1Provide a Low-Sugar/High-Fiber Diet
2Gain Sideways Control
3Be An Engaged Rider
These riders don’t mount up without head protection. Read their stories, so you can decide if a helmet might be right for you.
The stop sets your horse up for success when boxing a cow.
Learn how to roach your horse’s mane in four easy steps.
It’s the ‘forbidden’ match—a green rider on a green horse. If you ever find yourself in this situation, follow these strategies to up the odds that you’ll wind up safe and successful.
Master gait extension by understanding what it means and how to ask your horse to lengthen his stride for extended gaits. more
Al Dunning talks about the twisted snaffle bit in this installment of Tack Talk.
Al Dunning teaches you to ride with rhythm.
by Dan Aadland
We were camped under aspens at an idyllic spot where two creeks met, our tent on high ground between the gurgling streams, our spirits not dampened by the several inches of new wet snow that weighed
We’re having a bit of fun with this survey. We want to discover if any coat color seems to occur more often in horses with good dispositions…at least among H&R readers’ horses! So please take the poll below, then check the survey’s results in the November 2016 issue of Horse&Rider.
An owner learns about this serious illness, plus what she can do to keep her gelding safe.
You describe the challenges you’ve faced as a result of your mare’s heat cycles.
Not a naturally talented rider? It doesn’t matter! Learn the secret to improving your horsemanship with these key insights from an expert on skill development.... | more
At a young age my horse trainers expressed the importance of attending different clinics that were offered at horse shows and at the end I always walked away realizing there was so much more to learn...... | more
Be sure to smile as you gallop across the field. Or trudge from your house to the barn. Unmanned aerial vehicles ("UAVs" or "drones") are everywhere, whether you and your horse want them to be or not. Some horse owners and community officials are taking steps to protect the safety of horses and the privacy of property owners. How are horses getting along with these giant horseflies in the sky?
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