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Learning to Pay Attention and Listen

Many physical or behavioral issues can be avoided if we simply pay attention and listen to what our horses are trying to tell us. Recently,...

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....

Self-Carriage Starting Now!

How developing self-carriage at the most basic level will help your horse maintain it through more advanced movements. When a horse is balanced and maintaining...

An Interview With Stacy Westfall

Stacy Westfall talks about how she got started, natural horsekeeping, and developing a strong bond with equine partners. Talented horsewoman Stacy Westfall needs little introduction....

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...

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...

The Importance of a Body Protector

The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) provides some expert advice on the importance of a body protector. Hands up, those who admit to wearing a...

Massage Therapy For His Hindquarters

Using massage therapy to help strengthen and condition your horse’s hindquarters. The hindquarters are the “powerhouse” of your horse’s body. This is where the impulsion...

Massage Therapy For Your Horse’s Hindquarters

Using massage therapy to help strengthen and condition your horse’s hindquarters. The hindquarters are the “powerhouse” of your horse’s body. This is where the impulsion...

Pole Work To Shake Things Up

Seven pole work exercises to shake up your flatwork routine. If your looking for something interesting and beneficial to add to your horse’s exercise program...