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Top Six Ways to Improve Your Riding

One of the questions that often comes up in the EquiSearch chat room and forums is, "How can I improve my riding?" or "Where can I learn more about....?" Working...

A Perfectly Mountable Mount

We've all been there: You gather yourself up to mount your horse, maybe even have a foot in the stirrup, and your horse moves away-sometimes subtly,...

Stable Riding: Stability with Horses

Scenes from Hilliard, Ohio's Smiley-R-Ranch play over and over in my mind as I try, desperately, to imagine what happened that fateful day: "Grandpa" W. E. Dick Richardson, in bib-overalls and...

Roping Schools

As the recreational team roping industry continues to grow steadily, so does the roping school scene. More professional cowboys-looking to either avoid the road altogether or...

The Importance of the Bridle Reins

Everybody develops his or her own style of roping and horsemanship, and one area of many in which everyone is an individual is the bridle reins. It's an important...

Navigate the Warm-Up Arena at a Dressage Show

The warm-up arena at a dressage show can be a happening place, but if you don’t know your way around, it can quickly become a scary one. Savvy riders share...

How to Stop a Tail Chewer

In the October 2005 issue of Horse & Rider magazine, we talked about getting to the root causes of tail rubbing. But what if the tail problem in your pasture...

Tips to Keep Riding at Midlife and Beyond

A basic, easy-to-do strength-training workout for riders (just minutes a week!) in the article "Get Fit, Ride Better." The latest information and research on health, nutrition, and fitness at "Defy Your...

Jumping Clinic Classics: An Exemplary Crest Release

This rider has her heels down and good contact through her lower leg. Her stirrup length is fine, but she’d make her ankle more supple by turning the iron...

Fresh Barns Are Healthier

Many people are unaware that one of the primary causes of the horse respiratory disease "heaves," or recurrent airway obstruction (RAO), is exposure to bacterial products in the air, particularly from...

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