COVID-19 and its resulting dearth of competition opportunities has led to the resurgence and increased popularity of the online horse show.
Find out how these five brave riders fare under judge Randy's critical eye, who praises good form over fences and offers tips on how to correct flaws.
You don't need a lot of equipment - or a lot of time - to get the maximum results from this basic but effective jumping pattern.
Well-known US dressage rider, judge, and freestyle choreographer Sandra Beaulieu offers tips to boost your technical and artistic marks.
This exclusive excerpt is from Canadian coach Jen Marsden Hamilton's new book 'Stride Control: Exercises to Improve Rideability, Adjustability and Performance'
The London Knights won the 2019 Longines Global Champions League, so Emily Moffit and Ben Maher are the ideal riders to provide some jumping tips.
If your horse has been languishing in the paddock for a few weeks or months, you need a safe, comprehensive plan to get him fighting fit.
Show jumping veteran explains how you can get a lot of mileage out of two voice commands ‒ whoa and go ‒ by executing them properly.
Dressage rider and coach Janine Little offers a 10-week program for safely getting your horse fit following the long and unscheduled break in training.
Virtual coaching is an increasingly popular way for coaches to teach remotely - and for riders to have access to training from the best in the world.