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.
Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing, according to Hugh Graham. He shares ways to put the pedal to the metal and leave all the sticks up.
The long-standing dispute regarding the automatic vs. the crest release has been quietly simmering for decades. Three pros weigh in.
Traditionally required in FEI tests, the double bridle has been an integral piece of equipment at the upper levels ‒ but will that change?
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.
There is nothing more frustrating in show jumping than jumping a nice clear round, but missing the time allowed by a fraction of a second.
Wherever the horse’s shoulder is going, that’s where you will be going. Being in total control of the shoulder is a huge asset to being competitive.