Competitive Edge

Every successful nutrition program starts with science. And that science may translate to success in the barn. Such is the case for Saffire Miniatures. Sandy Resch of Lousana, Alberta, is a busy lady. As the wife of professional pick-up man, Jeff Resch, and a mother, Sandy has a full schedule. However in addition to all […]

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A Modern Rider

BY JESSI SELTE Scabbard securely fastened to the saddle, Tammi Etherington is outfitted for a tough job. Pasture Riding. The Marwayne, AB, born rider has experienced the job in every aspect throughout her life and continues to pasture ride today. Advancements in technology have furthered the ability of many modern jobs but are considered separate […]

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Country Luxe Life

  Did you see this exquisite home featured in the September/October issue of Western Horse Review? If not, the issue is only on stands a little while longer! This creatively-designed home situated on a unique parcel of land offers up all the benefits of nature with a view of downtown Calgary, AB, while fitting immaculately […]

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Bred for Battle

By DEBBIE MACRAE Horses in battle is not a new concept. It dates back over 5,000 years during the period 2500 BC when Sumerian illustrations depicted some descendants of our modern equine creatures pulling wagons. The history of mounted horses in warfare references the period 3000 to 4000 BC in Eurasia, with chariot warfare becoming […]

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Cuttin’ Up in Calgary

Photos courtesy of Hudyma Photography & Calgary Stampede Agriculture The final aged event of the cutting horse season, the Calgary Stampede Cutting Horse Futurity, presented by Wrangler, wrapped up Sunday, October 13. Competitors from across Canada and the United States came to show their horse’s cow sense and incredible ability in the futurity, derby, classic, […]

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Lessons in Liberty – Part 2

STORY & PHOTOS BY JENN WEBSTER If’ you’ve been reading along in our blog series with Jim Anderson, you may have caught our last installment. If not, you can always catch it here! In the last blog, we revealed 2014 Road to the Horse Champion Jim Anderson’s foundation principles of liberty training. In this blog, […]

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Outdoor Oven Pizzas

Make this drool-worthy homemade pizza, to enjoy with friends or family on the patio. BY MIKE EDGAR DOUGH: 3 and ¼ cups All Purpose Flour 2 tsp. Active Dry Yeast 1 tbsp. Salt 2 tbsp. Honey 1 cup warm Water ¼ cup dry, White Wine at room temperature 2 tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil Method […]

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Horse Halloween Costumes

Happy Hollaween y’all! If you’ve been searching for some horse Halloween costume ideas that are out of the norm, be sure to check the WHR Pinterest page for some inspiration. We love this time of year. The creativity brought out by people who want to include their horses in the fun is at an all-time […]

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Visionaries of the West – WWI – Winnie

BY DEBBIE MACRAE It is August 1914, and World War I has only just begun. The 34th Fort Garry Horse Division is on its way eastward by train from Winnipeg, when they stop at the small community of White River, Ontario. Harry Colebourn, a young Lieutenant in the Fort Garry Horse Cavalry regiment, is a […]

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