"Choke” is a blockage in your horse’s esophagus that makes it impossible for him to swallow.
Reduce the number of spooks you have on the trail with a ground-up approach.
The saddle horn plays a larger role in saddle selection and use than you might realize.
This often-overlooked concept can make or break your pattern work. Bonus: Use it to square-up your horse’s shoulders.
A vet-friendly barn is one your veterinarian and farrier will love, as it makes it easier for them to provide top-notch care for your horse.
Apply lessons from a former NCAA equestrian coach to quickly connect with a new horse, whether he’ll be a temporary mount or a long-term partner.
Skip the screaming. A low-stress weaningmethod will provide a kinder, gentler way to separate foal from mare.
In this month’s Inspired Rider column, Bob Welch talks about cutting legend Marions Girl.
After hunting for a new horse for several months, Jennifer Paulson finally finds Minnie.