Tag: Country Living

  • How To Waterproof a Blanket

    By Jenn Webster With what seems like winter’s relentless grip on us this year, there’s been an increased need for good, waterproofs blankets in my barn. I was tired of constantly buying new blankets to compensate for the rips our horses have incurred, or the new young stock coming for training. So in an effort […]

  • Pasta Pomodoro

    By Mike Edgar The ideal way to serve a hard-working crew of cowboys and girls. INGREDIENTS Dry pasta of your choice x 500 grams 9 Red Tomatoes Chopped 2 Shallots Sliced 3 Cloves of Garlic, Chopped ½ Cup Olive Oil ¼ Cup White Wine 2 Tbsp. Dry Oregano 1 Tbsp. Salt 1 Tbsp. Black Pepper […]

  • EQUI-BUSINESS – True Life Stories of Success

    EQUI-BUSINESS – True Life Stories of Success

    “Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.” – Pele Last month on the Equi-Business blog, we talked about obtaining financial lending in pursuit of an equine property goal. We began with the reality that the equine […]

  • 7th Annual SK Equine Expo

    The 7th Annual Saskatchewan Equine Expo takes place February 15-18, 2018 at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon, SK. Together volunteers from Saskatchewan Horse Federation, the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, various equine breed groups and the staff of Prairieland Park work together to facilitate this annual event. The event presents equine related lectures, presentations, demonstrations, entertainment […]

  • Bounce Back Night for Canadian Cowboys

    COURTESY OF THE CANADIAN PROFESSIONAL RODEO ASSOCIATION December 11, 2017 After a couple of sub-par nights, Team Canada bounced back with a strong performance in the fifth go-round of the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Five members of the nine-man Canadian contingent cashed cheques, making this easily their best night to date. It was a […]

  • Roasted Game Hen with Sundried Fruit Stuffing

    The weather has been unseasonably nice for winter in Canada recently so we decided to prep the Western Horse Review kitchen and get ready for the upcoming Christmas season, while hosting an outdoor dinner party for our friends. This year we have been lucky to have the opportunity to learn a few things from chef, […]

  • EQUI-BUSINESS Preparation is Key

    BY JENN WEBSTER Enthusiasm is important when planning a business in the horse industry, but preparation is critical. Let’s face it, lenders look at the borrowers in the equine industry on a case-by-case basis. It is a challenging industry for traditional banks to provide financing to, for two main reasons. Firstly, the horse business is […]

  • Eggs Benedict

    There is honestly nothing we love more on a lazy Sunday morning, than the chance to sleep in and make Eggs Benedict for a late morning brunch. This recipe has been handed down to me and the Hollandaise sauce is truly what makes it – no packaged sauces around here! The sauce is honestly the […]

  • CFR Fashion Inspiration

    CFR Fashion Inspiration

    If you’re headed to the Canadian Finals Rodeo next week, we’ve got some outfit inspiration for you! There’s no denying it’s the perfect venue to bring out the good stuff. We also know it can  be tricky to stay warm in a Canadian winter and look amazing at the same time. Not to worry, we’ve […]