The Right Horse Initiative is a web-based platform that connects potential adopters with available horses. The Right Horse Initiative simplifies the process of searching for and adopting a horse by collecting information on adoptable horses into one location and standardizing the quality of information, photos and videos for available horses.
South Australian equine advocacy group Horse SA has made available a free online course to raise safety awareness when working at incidents involving horses.
When Claire Godwin, DVM, of Laytonsville, Maryland, responded to an ad in a local horse magazine offering an Arabian for sale some years ago, she thought she was buying a 4-H pony for her kids.
The province’s Pony Society is offering DNA testing for people who have Newfoundland ponies, or suspect they have one, to identify if they are purebred.
The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP), Kentucky’s equine economic advocate, will kick off its Equine Workforce Talent Pipeline project with an informational breakfast at Keeneland on September 14.
The foal’s name can be up to 18 spaces and characters, and not more than four words, as per the rules of the U.S. Trotting Association.
Here’s your chance! Parking and admission to the World Equine Expo during the World Equestrian Games will be free to the public Monday, Sept. 17.
Labour Day weekend is a special time as Upper Canada Village hosts one of its most popular events – Horse Lovers’ Weekend. It’s an action-packed three days (September 1-3) of activities showcasing natural horsemanship, riding, driving and working horses and of course Upper Canada Village’s beautiful Canadian horses.
“There is a high demand in this state and others across the country for people with advanced training and knowledge in the equine area and employers are specifically looking for students that have degrees where equine was their primary area of focus,” said Steven Cooper, associate professor in Oklahoma State University’s Department of Animal and…
Detroit Horse Power uses the power of horses to expand opportunities for Detroit’s children. DHP is a nonprofit founded in 2015 by former Detroit elementary school teacher, David Silver. They teach urban youth to ride and care for horses as a way to develop critical skills that will set them up for future success. They’re planned…