Take in the enchanting geological beauty of the Badland’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Mastering a maneuver like this takes time, patience, and a lot of practice. While you go from your fast lope directly to a walk in this drill, the end goal is to teach your horse how to listen for subtle slow-down cues so you can go from a fast lope to a slow one in the show pen and have your horse’s response become second nature.
Is your horse resisting you, or defying you? Learn how to tell the difference, and what to do for each to become a more confident, effective rider.
In an exclusive H&R interview, learn why clinician Warwick Schiller’s horse-training methods have evolved toward more horse-centric approaches.
Summer sores in horses can be challenging to deal with. We give you the lowdown on cause, treatment, and prevention.
Learn what can cause your horse’s thin, sensitive soles, plus what you can do to improve them and his overall hoof health.