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De-Spooking from the Ground

Armin Arnoldt suggests ways to overcome spookiness and replace it with calm curiosity....

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Improving Hind Legs Over Fences with Mac Cone

Canadian show jumper Mac Cone was born in Memphis, TN, married Brenley Carpenter in 1974 and moved to Canada in 1979. He is the only rider to have ridden on both the Canadian and US national teams. He and the Dutch Warmblood gelding Ole were part of ...

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Horsemanship Basics with Josh Nichol

Solve common training issues using Josh Nichol’s style of horsemanship....

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Swim to Win

While nothing can replace on-track training, more and more horsemen are utilizing swimming as a fitness tool for their horses. ...

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Give Your Horse a Turning Tune-Up

Try Anne Gage's six steps to smoother corners....

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Setting the Cross-Country Pace

One of the keys to successful cross-country riding is having a sense for pace and completing as close as possible to optimum time. ...

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Resisting the Lure of the In-Gate

One of the most difficult behavioural vices with which to deal in a show horse is in-gate sourness....

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Top Exercises for Self-Carriage

Top dressage coach and competitor Wendy Christoff explains self-carriage and how it is the key to harmony and balance....

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Boost Willingness & Create Softness

Try Steve Rother’s 50/50 drill designed to help your horse be a soft and willing partner....

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Improving the Consistency and Correctness of Your Aids with Wendy Christoff

During the recent Dressage Canada Performance Advantage Symposium, six-time Olympian Christilot Boylen reminded riders and spectators of her long-time trademark philosophy: 'Practice doesn't make perfect; perfect practice makes perfect.'...

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