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.
Lindsay Grice explains how to perfect the halt.
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.
Lindsay Grice shares tips for remembering riding patterns for all types of learners.
Lindsay Grice explains how to navigate a trail gate, an obstacle seen in competitive trail and other games.
Learn how to use spurs properly to refine your leg aids.
Lindsay Grice describes how to keep your circles on track.
Lindsay Grice shares tips for achieving a resistance-free back up, an often overlooked component to a smooth ride.
Trainer and judge, Lindsay Grice, explains how to use artificial aids, and how to not abuse them.
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.
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