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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...

Trophies Unveiled for 2010 World Equestrian Games

July 22, 2010 -- The trophies and medals for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games will showcase the bluegrass area.

Ultimate Four by Fast Back Ropes

Ultimate Four is a four-strand, lightweight head rope. Clay Tryan gave his input on this small, very fast rope. Find out more about the Ultimate Four rope by Al Benson of...

A Show Jumper Goes Reining: Part II

Read Philip's account of his first days at the Cowboy Capital Classic here. While I have a lot of material to cover concerning the last two days of showing, the...

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip - 15 Factors Affecting Saddle Fit!

Jochen Schleese explains why he wrote his book "Suffering in Silence" and speaks about his Professional background.

Video: Chronic Laminitis and Founder

In this video from the Animal Health Foundation, Dr. Walsh explains chronic laminitis and current methods of hoof mechanics to support damaged feet. He explains abnormal...

Jochen Schleese Saddle Fitting Tip 4 - Full Panel Contact

The panel should touch the horse's back evenly all the way from front to back. Some panels may be off the back end to allow the back to come up during engagement.

Mane 'n Tail Mineral Ice

How to use: Mane 'n Tail Mineral Ice from Straight Arrow

Training the Therapy Horse

Not every horse is cut out to be a therapy horse. Charles and SonRise Equestrian Foundation executive director Alana Koski discuss key aspects of training a therapy horse...

How to Back Up Your Horse

My horse wont back up! Charles Wilhelm shows how to teach your horse how to back up.

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

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

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