In the July/August 2017 issue of Canadian Horse Journal, we celebrated Canada’s 150th anniversary with stories of 20 exceptional horses that have reflected our values and fired our national pride. One of those horses was Big Ben.

My Passion - Helping Horses Worldwide! In 1984, after qualifying for the European Championships, I had to retire my beautiful Hanoverian gelding, Pirat, for lameness, and my riding career came abruptly to an end. I wish I knew then what I have learned in the past 35-plus years as a Certified Master Saddler consulting with equine professionals around the world.

Equestrian Canada, Equine Canada, Canadian horse industry, Canada’s Horse Industry, Canadian Horse Industry Profile Study, Roz Moskovits, Howard Jackson, Les Burwash, Sabine Schleese, April Ray Peterson, changing canadian horse industry

In 2010, the Canadian Horse Industry Profile Study was undertaken by Equestrian Canada (formerly Equine Canada). The mandate was to define the state of the industry at that time, the issues that could direct its future.

Carriage Horses, Tally-Ho Carriage Tours, Anton Henderson, Robert Carriages Inc., Donna Friedlander, horse jobs, equine jobs

Job Description: One or more horses, usually of the draft breeds, pull a wheeled vehicle designed for comfortable or elegant passenger transport.

Pit Ponies, Pit Horses, pit pony history, miner Ceri Thompson, Canadian Coal Mining history, Sable Island, underground stables, Underground haulage, Coal Mining Canada

The human race has long had a love affair with coal. Coal is a fossil fuel that started forming in the Carboniferous Period 359 million to 299 million years ago during the Paleozoic Era.

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Riding Vactions in California with Jec Ballou

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RECOVERY EQ from PURICA

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