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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 2 - Wither Clearance

Clearance at the withers should be 2-3 fingers for normal withers, mutton withers will have more clearance, and high withers will have less clearance. Clearance should be...

The Original Mane 'n Tail Shampoo and the Original Conditioner

The dynamic duo that gets horses' coats, manes, and tails down to the skin clean and conditioned! A well-groomed horse leaves a lasting impression.

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - Response To Aids

Is your horse not responding to aids? Stumbling, not going forward, hollow back? Check for saddle fit issues.

Bob Avila: Elements of a Broke Horse How to Transition

In this video we get some special tips on how Bob takes care of his horses. This is a teaser from Bobs Video "Elements of A Broke Horse".

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - Are you a Woman Riding in a Saddle Made for a Man?

Many challenges are faced by female riders sitting in saddles that are essentially 'gender inappropriate'. Why are you experiencing those bouts of discomfort -- back...

Video: Emergency Stop Using a Pulley Rein

Watch this Certified Horsemanship Association video with Julie Goodnight demonstrating how to stop a horse with a pulley rein.

Mane 'n Tail Shine-On

A true shine: How to use Mane 'n Tail Shine-On from Straight Arrow

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - Reading the Sweat Pattern and Dry Spots

Sweat marks occur in areas where there is friction and air circulation. Why do we see a sweat pattern where the saddle sits? The horse’s back actually has only a...

How to Put Energy in the Lazy Horse

Is your horse dull and unresponsive to your leg aids? Charles demonstrates how to improve your forward cue for a better performance from your horse.

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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