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Stirrups Designed with Safety and Comfort in Mind

This collection of modern, ergonomically-designed stirrups for horseback riders combine safety with style and comfort, and many more cool features.

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Fixes for Common Rider Position Flaws Over Fences

There’s a lot to think about when you’re preparing to take a jump with your horse. Here are five tips to help fix five common rider position mistakes.

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In-Saddle Warmup Stretches for Horseback Riders

Typically, riders do their own warmups before they mount up, but in this article, we have three in-saddle stretches to improve your core and stability.

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Three Body Control Exercises for Show Jumping Riders

A rider’s position over fences is paramount to allow the horse to perform to its best ability. Try these exercises to develop better body control.

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German Dressage Rider Christoph Koschel Took an Alternative Path

He had the talent to become a dressage superstar, but Germany’s Christoph Koschel made a choice to build his dreams another way, and is now a top trainer.

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Canadian Eventer Dana Cooke is Going Full Steam Ahead

British Columbia-native Dana Cooke is a new face on the Canadian Eventing Team, who helped them win a bronze medal at the 2019 Pan Am Games.

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Careers in the Horse Biz: Independent Tack Shop Owner

Every horse owner’s favourite destination (next to the barn, of course!) is the local tack shop. Many of us have even fantasized about opening our own.

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A Look at Estate Planning and Tax Laws Related to Horse Farms

We examine two hypothetical circumstances in which a farm owner wishes to transfer their land to their children, including the pros and cons of doing so.

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Exploring the Ethics and Legalities of Trimming Horses’ Whiskers

Equine psychologist Antonia Henderson, Ph.D., discusses why horses need their whiskers, even if having them means looking less polished in the show ring.

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Reduce Recurrent Laryngeal Hemiplegia (aka Roaring) in Horses

‘Roaring’ is a degenerative upper-airway condition in horses. Find out what causes it, how it affects performance and how to treat it.