The Horse Riding Confidence Coach identifies three common rider position errors and provides solutions to correct each of them.
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How you feel mentally affects the results you’ll have when you’re in the saddle - mindset is the magic ingredient for successful, happy riders.
Being nervous to ride your horse sometimes is normal, but what can you do to get past it? Anne Gage offers advice on regaining your confidence.
Trainer Anne Gage says teaching a horse to jump, especially if he is young or green, can be unpredictable. Here, she offers some advice on getting started.
Does your horse constantly sneak bites of greenery along the trail while you’re riding? Get tips on how to put a stop to this bad habit.
Find out why horses rush when they back off trailers, and how to retrain them to make trailer loading and unloading a more positive experience.
A bouncy, unstable sitting trot is not only uncomfortable, it’s also hard on both your and your horse’s joints, spine and back muscles.
If your horse won't stay still to be bridled, and physical pain has been ruled out, try positive reinforcement to teach him to lower his head and be still.
If your horse isn’t picking up his feet, the first thing to figure out is why. Reasons include lack of, or improper training, fear, pain or discomfort.
If you are getting lazy gaits, sloppy transitions and unbalanced turns, your horse may be lacking impulsion. Here is how to develop it correctly.