Rebecca Howard shares some tried-and-true strategies that will help you ride safely and effectively cross-country.
Piaffe is a highly collected, cadenced, elevated diagonal movement giving the impression of remaining in place. The horse’s back is supple and elastic.
The science behind competition coaching, and how modern teaching methods can better simulate the pressures and choices riders have to make in the ring.
With so many options, it’s easy to get overwhelmed that’s why it’s important to be realistic about your needs in order to make smart equipment purchases.
With summer at its peak, now is the perfect time to get out of the arena and head out onto the trail. The great outdoors provides the ideal setting for a well-deserved mental break and gives your horse an opportunity to move freely – in theory, any
Born with the progressive muscle-wasting disease familial spastic paraplegia, Rebecca Hart found “normalcy” and freedom of movement on horseback.
Do you struggle to maintain your seat, and find yourself crooked in the saddle? Learn how to identify and correct asymmetry in your body to fix it.
Shannon Dueck explains how to use your body properly through both physical and mental exercises in order to ride the sitting trot comfortably.