Most of these training issues can be resolved by going back to basics and establishing relaxation and balance through correct bend.
Improve your position and develop an independent seat.
Find out the meaning of "putting your horse in a frame" and how to achieve correct posture under saddle.
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 gro
Teach your horse to stand calmly whenever and wherever he is tied.
Hands that are light, quiet and soft enhance the horse's balance, suppleness and way of carrying himself by supporting the direction given by the rider.
Struggling to get your horse to respond to your aids? The problem might not be what you're asking, but when.
Anne Gage explains the true meaning of collection, how to achieve it, and why it's so important to your horse's progression.
Hundreds of years of domestication have not erased the fear and stress of separation from the herd that is ingrained into the amygdale.
Your horse should display passive body language and easily move out of your way when asked. This article will look at why food-related aggression develops.
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