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Cross train your horse’s mind with Mountain Trail

Physical conditioning is important for your horse, but cross training his mind may be even more critical. Here’s how the exciting discipline of...

Getting your horse to be on his best show behavior

Is your horse the chatty type when he’s at a show? Get some insight into this behavior, and how you can redirect it. One of...

EFT for Horses

The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) can help you and your horse release your old stories and resolve physical and behavioral challenges. The first time I...

Centered Jumping

How to apply Centered Riding techniques in jumping. For some riders, jumping can be a thrill, a challenge, a sport or competition, or simply fun....

Extreme Mustang Makeover

Showcasing the versatility and trainability of America’s wild horses through competitive Mustang training events. Many of us are aware of the challenges and controversies facing...

Saddle Pad Dust Patterns

How you can use saddle pad dust patterns to determine pressure points and saddle fit. What your saddle pad looks like after you ride can tell...

Bitless Bridle

Bitless Bridle, giving horses and their riders new hope all over the world. Consider the words of a recent convert to riding in a bitless...

Saddle Up!

Saddle fit for the recreational horse and rider. Have you been noticing a trend in the equestrian industry? The demographics have been quietly changing over...

Symptomatic Lameness From The Saddle

Occasional irreparable damage may be caused by a badly fitting saddle. We have discussed several aspects of a badly fitting saddle. These include incorrectly faced...

Saddle Fit: Old vs. New

How old-fashioned static saddle fit differs from dynamic saddle fit for the moving horse. Three different metal parts used in riding come in close contact...