Natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains the importance of understanding your horse's ears and expression to help better understand how he's feeling.
Have a new horse in the barn? Brad’s checklist will help you get prepared for your first ride.
There comes a time when you just need more horse. Use these tips to ensure that your upgrade will get you where you want to be.
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.
The prospect of upgrading your horse is exciting. It shows that you’re ready for more, you can set new goals, and you can expand your expertise. Riders who like to achieve thrive on that sort of thing. Onward and upward!
When you’re buying a horse, don’t neglect this one key pre-purchase check that will tell you if you’ll be able to ride him with confidence.