Your reins and legs (and your seat and entire body) should all operate in unison when you ride. Too many of us are overusing the reins and underusing everything else.
If your horse has had some time off, or you’re riding an unfamiliar or young horse, it’s a good idea to evaluate him before you climb on. The most important thing
I have compiled a list of the top 3 mistakes riders make. These common errors are easy to correct if you become aware of what they are and know how
Ride where you can, not where you can’t. If you and your horse are in a high pressure situation, don’t continue to fight a losing battle. We all know that you
There are many variations to the definition of a horse being ‘broke’. Those terms may mean something totally different to each person. It’s all in your individual perspective. What Is 'Broke'? The term
It only requires some small changes to produce huge results and create a horse that is truly light. Now when I say light, I don’t mean a horse that operates
Trotting diagonals is one of the best strength building and balancing exercises you can do for your horse. A trot is a two-beat gait in which a front and hind leg
Do you wish you could stop fighting with your horse? That you and your horse would quit having different ideas of what needs to happen? And your horse would not