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.
Riders and auditors at Robert Dover’s EC symposium at Caledon Equestrian Park came away with quotable quotes to draw on at times when training gets tough.
Trainer, clinician, and Canadian Show Jumping Team veteran Jay Duke has a knack for putting together exercises that bring out the best in horse and rider.
Find out how these 6 brave riders fare under the critical eye of judge Randy Roy, who praises good form over fences and explains how to correct flaws.
Recently, the study of “swirlology” has come to the forefront of analyzing facial hair whorls and forelimb preference and other traits in horses.
Getting a horse “on the bit” is a result of a kind and consistent hand, and influencing the body, which in turn creates the desired neck/head carriage.
Hugh Graham, who went from rodeo champ to show jumping champ in his busy career, shares two easy exercises that can help you find the distance to the jumps.
Trainer Anne Gage shares tips for how to overcome fear and anxiety about riding your horse after a fall or other scare, and become a confident rider again.
Chris von Martels specializes in finding and developing top dressage prospects. Here, he outlines what he looks for and how he tailors his training.
If done correctly, gymnastics target specific muscle groups to increase a show jumper’s athletic ability: strength, flexibility, agility and coordination.