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How to Safely Paste Deworm Your Horse

Don't let it turn into a sticky situation, know how to safely paste deworm your horse from the Certified Horsemanship Association

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - 15 Factors Affecting Saddle Fit!

Jochen Schleese explains why he wrote his book "Suffering in Silence" and speaks about his Professional background.

Webinar: The 5-Day Show-Grooming Plan from Professional Equine Grooms Founder Liv Gude

During the hour-long presentation, Liv will discuss everything you need to know about preparing your horse for competition.

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 8 - Saddle Tree Angle

Saddle Tree/Shoulder Angle: The panel tree points should be parallel to the shoulder angle to position saddle properly.

Colt Starting: Desensitize With Plastic Bags

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

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 7 - Saddle Straightness

A saddle should not fall off to one side when viewed from the front or back. Tree points should be positioned behind both scapuale (shoulder blades).

On the Trail with Charles Wilhelm

On the Trail with Charles Wilhelm - helping you solve common trail problems

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - Do Saddle Pads Improve Saddle Fit?

Many riders believe if they use an extra thick saddle pad this will help the horse’s back when they notice pressure points or sensitivity along the horse’s spine. This...

The Hat Nanny

Keep your cowboy hat and English riding helmet safe by storing them on The Hat Nanny. The Hat Nanny can sit on a shelf, hang on the wall, or even attach to a window or...

Ovation From Head To Toe

Ovation riding apparel and equipment is developed for the rider who is looking for gear that is highly technical as well as attractive. From boots and breeches to shirts,...

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 6 - Saddle Length

A horse's shoulder and loin area should never carry any weight of a rider. Rider weight should be carried on the saddle support area only and never extending past the...

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