Explore new riding destinations in the northwest that are perfect for fall trail rides.
For a true getaway, ride and camp in Nevada’s Great Basin National Park, a vast region that offers solitude, stargazing, and endless wilderness trail riding.
Explore the desert beauty of Joshua Tree National Park and plan your next riding adventure.
When your horse is stressed out, he needs a way to calm down and renew his trust in you. Julie Goodnight shares a story that will benefit you *and* your horse.
We often hear about the greatest horse a rider has had the opportunity to ride, but we don’t always hear about the bravest horse they’ve swung their leg over. We talk with five riders who tell us about the brave horses that changed their lives.
Here are four things you should know about this week's guest on The Ride, Jodie Morton.
This five-day, four-night event offers equestrians a once-in-a-lifetime experience to camp oceanfront with their horses, while raising significant funds to fight cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Learn the key horse-training insights gained from trainers’ ‘eureka moments.’
Stay in the saddle the rest of your life by focusing now on posture, balance, and core strength.
Teach your trail horse to step out confidently on his own, trusting you to be his herd leader.
Learn when it’s time to turn around on the trail and how to remain your horse’s “herd leader” in challenging situations.
Build your riding muscles and enhance your balance in the saddle with this yoga pose for riders from top clinician Julie Goodnight.
Learn to open and close a trail gate without dismounting for safety, efficiency, and control.
Here’s how to take charge and build a better, more responsive trail partner for safety and control.
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.
Avoid your horse's kick zone with help from clinician Julie Goodnight.
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.
Being spooky comes naturally to horses—some even more than others. Learn how desensitizing can dial down the spook-o-meter.