Bud Lyons explains how to focus on short-term goals and riding the horse you have in the show pen.
Are you ready to level up? A top amateur coach offers the best advice for being ready to compete on a larger stage.
Your mental sharpness comes into play every time you ride. Keep these four keys in mind the next time you saddle up.
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Half a decade. 60 months. Five years. This is how long it took me to accomplish a short-term goal.
Amberley Snyder expresses the importance of being able to change your mentality to accomplish your goals.
Make these actions and attitudes habitual and your proficiency as a rider will soar.
It takes time to learn all the skills required for showing your horse well. Find success faster with my five recommendations.
Be an inspired rider in the New Year.
Ready to take your riding to the next level? Fallon Taylor shares her best advice for riders of all disciplines trying to reach their riding goals.
Whether you dream of seeing the country from horseback or excelling in competition, you can do it! These four riders reveal what it took to achieve their horse-related goals.
Learn how to roach your horse’s mane in four easy steps.
Five clinic participants share their experiences so you can get the most out of the next clinic you attend.
No matter how seasoned or well- trained, a horse that’s new to you requires a first-show game plan. Prepare with a pro’s advice.
Fear doesn’t have to keep you out of the saddle. Here’s help that’ll give your confidence a leg back up.
Ride out, camp out, and race—all in this one great event.
With 10 minutes a day and some smart food swaps, you can conquer that tight squeeze in time for show season-and get healthier in the process.
Are you a young person who wants to stay involved with horses through your college years? Intercollegiate competition provides just that opportunity.
How to combine the 4-H lessons of head, heart, hands, and health with horsemanship.
Meet the four-legged significant others that rule the barns-and hearts- of six world-class trainers.
Wrangler Ultimate Ride Sweepstakes winner Renee Twombly enjoyed a Blue Ridge Mountain retreat and rode the North Carolina trails with Team Horse & Rider's Julie Goodnight.