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A revolutionary school in Langley, BC has transformed to meet the unique needs of its students, providing a tailored academic experience to complement and encourage success in the ring, as well as in the classroom. Now in its second year of operation, the Langley Equestrian Academy’s unique format caters to equestrians in grades 7 to 12.

Austin Seelhof of Cochrane, AB is a well-known and respected figure in the Alberta reining community. With seeming ease, he balances a full family life with success as a trainer, competitor, and volunteer. But now, the father of three is poised to make his presence known on a larger scale and qualify for his first major games appearance this September at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Mill Spring, NC.

On March 25, 2017, Peter Barry of Dunham, QC suffered a stroke on the grounds of the Carolina Horse Park in Raeford, NC. Approximately one year later, the Canadian Eventing Olympian is making great strides in his rehabilitation, motivated by his desire to get back into the saddle.

Canadian Olympian Rob Stevenson of Lakeside, NB has been announced as a member of the 2018 New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame induction class. A key figure in the Canadian eventing world, Stevenson’s career was nurtured in his native province at the family farm, Foshay Farms, located in Lower Jemseg, NB.

Tally-Ho Carriage Tours, founded in 1903, is celebrating 115 years of service in the City of Victoria, on Vancouver Island, BC. The company’s big draught horses pulling burgundy and white carriages have become what Chamber of Commerce CEO Catherine Holt calls an “iconic tourism business in the city’s downtown core.”

Dr. Stephanie Bond, a veterinarian and PhD candidate in the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UCVM), received a prestigious award from the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation in Lexington, Kentucky for her research on equine asthma.

It is commonly known that horses travelling by road over long distances have an increased risk of respiratory illness following long journeys. Some horses seem to cope well, while others seem to be more susceptible to post-travel sickness. What if we could predict which horses are most likely to get sick and, therefore, implement prevention and treatment regimes more effectively?

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