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Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 7 - Saddle Straightness

A saddle should not fall off to one side when viewed from the front or back. Tree points should be positioned behind both scapuale (shoulder blades).

Weaver Leather Introduces New AirFlex Technology

Weaver Leather has just introduced its new AirFlex technology into a brand new cinch. This patented design features a unique state-of-the-art air-flow channel that...

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.

Grooming For Competition With ShowSheen - Finishing Touches

Grooming for competition with ShowSheen - Finishing Touches with Absorbine

Charles Wilhelm - Trailer Loading Part 2

Successful trailer loading depends on correct timing of pressure and release.

How-to: Braid a Tail Bun

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

West Nile Innovator from Zoetis

Protect your horse from West Nile this summer with West Nile Innovator

Weaver Leather Smart Cinch

MyHorse.com examines Smart Cinches developed by Weaver Leather.

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 - Unwanted Behaviors? Check for Saddle Pinching

The trapezius, the rhomboids and the spinales muscles all converge in your horse’s wither area. One could liken the withers area to a distributor cap since it...

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....

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