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How to Make Sure Your New Year’s Goals Never Fail by Barbra Schulte
Prepare to Ride in the Hackamore by Al Dunning
The Daisy Exercise by Sandy Collier
Finding the Right Trainer for Your Horse by Martha Josey
Look Out For Equine Magnets by Richard Winters
STOP ON WHOA by Clinton Anderson
So, You Think You’re
In Charge Now? by Doug Lindgren
COWBOY or TRUE HORSEMAN by Craig Cameron
With Foals, Timing is Everything by Pat Parelli
WARM UP ROUTINE by Lynn Palm
Alfalfa and the Insulin Resistant Horse by Juliet M. Getty, Ph. D
Correct Correction by Dick Pieper
The Five Easy Pieces by Les Vogt
Giving barrel racers and other horses that compete in timed events the treatment they deserve can pay off for both you and your horse by Jim Masterson
and many more!
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Vertical Flexion on the Line
During groundwork, a good trainer shapes and refines a horse into a willing, pliable form, setting up the horse for an improved chance of success under ...
During the first 8 months of pregnancy, your mare may be fed like any other horse, with a balanced, quality diet. But, things are changing rapidly during this last ...
PREPARING YOUR HORSE FOR THE FARRIER by Ken McNabb
EARN YOUR HORSE'S RESPECT by Clinton Anderson
INVESTING IN THE OLDER HORSE "“ MONEY WELL SPENT by Dennis Auslam
HERD BEHAVIOR by Craig Cameron
I call longeing an "art" because learning how to do it properly takes time, but mastering longeing is well worth the effort. Equip the horse for longeing with halter ...
Have you ever found yourself in one of the following real life scenarios?
You and your husband have paid good money to ride in a clinic and both horses get frantic ...
Horses enjoy cold weather and the relaxation that winter brings, but it takes more than hay to keep them healthy during the colder months. Optimal nutritional planning will help them ...
The following exercise is simple, yet if you follow the steps and stay consistent it will improve your horse whether you are riding performance or pleasure.
To start, I want ...
Making mistakes has become my priority! I have been practicing now for a few years and just about have it down to a science. However, this hasn't always been ...
I first started teaching this exercise when a friend of mine was injured and could no longer mount his horse from the ground. In addition, I teach this exercise because ...
“A true horseman can see self-esteem in horses, because he looks for it and nurtures it. Like a good school-teacher, a capable horse trainer will enhance the self-esteem of each ...
Vertical Flexion in the Hackamore… The Beginning Steps
Your Pregnant Mare’s Last Three Months, by Juliet
Volume 3, Issue 5 Horse Digest
The Art of Longeing, by Lynn Palm
Training Tips to Overcome Your Barn-Gate-Buddy Sour Horse
Winter and your Horse’s Diet, By Juliet M.
Fear of Failure – by Aaron Ralston
Teach your horse to Lie Down, by Ken
Enhancing Your Horse’s Self-Esteem