Hone your digi-pix skills with this guide from a top professional equine photographer.
Learn how accuracy can give you an advantage in the show ring.
Learn the right way to bridle your horse with these tips from the Certified Horsemanship Association; Julie Goodnight demonstrates.
A book by a medical doctor who is also a rider.
Roping for a living is definitely not for the faint hearted. No. 1, it takes a real deep love and desire for roping. Clay tells us what else it takes.
Grand Prix competitor George Williams' assistant, Rani Ulrich, shares her technique for applying polo wraps.
How do you give your horse oral medication if he won't eat it in his feed? Practical Horseman readers share their tips to help make "the medicine go down" when your horse won't cooperate.
Use this simple technique to make the medicine go down with minimum fuss or mess.
An experienced, licensed dressage judge explains how to become one yourself.
To help you keep your horses safely contained with electric fence, three diagrams explain correct wiring for gates and how to build a simple corner brace.
Former stunt rider Martha Cantarini reveals one of the tricks that 'will make people believe you talk to horses.'
When you suspect colic, you'll need to be able to give your horse's vital signs to your vet. We'll tell you how to gather this vital information.
Help a new horse settle in with the herd by taking some turnout precautions. By Joanne Meszoly for EQUUS magazine.
Dr. Janet Edgette advises a reader on how to overcome frustration when her horse's training isn't going well. From Practical Horseman magazine.
The Plains of the Dakotas are hardly considered a 'dressage hotbed' so you may be surprised about the growth of and excitement about dressage on the Northern Plains.
Here's how to safely apply a polo wrap, plus how to wash your wraps.
A step-by-steo guide to tying a quick-release knot.
A simple step by step guide to grooming a horse.
The everyday rider can build fun and exciting cross country fences at home using natural and natural-looking materials.
Does your saddle squeak? Saddle manufacturer Dan Woods offers two quick fixes for squeaking saddles.
Does your horse build speed as the schooling session continues? Dressage instructor Hania Curjel explains how to solve the problem.
Follow these simple tips for keeping unwanted stable pests at bay. From EQUUS magazine.
How much dewormer is safe for your foal will depend on his weight. Here's a simple way to estimate your foal's weight during his first 3 months of life. By Dr. Barb Crabbe for Horse & Rider magazine.
How to fireproof your horse barn, protect your horses and make sure you're ready for the worst. From the editors of Horse & Rider magazine.