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5 Qualities of the Coachable Athlete

How to be a successful equestrian student. ...

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Finding Frame

Find out the meaning of "putting your horse in a frame" and how to achieve correct posture under saddle. ...

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Game 1: The Friendly Game

This is a first in a series examining the Seven Games and their role in establishing leadership as well as building a language between you and a horse...any horse...

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Creating Calmness and Rhythm

Carlos Tabernaberri explains how to instil a feeling of calm in your horse, leading to willingness and rhythm under saddle....

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Building a Better Piaffe

Grand prix rider, trainer, and coach Jeremy Steinberg has two pieces of advice before you try to master the piaffe: take a high school physics class and read the FEI rule book....

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How Can I Cure “Girthiness?”

Trainer Lindsay Grice helps make tightening your horse's girth or cinch a more pleasant experience. ...

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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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Grooming is Ground Work

More than just a chore, grooming plays an important role in how your horse feels about you and the time you spend together - both on the ground and in the saddle. ...

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Training with Josh Nichol: From the Ground Up – Mounting Block 101

Make mounting simple and set the tone for a good ride, with lessons from Josh Nichol. ...

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Riding Bending Lines with Jenn Serek

There are three different approaches to riding a bending line: the direct track, the natural track, and the outside track. Which track you choose really depends on a great number of variables. ...

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