by Jennifer Paulson
Trainer Brad Barkemeyer offers advice for retraining a horse that bucks or lurches into lope transitions.
Learn to read your horse's eye to determine his mood and, hopefully, save yourself a wreck.
by Bob Avila
Focus on your comeback rather than your setback to move on from mistakes.
by Cathy Raymond Herbert
Danny Blackburn has earned the respect of his peers and professionals for the way he handles and trains his own horses.
by Brian Henry
Get your body ready to assume the horsemanship position with these exercises.
by Alana Harrison
Trainer Carol Metcalf provides strategic tips to help a reader safely and successfully recondition her horse for work after a long layup.
by Sarah Purdum
Master this exercise, and your confidence in the saddle will reach a new level.
by Sandy Collier
Certain kinds of behavior are clear signals from your horse. Here’s what they mean, and what to do in response.
by Casey Deary
Teach your young horse to change leads the easy way to avoid future frustration.
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Mastering the showmanship starts at home. Here I’ll offer some advice and share different exercises you can practice with your horse to improve your score.
The field of veterinary medicine is on the fast track. Learn how the ‘slow medicine’ movement may help veterinarians embrace technology without sacrificing personal connection.
What’s new and exciting for riders and their horses this year? Here are a few things on our radar to keep an eye on.
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