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Calming Products: The Kinder Alternative?

There are good reasons for trying to reduce equine stress levels. Learn which products are available to do so. ...

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A Natural Look At Horsemanship (part 1 of 4)

If you were a horse, what kind of rider would you want? What kind of attitude, feel, timing, balance, savvy and experience....

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It Starts with Trust, Obedience and Respect

Meet Carlos Tabernaberri, whose approach to horsemanship will help you become the kind of leader your horse wants to follow....

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Managing The Stall Rest Sentence

Equine psychologist Antonia Henderson examines the psychological impact for horses on lengthy stall rest, and what can be done to reduce the stress level and even turn the “sentence” into something beneficial....

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The Educated Hand with Lindy Townley

Achieving an educated hand could be construed as the most difficult of all the lessons to learn as a rider. ...

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Speed Control for Eventers with Michele Mueller

There are few greater thrills than galloping around a cross-country course - but an out-of-control horse is anything but a thrill to ride and poses a danger to itself and its rider. Successful eventing requires speed, but with complete control....

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How to Improve Your Test Scores Part 1

Former international competitor and FEI judge Lorraine MacDonald offers tips to correct common, costly errors....

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Indoor Eventing Strategies with Waylon Roberts

When it comes to the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair's exciting indoor eventing competition, rider Waylon Roberts has proven to be master of the game, winning the championship six times in seven years....

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Creating a More Responsive Dressage Horse

Karen Pavicic believes that responsiveness should be insisted on during every schooling session, regardless of your discipline or level. She offers tips for both “hot” and “lazy” horses....

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Introducing Saddle and Bridle

Introducing youngsters to tack should just be part of the natural progression of training. Properly prepared, a two-year-old should take the experience in stride. Armin Arnoldt of Dreamscape Farm describes the early steps which should be accomplished...

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