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Smooth Canter Departure with Josh Nichol

Josh Nichol shares tips on achieving a smooth canter departure, focussing not on speed but impulsion. ...

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Perfecting The Inside Turn with Erynn Ballard

A well-executed inside turn is a sophisticated skill and a show of a rider’s ability, balance, and timing....

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Off-Season Overhaul with Erynn Ballard

Use the winter months to take stock of where you're at and correct all those bad habits you picked up over the summer show season....

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Ask the Judge: the walk, large classes, pulled shoes and more

Randy Roy is a senior international judge, course designer and author. He owns and operates Hunters Glen Show Stable in King, ON, with his daughter, Ryan Roy. ...

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Bombproof Your Horse Part 2: Lunging and Long-Lining

Find out how lunging or long-lining your horse over or near obstacles can aid in the bombproofing process. ...

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Softness From Ground To Saddle with Josh Nichol

Trainer and clinician Josh Nichol shares his advice on building better flow between you and your horse as you learn to transition your leadership from the ground into the saddle....

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How to Keep Circles on Track

Lindsay Grice describes how to keep your circles on track....

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Unlocking Inversion

How to release and round the hollow-backed horse....

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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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Rocking the Jog

The western jog should be an even, balanced and comfortable two-beat gait. ...

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