by Sarah Purdum
Master this exercise, and your confidence in the saddle will reach a new level.
With this survey, we want to know if you regularly work out in order to boost your fitness for riding. Please take the poll below, then check the survey’s results in the May 2017 issue of Horse&Rider.
Though mud and muck might be your wintertime reality, don't let that get in the way of clean white points. Here's how to clean up whites quickly for a late season event.
Does the weather have you stuck inside? Here are a few barn-related tasks that you can complete inside to keep you busy.
An owner seeks answers about her gelding’s puzzling behavior.
by the H&R Staff
Horse trainers say the darnedest things. Here are 18 of our favorite things we heard them say this year.
by Al Dunning
Get to know this training tool that’s been part of my program since I was a youth rider.
With this survey, we want to know how you keep your horse or horses—that is, where you stable them. Please take the poll below, then check the survey’s results in the April 2017 issue of Horse&Rider.
Credit: Photo courtesy of Dr. Brian Gilger
Uveitis is a painful inflammation of the eye with potentially career- or even life-ending complications. We asked Dr. Jacquelin Boggs,...
by Bob Avila
Use quality tack in your day-to-day riding to keep your horse comfortable and performing well
A new gelding’s problematic penis needs a vet’s attention and gentle cleansing.
by Larry Little
Enhance your horse’s black leg markings in four easy steps.
by Jennifer Forsberg Meyer
Work over obstacles can make your horse more supple and willing, plus vastly improve your horsemanship. Check it out—even if you never ride a trail.
With this survey, we want to know which of four trends in the Western horse world you’re most pleased about. Please take the poll below, then check the survey’s results in the March 2017 issue of Horse&Rider.
Why does your horse play with his bit? And how can you stop it? Brad gives a few examples of what you can do to stop your horse from playing with his bit.
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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.
Check out these tips for exercise strategies your old guy will enjoy and benefit from.
Age is just a number, at least when it comes to these six senior horses.
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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