Farm Credit Canada (FCC) Farmland Values Report.

Burwash Equine hosts a first-of-its-kind event, addressing critical shortages in Canadian Equine Veterinary Practice.

An increase to Canadian sport funding, including equestrian, is needed to support organizational demands and address cost increases.

A parent's perspective - Cora Spencer, who began riding in 2013, was chosen to be featured in an episode of the Discovery Channel series, Collar of Duty, which aired in 2017.