Josh Nichol explains how achieving that goal requires you to make a sincere effort to meet your horse's needs, not just fulfill your own.
Chloe Phillips-Harris, eventer and Mongol Derby veteran, started the Wild Horse Project to show people how to earn their confidence and trust.
Trainer Josh Nichol helps you understand the spectrum of pressure and what to do in specific moments when horses feel overwhelmed.
Horse owners with dogs envision blissful hacks in the countryside. However, an untrained pooch could head for the hills; here's how to prevent that.
If you’re not happy with your progress or your relationship it might be time to consider a change; here's how to move on the most painless way possible.
The Horse Riding Confidence Coach identifies three common rider position errors and provides solutions to correct each of them.
Try your hand at this exciting and inclusive discipline that is quickly gaining popularity in North America, South America and Europe.
Biomechanics expert Dr. Hilary Clayton shares some cautions and considerations as we (finally!) head back to the barn to work our horses.
At first it seemed sacrilegious to place a western saddle on my Dutch Warmblood, but the desire to return to my “roots” had been building for a long time…
It’s rare for a new discipline to emerge on the equestrian scene, but for the past few years the sport of Western Dressage has grown in popularity.
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.
Josh Nichol discusses the importance of discovering your strengths and weaknesses as a horseman, in order to become a good leader for your horse.