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Improving Stall Manners

Horses that are pushy or aggressive when you enter the stall can be frustrating to handle. Follow these training tips to help develop better...

Training your horse with play and precision

Here’s how play and precision can work together to create the outcomes you desire. In my experience, there are riders who love to play and riders...

Top 10 equine body language postures

The top ten equine body language postures you should pay attention to. Observing our horses can bring great pleasure and peace, but if we’re paying...

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...

Can A Green Horse Work For You?

You’re a new rider who has bought a green horse, and have reached the point where you realize you’re in way over your head....

Barefoot Police Horses

Follow the journey of one mounted unit as they took their patrol horses from shod to barefoot. Did you know that every single horse in...

All About Free Jumping

Free jumping can be a fun and beneficial way to enhance your horse’s training and development. Free jumping, if done correctly, provides fantastic benefits to...

Herd Bound Behavior – Part 2

Herd bound behavior is a common and challenging issue. But increasing your awareness of herd dynamics and developing a more effective leadership role can...

Horses As A Leadership Example

How studying the way of the horse can help people with corporate leadership and teamwork. One by one, four horses were led into the arena....

A Blind Woman’s Guide…Pony!

Dogs aren’t the only animals that can serve as guides for the blind. Miniature horses like this clever filly are also proving to be...