Code of Ethics and Standards

Horse Network strives to reflect the diversity of the equestrian community; we value inclusiveness and are committed to the greater good of horse sport. First and foremost, we believe in accuracy, honesty, transparency and fairness.

Fact checking, Sources and Citations:

  • Source quotes are fact checked to ensure accuracy prior to publication.
  • When available, hyperlinks should be used when referencing citations and quotations from secondary sources.
  • Anonymous sources are only quoted in circumstances when there is legitimate fear of personal or professional reprisal.
  • Horse Network does not pay for “tips,” nor financially compensate sources.


  • Horse Network welcomes complaints on factual errors. Corrections can be emailed to
  • Factual errors will be corrected quickly and acknowledged within the post in which they occurred. Typos and clarifications do not require acknowledgement.


  • Horse Network features a diverse range of voices and points of view. Branded content, opinion pieces and satirical posts will be clearly labelled as such.
  • Plagiarism is strictly prohibited.
  • Social media posts on the personal accounts of Horse Network and Wrigley Media Group employees and freelancers do not reflect the position of either company.

Horse Network’s Code of Ethics and Standards is a living document, reflecting our mission to continually to do better and be better.