by The H&R Staff
Use our list to build your own template that'll keep you organized and prepared every time you haul your horse.
by Lynn Palm
Get a taste for this buzzworthy sport by trying out a Western dressage test right here.
by Al Dunning
Classical horsemanship is the foundation of all riding. Let it help improve you and your horse.
by Michelle Chapman
Every single minute you spend with your horse is meaningful; it can be positive or negative. You want to build plenty of positive experiences to help you and your horse work as a team to your fullest...
by Bob Avila
If your horse is tense or nervous when he first gets to the show, long trot or lope him to help him settle into his new surroundings. (Longeing him first can make your job easier.) Once he's...
Trainer Jackie Lee Jackson guides you through a challenging showmanship pattern that requires focus and advance planning.
Judge Christy Wood guides you through this challenging showmanship pattern.
by Alana Harrison
Andrea Simons shows our reader how to make a great first impression on the judge—and maybe nab that next blue ribbon!
by Jennifer Paulson
Keep your back-up straight and precise
with position pointers.
by Sara Simons
In a showmanship pattern, the details—like making every marker—matter most.
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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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