Trainer and clinician Lorie Duff offers some tips to decipher why your horse reacts as he does, and an exercise to establish your space.
There are lots of training methods in the horse world but not all incorporate current science-based research into how horses' minds work.
His BC horse sanctuary was born of his own fear of horses; now he teaches others to earn the respect and trust of rescues and wildies.
If your horse tends to drag his feet in the ring or on the trail, here are some groundwork exercises that will help him step lively.
Riding a strung-out or 'downhill' horse is neither fun nor comfortable; here are some exercises to activate the hindquarters, core and back.
Does your horse's 'go' button get stuck? Trainer Lindsay Grice offers some solutions to get back on track and moving forward.
Before you hit the trails with a gang of friends for the first time, make sure you and your horse are mentally and physically prepared.
Some tips to help you organize, train, de-stress, embrace the challenge, and appreciate the small victories.
In part one of our new 'Senior Series', Dr. Kate Robinson answers questions about bringing an older equine back after a layoff.
Get ready for show season and have fun with your horse while you improve skills.
Understanding about what humans consider to be unwanted behaviours that are actually natural behaviours for horses.
Whether you have a horse-related background or are a complete newbie, the OEEEP can help you get training and find employment.
Horse agility is a fun way to create and enhance a positive and trusting relationship between horse and handler.
To build a positive partnership and increase your horse’s trust in you, systematic desensitization is the way to go.
Visualisation allows you to run through skills or situations multiple times in your mind to build confidence and avoid drilling your horse.