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The Power of Knowledge

Decades of training experience and years of development from a dedicated group of knowledgeable horsemen have come together in the USHJA's Trainer Certification Program....

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Riding Dressage and the Big O(uch)!

For most of us, it is an unavoidable initiation into the sport of dressage. Sitting trot hurts. ...

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5 Fave Fixes

Most common riding problems aren't insurmountable if you have the right fixes....

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Slow Down the Rushing Horse

Anne Gage shares solutions for dealing with a horse that is always in a hurry....

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Developing Straightness with Josh Nichol

It doesn’t matter if you and your horse run barrels, compete in cross-country or if you simply enjoy the idea of a trail ride; wherever you’re headed, it is always nice to get there in a relatively straight line....

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An Investigative Look at the Science Behind Natural Horsemanship

A psychologist with a specialty in learning theory and equine psychology and behaviour explores the methods of three of the greats of this movement (Monty Roberts, Pat Parelli and John Lyons) and explains what the research tells us about their claims...

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Improving the Quality of the Canter with Diana Burnett

While a strong gallop eats up the cross-country course, a quality canter is imperative to score good dressage marks and have the rhythm and balance needed for stadium jumping. ...

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Catch and Release

Armin Arnoldt of Dreamscape Farm in BC describes the methods he uses to avoid frustration and ensure safety....

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The Return of the Hunter Derby

The resurgence of the hunter derby in North America represents a return for show hunters to the style and brilliance reminiscent of traditional field hunters....

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Ask the Judge: black stirrups, breastplates, open mouths 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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