This simple, repetitive exercise improves your horse’s guidability and makes you a more confident, effective rider.
Don’t agonize over the details of cueing. Instead, use your mind to develop three core qualities of a confident, effective rider.
Some things build your horseback-riding confidence; others make you feel less confident in the saddle. Take our Trivia Challenge to test your knowledge of which is which.
Here’s how to take charge and build a better, more responsive trail partner for safety and control.
Have you ever lost your nerve when your trail horse has balked? Here, Julie Goodnight gives you her three-step confidence boost.