Denny Emerson explains how to guarantee success by beginning with tasks that are ridiculously easy and gradually building from there.
This exclusive excerpt from "What Horses Really Want" by Lynn Acton offers advice on how to be a considerate, comfortable, pleasant rider.
Has “flashy” become more important than correct in the dressage ring? It’s a heated 'classical or competition' argument among dressage fans.
Find out how these four brave riders fare under judge Randy's critical eye, who praises good form over fences and offers tips on how to correct flaws.
Hugh Graham offers advice for stress-free loading and unloading so that you can get to your destination on time and in one piece!
This simple, gentle back stretch is easy to master, aligns the spine to release the core and stretch the back - plus your horse will love it!
Coaches inspire and nurture the next generation of equestrians making them the most important influencers in the industry.
Combinations challenge a horse’s balance, agility, and confidence; these exercises will build skill, ability, and concentration in both horse and rider.
Working with horses is rewarding, but you need to be aware of the dangers to both horse and rider - whether at home or at the show.
COVID-19 and its resulting dearth of competition opportunities has led to the resurgence and increased popularity of the online horse show.