When you are in the correct jumping position, you will go with the motion of your horse over a fence, instead of jumping ahead or being behind his movement.
Good riders not only have soft, quiet hands, they also have soft, quiet legs. These qualities come from an independent seat – the foundation of balance.
Anne Gage shares tips to how correctly execute the gait between canter and gallop.
Anne Gage offers tips for riding bending lines with balance, direction, rhythm and communication.
Assuming there is no physical problem (i.e. sore muscles, joints, chiropractic or tack fit issues, etc.), then there may be other reasons for the lead swap.
Horses of all disciplines and levels of training can benefit from stretching their necks and backs as a regular part of their training.
Trainer Anne Gage helps make bridling easier.
Trainer Anne Gage offers advice on teaching your horse to stand still for mounting.
Anne Gage outlines five steps for establishing a positive partnership with your horse.
When you go to get your horse, what does he usually do? Stoically stand still while you approach him? Ignore you? Look toward you? Look away from you?
Animal welfare expert discusses bits and breathing in horses
Texas university seeks to produce reliable data on CBD effects in equines
Colorado State U. breaks ground on Temple Grandin Equine Center
Once Bitten, Twice Shy? Not necessarily, according to survey
Equine Guelph’s Mare & Foal Care Tool a valuable resource
Equine Guelph’s Top Tips for Finding your Perfect Equine Partner
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