Long, limber muscles help prevent horseback riding injuries. Here are three pre-ride stretches from certified personal trainer Katie Mital. | MORE
Buying a saddle is probably the most important equine-related purchase you'll make, second only to selecting the right horse. A saddle is, after all, a substantial monetary investment, | MORE
Equitation, also called horsemanship, is often reserved for kids to develop their position-you know, 4-H classes and horse shows that test how straight a kid can sit in | MORE
Clint Surplus shows you how to teach your horse to accept leg
restrictions with little or no fuss.
A how-to guide for cleaning and maintaining the obvious (and
not-so-obvious) places on your horse that collect dirt.
One hundred trainers, one hundred feral mustangs, and one hundred days. The call came for horse trainers throughout the nation to test their skills in the first Extreme | MORE
Clinician Julie Goodnight tells you how to use pre-signals and
breathing techniques to improve your horse's transitions between
Driving Forward Teaching a horse to drive is fun, but it also carries risks. Seek the help of a driving professional throughout training. For now, forget the cart | MORE
What if, by feeling where and when your horse picks up his hooves and places them on the ground, you could better influence his body? It's not only | MORE
At some point, you'll probably want to crosstie your horse. Maybe you're installing a set of ties in your own barn, or you plan to haul your horse | MORE