Does your horse's 'go' button get stuck? Trainer Lindsay Grice offers some solutions to get back on track and moving forward.
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The horse show warm up ring is not for the faint of heart, particularly if you mostly train alone or in a small group. Learn how to make the most of it.
Train your horse to confidently cross a bridge at home, starting by exposing them to a variety of scary things like plywood, a tarp, stall mat, or puddle.
The halt remains an often ignored component of training horses. Here are three reasons to tune your horse’s breaks, and ways to do it.
Instilling proper manners through groundwork adds to the everyday enjoyment of spending time with your equine partner. Learn how to do it safely.
Trainer Lindsay Grice explains why it’s important for horseback riders to keep their heels down in the stirrups, and how to maintain the position.
Do you find yourself getting nervous in the saddle, and gripping the reins with stiff arms? Get tips on how to relax and have lighter hands.
If you are getting lazy gaits, sloppy transitions and unbalanced turns, your horse may be lacking impulsion. Here is how to develop it correctly.
When a horse is gripped by fear, he is dangerous. Learn techniques to prevent your horse from bolting and how to perform an emergency stop.
A horse is rushing any time he goes faster than you want, or are comfortable with, and is difficult to slow down. For more information keep reading.