Advice

Take Control and Move!

Don’t work to keep an even keel. Instead, get active while riding, and feel your confidence blossom.



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Wrap Right!

Too loose? Too tight? Bandaging mistakes can do more harm than good. Learn common wrapping wrongs—and how to correct them.



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More Hay; Senior Check; Storm-Day Tasks

Here's some tasks you can complete around your place when the weather keeps you out of the saddle, and some feeding advice to be mindful of as the weather fluctuates.



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50 Fab Uses for Feed Sacks

Before you toss out these everyday items, check out the many ways you can re-use them.



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Braver Horse, Braver You

Done properly, this stick-and-string exercise will teach your horse to think more and spook less.



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The Tools to Gussy Up

A brush kit is an effective and convenient way to keep your grooming goods in one place.



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Best Chronic Colic Tips

Lush, new spring grass might could cause colic; here's how you can protect your horse.



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Get Your Horse’s Rear in Gear

Linda Parelli tells a reader to straighten up to get her horse to drive from behind.



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Conditioning Tip

A long winter layup can spell trouble for your horse if you don't take care with his conditioning. Incorporate more long trotting to ensure that your horse is sound and ready for the season.



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THAT 70'S HORSE

Horses. Does it ever seem to you that we don’t make ’em like we used to? The question’s come to mind several times this morning, as I await results of yet another a lameness exam...



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To Do This Month: Check Foals, Hay, and Fencelines

For some February means the start of warm weather, while others are still managing the cold. Here are some items to check off your to-do list no matter the clime you live in.



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Good Winter Riding…for the Rest of Us

Frigid in Fargo? Soaked in Seattle? Wind-blasted in Wyoming? Here’s your get-through-winter riding guide.



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Gallop Poll: Do You Trailer?

In this month's Gallop Poll we want to know how often you trailer your horse for a trail ride. Share your response in our survey and see the results of your responses in the May 2015 issue of Horse&Rider.



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Read His Eye Before You Mount

Learn to read your horse's eye to determine his mood and, hopefully, save yourself a wreck.



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Self-Lifting Feet

Pat Parelli shares the steps to overcome resistance when picking up a horse’s feet.



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