fbpx
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Home Tags Training

Tag: training

Easing back into show training after time off (due to COVID-19)

Are you and your horse feeling a little rusty after taking some time off? These steps will help you ease back into a successful...

Invitation and reward: a kinder way to train your horse

Take a look at why an “invitation and reward” approach to training is kinder – and more effective – than one that involves pressure...

Tips for winter horse training

Training and riding your horse in bad weather means keeping some important considerations in mind. Follow these winter horse training tips for a safer...

Recognizing and managing equine emotional states for a more harmonious vet...

When horses feel understood, they are more at ease with handling. This model will help you understand the emotional needs of your horses during...

6 tips for teaching kids about horses

Horses make wonderful companions for kids – and vice versa! The key is to set them up for success by imparting some basic safety...

Treadmill exercise and your horse

Equine treadmills are increasingly found in therapy centers, research centers, and even some training facilities. Learn how the rehabilitating or conditioning horse could succeed...

7 tips for training your young horse

He’s bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and full of curiosity – but he needs to be trained! Here are some valuable tips to help you shape your...

How learning new disciplines can improve your riding

Trying new disciplines can greatly benefit your riding style and improve your horse’s attitude and understanding at any event. We all put our left foot...

5 steps to prepare your horse for training and competition –...

Competition season is upon us, which means it's time to condition your equine companion to perform at his best. Horse caretakers want results from training,...

How acupressure can improve rider comfort

Over time, riders experience aches and pains that result from performing repetitive movements on horseback. Acupressure can help restore rider comfort and improve performance. Anatomically,...