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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...

Types of Snaffle Bits with Charles Wilhelm

Not sure what bit to use? Charles walks you through the type of snaffle bits by explaining the different functions based on style, diameter, and metal.

Saddle Fitting Tip: Thank You to Our Amazing Clients and their Horses

93 yr. old Elsa Mikkelson's riding video testimonial of her experience with Schleese.

Video: Tim McQuay at the Kentucky Reining Cup

We caught up with Tim McQuay at the 2013 Kentucky Reining Cup.

Mounting a Colt for the First Time

In the first of three lessons dealing with a first ride, you'll learn how to mount a colt and flex his neck in this video.

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: "Ask the Author" with Janet Foy on Dressage For The Not-So-Perfect Horse

As part of Dressage Today's Book Club, Janet Foy presented a webinar on her book Dressage For The Not-So-Perfect Horse. Janet, an FEI 4* and USEF "S" dressage judge as...

Video: Ride the Trot Lengthening

If you're like many First Level dressage riders, trot lengthenings may seem to be a matter of talent--some horses lengthen more naturally and easily than others--or luck,...

Weaver Leather Introduces New AirFlex Technology

Weaver Leather has just introduced its new AirFlex technology into a brand new cinch. This patented design features a unique state-of-the-art air-flow channel that...

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.

Teaching Your Horse to Drag Objects - Part 1

Charles shows you how to introduce the rope to your horse in order to safely and successfully prepare him to drag objects.

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It’s Not What We Have, But What We Do With It That Counts

All jokes aside, it really isn't as much our size that matters most when we ride; it’s what we do

Saddle and Strength

Introduction: Saddle and Strength

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

Melinda's Life with Horses Blog

Get Out Of Your Head And Into Your Body

Spending some time learning to separate fact from fiction and truth from "mounted mythology" can

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