by Brad Jewett
‘Plus’ your trail course by improving your performance between the obstacles.
by Jennifer Paulson
Trainer and clinician Laurel Walker Denton offers the finer points of presentation for ranch riding classes, from tack to rider turnout.
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.
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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.
Do you know when you should use bell boots on your horse? Brad explains why he uses bell boots and when he uses them on his horses.
Do you know what a bit's purchase is? Brad Barkemeyer explains why the bit's purchase is one of the most important parts of your horse's bit.
It's not always black and white when it comes to riding, it's about what works best with your horse.
Improve your rollback before your next show by using Brad Barkemeyer's rollback drill.
Before you try this exercise, be sure you've practiced Brad's backing-up exercise, outlined here.
See why Brad recommends leaving your splint boots off your horse when you're riding and it's hot outside.
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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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