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Saddle Fitting Tip: Where Exactly Should My Saddle Sit?

There are a lot of opinions out there where exactly a saddle should sit correctly, and it may depend somewhat on the discipline you are riding in, the fact remains that...

Learn How to Fit Horse Boots with the Certified Horsemanship Association

This safety tip brought to you by the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) deals with correctly and safely fitting sports medicine boots, bell boots and split boots...

How to Properly Lead a Horse

Charles Wilhelm shows how to properly lead a horse.

Desensitizing to Cinch Pressure

In this first segment of a new series, you'll learn to desensitize your colt's barrel using a lead rope.

Mach III Plus by Fast Back Ropes

The Mach III Plus is smaller and lighter than the Mach III. The Mach III Plus has a lot of body, used by a lot of high-end headers. Learn more about the Mach III Plus...

Solving Pull Back Problems with Charles Wilhelm

Using a clip with drag gives the horse relief, but not release, when he tries to pull back.

Colt Starting: Desensitize With Plastic Bags

This plastic-bag desensitizing will get your colt-or any other horse-less reactive and ready to ride.

Fitting the Micklem Competition Bridle

Emily from SmartPak talks about how to fit the Micklem Competition Bridle and why she thinks it is so smart.

Two Point, Half Seat and Light Seat Explained

This Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) video will help to explain some terminology in English riding over fences that we hear quite often - two point, half seat,...

Webinar: Complex Helmets for a Complex World

Roy Burek, managing director and head of design at Charles Owen & Co presents an hour-long presentation on innovations in equestrian helmet design.

Handling the Spooking Horse

Charles helps rider Alana to work through her horse's fear and flight reaction to an obstacle in the arena.

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Introduction: Saddle and Strength

This new blog “Saddle and Strength” is all about the fitness journey of the equestrian athlete, and

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