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    Here are 10 hints for practicing over logs and poles to help you perform better in ranch riding and ranch trail classes.

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    Check out these tips for exercise strategies your old guy will enjoy and benefit from.

  • Seniors That Still Have It

    Age is just a number, at least when it comes to these six senior horses.

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    Use my best lead-change drill to sharpen your horse’s lead change or banish bad habits, such as leaning into the change.

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