Does your horse balk and buck when he doesn’t want to work? Fix this vice with top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight’s expert advice.
The ability to drop your horse's head by cue is a confidence-building basic. Can you do it?
Learn how and why to pony a second horse behind you while you’re on the trail with top clinician/trainer Julie Goodnight.
Watch as Julie Goodnight shows you how to teach your horse the drop-head cue from the saddle.
Do you have trouble with your horses pawing while in the trailer? Check out this Q&A with Julie Goodnight.
When mounted up on a trail ride, teach your horse to stand still until you give a cue to move with this technique from top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight.
On tough trails, it’s important to be able to control your horse’s every step. Master the back-up with Julie Goodnight’s easy technique.
Julie Goodnight helps a Horse & Rider reader calm her jigging trail horse.
Learn how to ground-tie your horse with this easy technique from top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight.
When you saddle your horse, secure your horse saddle's points of attachment in the proper order to keep the saddle in place. If your horse takes a step when the saddle isn't properly secured, he may feel a shift or roll, and spook.