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Saddle Fitting Tip: Where Exactly Should My Saddle Sit?

There are a lot of opinions out there where exactly a saddle should sit correctly, and it may depend somewhat on the discipline you are riding in, the fact remains that...

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.

The Nutritional Impact of Hay Quality

How-To Bridle a Horse Video by the Certified Horsemanship Association

Produced by Certified Horsemanship Association, this short video features nationally known natural horsemanship trainer Julie Goodnight demonstrating how to safely bridle...

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...

Charles Wilhelm shares tips for lunging your horse

Charles Wilhelm shares tips for lunging your horse.

Mach III by Fast Back Ropes

The Mach III head rope was originally designed for Speed Williams. The rope is small, fast, and has lots of body. Learn more about the Mach III from Fast Back Rope's Al...

Charles Wilhelm Demonstrates the Benefits of Lunging Over Poles

Don't have time to ride? You can still use this effective groundwork exercise to engage your horse mentally and physically.

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - Wither Clearance and the Developing Horse

This month Jochen talks about Saddle Fit and the Developing Horse.

How-to: Braid a Tail Bun

Learn how to put your horse's tail up in a bun for wintertime.

Desensitizing your horse's legs, feet, and face

Charles Wilhelm shows the basics of desensitizing your horse's legs, feet and face.

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