Anne Gage

Articles by Anne Gage - 47 results

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Training

Getting Some ‘Go Go’ in Your ‘No Go’ Horse

Anne Gage shares fixes for common riding errors that block horses' natural movement.

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Training

How to Halt the Horse That Won’t Stop

The halt is the most important and often most difficult transition for riders to perform well. Here Anne Gage explains how to improve halt transitions.

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How to Warm-Up for a Better Ride

Anne Gage shares simple tips for making the most out of your pre-ride warm-up.

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Training

How to Achieve Balanced Turns

Anne Gage shares tips on how to help your horse take turns with confidence.

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Health

How to Cool Down your Horse

All good athletes - even amateur ones - include a cool down as part of every exercise session to avoid injury, strain or sore muscles.

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Feeding Time: Transform Frenzied to Friendly

Make feeding time stress-free by using leadership techniques and removing risk factors.

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Reconsidering the Round Pen

Don’t be fooled, it’s not a magical space. The round pen is a training aid that should be used with caution, experience and understanding.

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Slow Down the Rushing Horse

Anne Gage shares solutions for dealing with a horse that is always in a hurry.

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How to Find a Jumping Distance

Anne Gage shares the secret to taking off at the right place.

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Training

Give Your Horse Power Steering

Improve your horse's handling with Anne Gage's five steps to better steering.