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Ride Better Right Now!

by Jennifer Forsberg Meyer Ten key insights from Don Murphy, one of the most effective riding coaches in the industry. Read More


Essential Etiquette for Trail Rides

by Heather Smith Thomas ‘Mrs. Trail Manners’ tells you what you need to know to have a pleasant cross-country ride—and be invited back. Read More


Horse-Sale Videos: Take One

by Bob Avila I’ve been on both the production and the prospective-buyer ends of sale videos. Learn from my experience to make a better video—and watch a sale video critically. Read More


Take Time to Shine

by Adam V. D’Agostino Don’t cram your show prep into one stressful session. Instead, spend time each day leading up to the event for a sparkling turnout. Read More


Master the Log Drag—Safely

by Laurel Walker Denton Learn this skill to prepare for a ranch trail class, or just to increase your horse’s ‘broke quotient.’ Read More


Rise of a Cowgirl

by Jennifer Forsberg Meyer Trainer Erin Taormino scored big at last fall’s Snaffle Bit Futurity. Learn what fuels her success. Read More


Helmets 101

by Julie Preble Don’t know what to look for when trying on a protective helmet? Confused by the array of sizes, styles, and types from which to choose? Let us help you make sense of it all! Read More


‘Swing’ for Shoulder Control

by Taylor McIntosh Good control of your horse’s shoulder improves your riding and ups your in-saddle confidence. Read More


The Difference a Clinic Makes

by Jennifer von Geldern Five clinic participants share their experiences so you can get the most out of the next clinic you attend. Read More


Riding After a Replacement

by Jennifer von Geldern Facing a joint-replacement surgery, but afraid you won’t get back in the saddle afterward? Three riders share their experiences to offer you encouragement and insight. Read More


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  • 10 Tips for Ranch Logs

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

  • Feel-Good Work for your Senior Horse

    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.

  • Lead-Change Precision

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

  • Senior-Horse Issue
  • Try Ranch Trail Logs
  • Understand X-Rays

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