Barging behaviour is sometimes about space – whoever owns the space and can move another horse out of that space determines the herd hierarchy.
Leading a large, anxious, excitable flight animal that outweighs you by 800-1,000 pounds can be a nerve rattling situation and it can also become dangerous.
Anne Gage explains that when done correctly, lunging can improve posture, suppleness and balance.
Anne Gage offers advice on helping spooky horses handle scary situations.
Anne Gage explains how to get the most out of your horse’s lunging time, focusing on contact, true bend and quality transitions.
Trainers Anne Gage and Lindsay Grice discuss the possible causes and offer advice on how to eliminate the unwanted behaviour of bucking.
In order to fix resistance issues in your horse, you must become a detective, in order to discover the cause of the problem.
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.
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.
If you are getting lazy gaits, sloppy transitions and unbalanced turns, your horse may be lacking impulsion. Here is how to develop it correctly.
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
B.C. Wild Horses Featured in The Wild Ones T.V. Series
New Series and Summits Initiative being introduced by EC in 2020