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How trail walks can improve your horsemanship

Trail walks are an enjoyable way to develop your horse and test some of the skills you’ve been working on in the corral. Trail walks...

Dust off those ground poles!

Ground poles are often underutilized but they can play a major role in turning your horse into an athlete. A little imagination combined with...

Horse agility

Horse agility is a fun new sport that challenges and benefits the horse-human partnerships and is great for all ages and abilities! We all strive...

Natural Horsemanship & Horsekeeping

Natural horsemanship is one of the founding principles behind the Parelli training program, which has become extremely well-known and respected in the equine world....

Mustangs & Veterans Healing Together

Mustangs and veterans working together towards mutual healing. Mustangs and veterans are forces of nature – people and horses of strong will and beliefs. They...

Camping With Your Horse

Eight ways to prepare for camping with your horse. A cozy camp of wall tents with smoking stove pipes, nestled in an alpine meadow two...

Helping Him Accept Clippers

Teaching your horse how to clip doesn’t have to be a dramatic task. Learn how to tame the “clipper monster”. As you read this, we’ll...

Teaching The Whoa Step-By-Step

A good whoa is one of the most important things you can teach your horse. Doing so at liberty can help strengthen your communication...

The Nature of Interference

Do your horse’s hooves hit one another when he’s moving forward? Interference is a manmade problem that can be corrected using a natural hoofcare...

Balancing your horse’s calcium and phosphorus

Deciphering the correct balance between calcium and phosphorous doesn’t have to feel like a bad math class flashback! As we start this discussion of the...