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Book Review: John Blackburn’s Healthy Stables by Design

This book is at once a coffee table book of dream barns and a primer on how to build stables that are safer, healthier and cheaper to maintain. | MORE


Book Review: Timber Ridge Riders Series for Readers 9-13

A book review by Editor Dale Leatherman. | MORE


Gymnastic Exercise to Soften Your Horse’s Jaw

Soften your horse's jaw to start controlling his bend and the balance in his shoulders in this gymnastic exercise from Leslie Webb's book Build a Better Athlete! | MORE


The Greatest: True Accounts of the Old West

For insight into authentic cowboy culture, these five reads offer true accounts of the Old West. They're musts for the cowboy library. | MORE


Webinar: Allan Hamilton and “Zen Mind, Zen Horse”

Watch the MyHorse Daily webinar with Dr. Allan Hamilton, author of "Zen Mind, Zen Horse." | MORE


Horse Training: Books for Your Library

Building a training library? Here are a few books to add to your 'must-have' list. Rider's Mind Zen Mind Zen Horse: The Science and Spirituality of Working With | MORE


Control Your Energy for Show-Day Success

Assess and adjust your energy level—­instead of letting it ­control you—for a ­better ­performance. | MORE


Horse Rehabilitation Tips

Experts and riders share their best treatments to get a horse back to work in this excerpt of Chapter 5 from the book Back to Work. | MORE


Warm Up Exercises for Equestrians

You know it’s important to get your horse limber for a training session. Your own preparation, however, is just as crucial. Learn three specific warm-up exercises for equestrians and five exercises to reduce stress in this excerpt adapted from the new book Rider Fitness: Body and Brain. | MORE


Safe Habits and Protective Gear for Horseback Riding

Boost your confidence and safety while horseback riding with these protective gear tips and good habits from The Smart Woman’s Guide to Midlife Horses. | MORE

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