Lindsay Grice

Articles by Lindsay Grice - 26 results

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How to Transition from Snaffle to Curb Bit

Lindsay Grice encourages students to ride with one hand when using a curb bit, which is any bit that operates on the principle of leverage.

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How to Teach a Winning Stop

Lindsay Grice explains how to perfect the halt.

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How to Set Your Horse’s Feet

Control of a horse’s feet without having to handle them will come in handy for vet work, photos or even stepping your horse off the hose during bath time.

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How to Memorize a Show Pattern

Lindsay Grice shares tips for remembering riding patterns for all types of learners.

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How to Navigate a Trail Gate

Lindsay Grice explains how to navigate a trail gate, an obstacle seen in competitive trail and other games.

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How to Use Spurs Effectively

Learn how to use spurs properly to refine your leg aids.

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How to Keep Circles on Track

Lindsay Grice describes how to keep your circles on track.

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How To Teach Back Up

Lindsay Grice shares tips for achieving a resistance-free back up, an often overlooked component to a smooth ride.

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Artificial Aids: Supports or Shortcuts?

Trainer and judge, Lindsay Grice, explains how to use artificial aids, and how to not abuse them.

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How to Neck Rein with Finesse

Initially trained to speak “direct rein”, as the horse advances in education you’ll begin to communicate with a curb bit and introduce pressure on the neck.