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Our city friends warned us the move to Langley would be disastrous and suggested we had left “normal.”
Former Langley resident Nigel Holmes, secretary treasurer of Harness Racing BC (HRBC)…
In both the human world and the horse world, we see what we want to see
Sport is fun and easy on the wallet. Haley Stradling will be taking her talents to Germany to compete in the World Cup
Langley rodeo rider Sarah Wright is making a name for herself at Montana State University
Humans are not the only species affected by tape measure trauma, or Napoleon complex.
The B.C. Farm Machinery and Agricultural Museum is hosting a Horse and Agriculture Education Session on April 28 from 10-3 p.m.
Young horse Cindy Lou, who was once abandoned in a Langley field without food or shelter, now has a young sponsor looking after her.
More Langley horse lovers attracted to miniature horses.
Langley vet clinic provides life-saving surgery to rescued horse.
Columnist now sees value in the practical gift that reduced her tears many Christmases ago
The South Langley Regional Trail has just received a major upgrade with the addition of a new bridge
Trainers and owners donate horses to Greener Pastures, and the horses are put on a waiting list.
Langley-based Horse Protection Society of B.C. has decided that the best way to prevent equine abuse and neglect cases is education.
A woman who was accidentally shot in the hand by a shotgun pellet last Thursday while walking on a South Langley trail.
Langley resident Violet Rumpel who recently celebrated her 100th birthday, wanted to experience the freedom and joy of riding again
Trio of spoiled geldings content to wait for room service
“More and more attention is being focused on the aftercare of the horses. The young, urban group, the market that the industry is hoping to attract to the (sport), is very concerned about animal welfare,” says New Stride president Marcy Emery.
A group of six Langley women who range in age from early boomer to 77 years old returned home from the equestrian adventure of a lifetime.
In the Interior of B.C., where our three geldings are enjoying a summer ranch vacation, horse folk are united by one thing: an intense dislike of cow people. In that vast region outside Vancouver referred to as ‘upcountry,’ you’re either a horse person or a cow person.