Horses face enormous changes over their lives and Andrea Harrison is filled with admiration and gratitude for the way they accept it.
Arguably, far more than sliced bread, the development of the horse shoe has had a dramatic effect on human civilization. Learn how they evolved over time.
With his signature wit, Doug Breen offers spring cleaning tips for getting your horse farm into shape so it can look it’s best once the snow melts.
Find out which angle is ideal for a horse’s coffin bones, in order to provide the best distribution of load forces when the horse is in motion.
Rider imbalances, such as body asymmetry, can affect the way the horse feels and moves. Find out how physiotherapy can help you be a better rider.
The horse show warm up ring is not for the faint of heart, particularly if you mostly train alone or in a small group. Learn how to make the most of it.
Teaching your horse to come when you call is not only a practical tool, it’s a fun ‘trick’ you can show off when your horse is at liberty.
Being nervous to ride your horse sometimes is normal, but what can you do to get past it? Anne Gage offers advice on regaining your confidence.
Josh Nichol discusses the power of “intention” in horse training, and why it’s so important to be clear about what you want from, and for, your horse.
EMDR Therapy (Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy) can help equestrians recover mentally from riding accidents and other scares.