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Julie Goodnight shows you how to lead a horse over obstacles you would experience on the trails.
Julie Goodnight explains how to use a rope halter on the trail.
Are you selecting reins for a child to use? Here are a few pointers.
Does your horse balk and buck when he doesn’t want to work? Fix this vice with clinician Julie Goodnight’s expert advice.
Have you ever lost your nerve when your trail horse has balked? Here, Julie Goodnight gives you her three-step confidence boost.
Having trouble getting your horse to collect himself in preparation for a flying lead change? Borrow a tip from the English disciplines and try a half-halt.
Choose the right bit for optimal on-trail communication and control with this expert guide.
Julie Goodnight offers her three-step guide to helping your horse stay cool on the trail.
Are you a first-time horse camper? Here's what we need to know and how to prepare yourself so things go smoothly.
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 clinician 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.
Is your horse “jiggy” and tense on the trail? Learn how to stop the jig with this easy technique from top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight.
Be sure that when you go up a hill on a trail ride that you Pick a safe path.
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 clinician Julie Goodnight.
Learn how to safely introduce your horse to water crossings on the trail.
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.
Improve your rope-handling skills with top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight.
Julie Goodnight helps a reader quiet her jigging trail horse.
Learn how to ground-tie your horse with this easy technique from 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.