Clinicians’ secrets for all ground-work activities, from natural horsemanship to ground manners to round-pen work.
Reward-based training—or positive reinforcement--can activate your horse’s intelligence in a way that makes him want to learn.
In the June 2010 issue of Horse & Rider, we dared you to guess who the polocrosse player might be in the corresponding photo, with a list of clues. If you haven't guessed already, here's the answer, along with more photos from that Clinton Anderson's past.
Get your horse ready to do Clinton Anderson's signature "longeing for respect" exercise with these three prerequisite lessons.
Use Sherry Cervi's surefire method of bringing a horse back into barrel-racing shape after a layoff.
Horse & Rider Editorial Coordinator Erin Sullivan Haynes shares her personal experiences and her top-three surprises from the exciting 2009 Road to the Horse colt-starting competition.
The second part of Clinton Anderson's lesson in longeing for respect