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Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 5 - Billet Alignment

The saddle's billets should hang perpendicular to the ground so that the girth is not angled (forwardwards or backwards) and is allowed to be positioned properly. The...

Video: Introduction to Laminitis from the Animal Health Foundation

In this video, Dr. Donald Walsh, DVM, founder of the Foundation and a practicing veterinarian who specializes in laminitis and founder, introduces you to this educational...

Preparing for Trail Obstacles

Charles demonstrates some exercises you can practice at home to prepare for trail obstacles - including navigating hills and crossing bridges.

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.

Handling the Spooking Horse

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

Weaver Leather Miracle Collar

MyHorse.com takes a look at Weaver Leather's Miracle Collar. Learn how this great product can curb your horse's cribbing habit.

Corona Horse Care

Corona products have been working wonders on skin problems since 1906. That was the year farmers discovered Corona Ointment, a lanolin-rich formula that helped heal their...

WeatherBeeta Breast Cancer Ribbon Blankets

In partnership with the American Breast Cancer Foundation, WeatherBeeta launched this special limited-edition breast cancer ribbon blanket for 2015.

Stirrup Driving Your Young Horse

Teach your colt to accept the feel of a saddle in motion to avoid getting bucked off later.

How to tie a Clinician Halter

The Professional's Choice team shows you the benefits of using a clinician halter in groundwork training and how to correctly tie the halter to maximaize effectiveness.

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - Traumatizing Your Horse?

The physical signs of saddle fit trauma are more easily apparent than the psychological signs. Signs that your horse is in pain include head tossing, bucking, stumbling,...

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