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Focus on your comeback rather than your setback to move on from mistakes.
Learn what blood tests are most meaningful to your veterinarian—and what basic lab work will (or won’t) tell you about your horse’s health.
Danny Blackburn has earned the respect of his peers and professionals for the way he handles and trains his own horses.
Make the most of the horse-show “hurry-up-and-wait” with these competition-tested do’s and don’ts.
OMG! After a big spook, this gelding is convinced the banner will leap off the fence and eat him. Rather than getting after him for being stupid, the smart approach is to let him work... more
Our revolutionary new ComFiTec™ turnout blankets are designed to conquer the elements... and your worries. As you’d expect from us, every aspect of our most advanced range ever – from materials to fastenings – has been developed with comfort and fit in mind. So whatever the winter throws at you horse, you can be sure their blankets will hug them as snugly and lovingly as you do.
Al Dunning analyzes a gelding's conformation and shares the pros and cons of his performance potential.
Al Dunning shares his insight on mares, geldings, and studs.
Maggie Cincotta and Ka Rona win the 2015 NRCHA Youth Limited Stallion Stakes class. Be sure to read her story in the October issue of Horse&Rider. (Please note: sound doesn't work for some of the...
Check out the Madigan Squeeze in action...
Al Dunning talks about German martingales in this installment of #ReadyToRide.
Al Dunning teaches you to use your reins with finesse instead of force.
Al Dunning talks about the martingale in this installment of Tack Talk.
Al Dunning teaches you to ride with rhythm.
Al Dunning talks about cavessons in this installment of Tack Talk.
Al Dunning explains your horse's left-side preference, and how to fix it.
Al Dunning talks about the twisted snaffle bit in this installment of Tack Talk.
by Brad Barkemeyer
The stop sets your horse up for success when boxing a cow.
For the first time in a long time I'm watching the All-American Quarter Horse Congress from my trusty computer. While I don't miss the unpredictable weather (it's 70 degrees here in Boulder), or the...
by Debra Jones Wright
Learn how to roach your horse’s mane in four easy steps.
by Alana Harrison
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.
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The “if this, then that” mentality that works so well for you in your job will not work the same way with your horse. Clinician Van Hargis explains why not.... | more
For the first time in a long time I'm watching the All-American Quarter Horse Congress from my trusty computer. While I don't miss the unpredictable weather (it's 70 degrees here in Boulder), or the...... | more
The blazing fall foliage season is ideal for getting out on the trail with your horse. But what about once you’re home? Many horse owners are already aware that red maple leaves are toxic to horses but why is fall the dangerous season--and what can we do to be sure our horses are safe from deadly "acer rubrum" poisoning?... | more
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