Lesley Grant-Law ponders that question after witnessing young riders with no clue about the basics of horsemanship or training.
We commonly think of 'overfacing' being associated with jumps that are too big – but it is symbolic for all kinds of challenges.
The revised program has graduated 500% more coaches in the last two years than the previous 10 - thanks to Ruth Allum.
The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program is in its second year of preparing participants for equine jobs – for free.
In this excerpt from the new book by Ann Katrin Querbach, creative ways to set up pole grids and the challenge they present to horses are examined.
Cattle sorting clinics are becoming more popular at hunter/jumper facilities, focusing on cows to help riders and horses build confidence.
How to distinguish this collecting exercise from a leg yield, how to ride it correctly - and a couple of helpful tips.
More than just cantering around on the “wrong” lead, counter-canter is used as a strengthening, balancing, and straightening exercise.
This exclusive excerpt from Christian Baier's new book "Arena Tracks" focuses on a couple of simple patterns to improve accuracy and rhythm.
Too little, too much, just right. What does the 'right' amount of contact feel like, and how do you achieve it consistently?