Why the term “broke” just doesn’t work in the 21st century.
Should you use certain tack items with your horse or not? Get professional input on seven commonly used pieces of horse equipment.
Learn how Al Dunning and Warwick Schiller use the humble leg-yield to solve problems and improve a horse.
Just about any seat and cantle will work for most all Western events, but discipline-specific specializations in these saddle parts will help you succeed at the highest levels.
How and why spending time on a patience pole can help improve your relationship with your horse and make your time in the saddle more successful.
The saddle horn plays a larger role in saddle selection and use than you might realize.
Draw reins—and rein setups that provide similar action—are useful in schooling a horse, as long as he’s familiar with them and you’re educated on how to use them.
Precise application of standing leg wraps ensures the protection of your horse’s soft tissues for healing an injury or sweating inflammation
In its first year back after a hiatus, Ranch Bash 2018 raised nearly $30,000 for America's Horse Cares—a branch of the American Quarter Horse Association's Foundation that supports therapeutic riding programs.
This simple, go-to piece of tack has more going for it than you might know. Learn about proper use and different styles of snaffles.
Al Dunning explains his 5 must-have pieces of equipment in this video.
Are you using your running martingale correctly? Check your habits against my hints.
Think you know everything there’s to know about saddle pads? Think again! Brush up on your knowledge for a happier, more comfortable horse.
Pro Al Dunning explains different ways to use split reins and how to master each rein position.
For safety’s sake, select, use, and clean your saddle’s back cinch with care.
Learn the ins and outs of breast collars to become a specialist on this popular piece of riding equipment.
Brush up on your front cinch know-how to help ensure that every ride is a fun and safe experience.