Hemp products—CBD supplements—are trending for humans, but have you thought about using them for your horse? Learn how hemp may help your horse.
Make rides positive for everyone—horseback and not—by following the commandments of trail etiquette.
Head north of the border for a top-notch horse-camping experience in Ontario’s beautiful Ottawa Valley.
Take aim against seven common hoof-care mistakes that can put your horse’s health and soundness at risk.
Trail riders Kent and Charlene Krone reminisce about Charlene’s first horse, an Appaloosa named Buckwheat, in this month’s Inspired Rider column.
Your horse’s navicular syndrome, or palmar heel pain, must be managed with the help of your veterinarian and hoof-care professional.
Stay out of the penalty box and learn what judges look for in a ranch riding spin.
After years of training, Wes Wetherell has collected hundreds of bits, including a couple of bits he will never part ways with.
“If You could tell yourself one thing before your accident, what would it have been?”
Use my five-barrel exercise to fix three common problems and help take seconds off your barrel run when it counts.
Focus is the key to success. Get your head in the game before you compete for the best possible results.
Don’t agonize over the details of cueing. Instead, use your mind to develop three core qualities of a confident, effective rider.
Every few years, the American Horse Publications group, this year along with Zoetis, produces an in-depth survey to study our horse industry as a whole.
We’re headed back to the World Equestrian Games this September, learn more about reining’s international evolution.