Whether caused by high spirits, discomfort or just too much energy, bucking can rattle (or injure) the rider and disrupt training sessions.
If you find yourself a bit wobbly in the saddle or achy after rides, here are some exercises to strengthen the core, legs and upper body.
Shake up your boring indoor routine this winter with some interesting tests to improve balance, form and confidence.
For dressage rider Jill Irving, the goal of representing Canada at the Olympics means keeping herself – and her team – strong and healthy.
The respected rider and coach discusses the importance of evolving, applying what works in other sports, and even how to learn from losing.
Find out how these brave riders fare under Randy's critical eye as he praises good form over fences and offers tips on how to correct flaws.
The Fox Hollow program teaches future show horses how to handle pretty much anything through gradual exposure to scary stimuli.
FEI 4* judge Brenda Minor shares her view from the judge's booth and what she wishes riders would do ‒ and avoid doing.
The two-time Olympian uses a creative approach to help develop the uphill balance needed in dressage horses.
Part 3 of an excerpt from "Dressage Between the Jumps: The Secret to Improving Your Horse’s Performance Over Fences" examines the canter.