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Learning Lateral Work

How to learn lateral work without tying yourself in knots. Lateral work is a great tool for developing straightness and symmetry. But the process of...

Vol.9 – Issue 4

9 FUNCTIONAL CONFORMATION We often think conformation is genetic, but did you know environmental factors can also play a role? 12 NUTRITION FOR EYE...

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...

Tips to improve rider nutrition

Are you notorious for eating poorly at horse shows, or grabbing a fast food meal while rushing to the barn? These rider nutrition tips...

How to help your horse reach his true potential

Want to help your horse be the best he can be? Here are some tips from renowned trainer Guy Maclean on how to train...

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....

Loosen Up: Contracted Muscles

Contracted muscles could be the reason your horse is sore. Occasionally you’ll come across a horse whose pain just seems unexplainable. I’ve had caring owners...

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...

Quantum Mechanics & Your Horse

You may not think quantum mechanics and horses go together. One trainer explores this link to help horses become healthier and more balanced. Understanding the...