Do you cruise on autopilot, tend to be judgy, or aren't tuned in to your horse? It is not that uncommon - and here's how to fix it.
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In part 2 of 'Building a More Confident You' we look at how being nice to yourself can actually help develop resiliency as a rider.
Part 1 of a 2-part series deals with the perceived power a person holds to affect situations, which plays a significant role in performance.
Riders have learned in the past year and a half that attaching goals to horse shows is risky business and can cause anger and despair.
Researchers are accumulating evidence that perfectionism is actually dual-natured, with positive and negative aspects.
The pandemic has left us in a state of suspension with a profound loss of motivation as the show season is up in the air. How can a rider get their mojo back?
How to tame your reactionary 'lizard brain' during stressful times and get your more rational 'thinking brain' online again.
It’s normal for riders to experience some anxiety before a horse show, but too much anxiety can derail your performance. Here are five ways to de-stress.
A look at the pros and cons of social media for equestrians, and tips for managing your accounts to maintain a healthy relationship with the medium.
Psychologist April Clay lists the top five qualities of a great equestrian student, with the attitude, self-control and work ethic to succeed.