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Video: How to Do An Emergency Dismount

Watch this video from the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) on how to do an emergency dismount.

How to begin round penning a young horse

Charles Wilhelm shows how to start a young horse in the round pen, the equipment to use and some basic exercises.

Trail Riding in Great National Parks

Darley Newman of Equitrekking rides with Doug Smith, owner of Pony Express Tours, in the Haleakala Crater in Maui's Haleakala National Park | Photo by Chip...

Ovation Classic Bridlework

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,...

Webinar: Laminitis Lessons with Don Walsh, DVM

Watch a webinar on lamintis presented by equine laminitis specialist Don Walsh, DVM. Don Walsh, a equine lamintis specialist, presented useful information to help horse...

Grooming For Competition With ShowSheen - Clipping

Perfect a beautiful, clean trim for show-day: Grooming for competition with ShowSheen - Clipping from Absorbine

How to Properly Fit and Adjust a Halter

Charles Wilhelm shows how to properly fit and adjust a halter, and the difference between a rope halter and a web halter.

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 9 - Saddle Tree Width

The tree width should be wide enough for the saddle to fit when the horse is in movement.

Moving Both Ends of a Colt

Watch as Clinton Anderson shows you how to get both ends of your colt moving during your first ride.

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...

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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