Hugh Graham offers advice for stress-free loading and unloading so that you can get to your destination on time and in one piece!
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.
Show jumping veteran explains how you can get a lot of mileage out of two voice commands ‒ whoa and go ‒ by executing them properly.
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.
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.