Bitless bridles have been shown to solve behavioural issues such as head shaking, bridle lameness, napping, rearing, and anxiety.
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The winter months are a great time to go back to basics if your horse has been displaying resistance, tension, imbalance or behavioural issues.
Here are some easy exercises you can do in the arena or even out on the trails to make your horse a more balanced, comfortable mount.
If your horse takes choppy steps, has tension in the mouth, neck and back, and is resistant to the aids, these exercises can help.
These patient, systematic training steps will help your horse become comfortable around unfamiliar objects, sounds and situations.
There are lots of training methods in the horse world but not all incorporate current science-based research into how horses' minds work.
If your horse tends to drag his feet in the ring or on the trail, here are some groundwork exercises that will help him step lively.
Riding a strung-out or 'downhill' horse is neither fun nor comfortable; here are some exercises to activate the hindquarters, core and back.
Before you hit the trails with a gang of friends for the first time, make sure you and your horse are mentally and physically prepared.