Learn how your riding fitness affects your trail ride, and what you can do to make your horse’s job easier.
Draw reins—and rein setups that provide similar action—are useful in schooling a horse, as long as he’s familiar with them and you’re educated on how to use them.
Crossfiring—when your horse is on the wrong lead behind—will get you a penalty in many events. But when working a cow, it can jeopardize your working cow horse safety.
Debbie Cooper’s West Coast tack collection.
Make minor adjustments to your daily routine to dramatically improve your fitness results and riding.
Don’t let fear of traveling alone get in the way of your dream riding adventure.
Cold therapy (or “icing”) for your horse’s legs can treat new injuries, manage old ones, and help to prevent future ones from developing.
Six fit riders share their best habits for staying strong and healthy while still making time to ride.
This summer, hitch up your trailer, load up your horse, and drive down Highway 101 along the Oregon coast for spectacular beach riding.
Soft, feeling hands are a key component of good horsemanship. Learn exercises that will improve your hands and help you become a better rider.