DvL Publishing launched Horse & Pony for horse and pony enthusiasts in 1987. It is Atlantic Canada's only publication for equine enthusiasts. Published bi-monthly, each issue has a specific focus, usually season-related. There are also regular reports from correspondents in each of the Atlantic provinces and one related to draft horses. The "What's Happening" guide to up-coming equestrian events in Atlantic Canada is columns long and the Classifed Ad section lists horses wanted and for sale, tack, farm equipment, sleighs, carriages, harness, farrier services and more.
Throughout the year we feature:
breeding; mare & foal care; feeding, nutrition & hay production; pastures & fencing; health care; holistic care; stallions; stud selection; stable & barn management; horse shows; 4-H; hunter/jumpers; dressage; show preparation; grooming; construction of stables & barns, courses & jumps; show results; reining; trail riding; western riding; horse training; eventing; driving; schooling; farriers & horseshoes; heavy horses; wagon & carriage riding; ponies; colts; yearlings; ranch horses; tack; saddles; halters; harnesses; leatherwork; helmets; chaps; breeches; boots; vet supplies; summer camps; clinics; trailers & trailering.
Breeds and types which have been featured include:
Appaloosas; Clydesdales; Shetland Ponies; Belgians; Morgans; Percherons; Miniature Horses; Trakehners; Paints; Quarter Horses; Newfoundland Ponies; Arabians; New Forest ponies; Norwegian Fjords; Palominos; Haflingers; the backyard horse; Canadians
| Horse & Pony, Dec 2012 - Jan 2013
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