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Train Your Horse Not to Kick Out at Other Horses on Trail

Does your horse kick out at other horses when they come close on a trail ride, or in the arena? Try these tips from trainer Jason Irwin.

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The Dangers of Ticks and Lyme Disease in Horses

Riding in forests and long grass leaves you and your horse vulnerable to ticks. Find out how to deal with them, and reduce the risk of Lyme disease.

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Self-Carriage: Flexing the Poll is a Key to Good Balance

Part 3 of Josh Nichol’s series on achieving self-carriage looks at how flexion at the horse’s poll is the key to balance and softness.

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Bringing Water to Your Horse Paddocks

Keeping horses hydrated can be a challenge, between hot summers and sub-arctic winters. Find out the best way to get fresh water to your paddocks.

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What Does the Future Hold for the Sport of Eventing?

Horse Sport looks at the important issues facing the equestrian discipline of eventing, and what the sport might look like going forward.

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Become a More Confident Rider in and Out of the Ring

Having confidence is about more than just believing in yourself. Learn how to make a plan and stick to it, so that you feel prepared and capable as a rider.

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Eventer Lesley Grant-Law is Full of Blonde Ambition

Canadian eventer Lesley Grant-Law aspires to ride great horses, run a successful business through Law Eventing and raise a happy family.

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British Eventer Piggy French’s Long Road to Stardom

Recently, Great Britain’s Georgina ‘Piggy’ French won her first-ever five-star event after 25 attempts, and a decade competing in the sport.

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How to Ride Correctly and Effectively from Your Seat

Lesley Grant-Law on the correct and effective use of the seat with Christilot Boylen (dressage), George Morris (hunter/jumper) and Leslie Law (eventing).

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Noseband Science: How Tight is Too Tight for Your Horse?

The rules on how tight a horse’s noseband should be in equestrian sports are unclear, but research is showing that they need to be loosened.