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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.

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.

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.

How to Size and Apply Sports Medicine Boots

In this how-to video from Professional's Choice learn to correctly size and apply Sports Medicine Boots on your horse to ensure optimum protection and support under...

On the Trail with Charles Wilhelm

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

Grooming For Competition With ShowSheen - Finishing Touches

Grooming for competition with ShowSheen - Finishing Touches with Absorbine

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - How is a Saddle Custom Made for the Rider?

True ‘custom’ saddles are customized in the tree (structural chassis) of the saddle.  Consider these criteria for achieving optimal fit to the rider....

TTouch and Feldenkrais Method for Horseback Riders Preview

Ttouch for Your Students: As a Ttouch and Feldenkrais practitioner, Pamela Beets brings Linda Tellington-Jones' Ttouch techniques to a practical level, teaching...

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...

Maintaining the Older Horse

The keys to a long, productive life for your older horse are good nutrition and conditioning. Charles shares how to keep your aging horse active in their later years.

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 1 - Balance

Center of saddle should be parallel to the floor on the horse's back...

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