While a strong gallop eats up the cross-country course, a quality canter is imperative to score good dressage marks and have the rhythm and balance needed for stadium jumping.
Found 105 Results from Tracy Hanes
Building confidence in your horse starts from the ground up – and confidence is a must-have quality in an event horse. Learn how this is achieved.
There are few greater thrills than galloping around a cross-country course - but an out-of-control horse is anything but a thrill to ride and poses a danger to itself and its rider. Successful eventing requires speed, but with complete control.
Callie Evans has brought a little colour to the eventing world.
When it comes to the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair's exciting indoor eventing competition, rider Waylon Roberts has proven to be master of the game.
Canadian Eventing Team member Diana Burnett's early experiences on horseback involved accompanying her parents on field hunt meets, galloping over large expanses of rural terrain in spring or fall after a pack of foxhounds in full cry.
Some well-known coaches and competitors give us a peek inside their trailer, pointing out their special features and how they suit their particular needs.
Canadian team eventer Jessica Phoenix celebrated her Canada Day weekend by riding 10 horses and claiming multiple wins at the Dreamcrest Horse Trials in Port Perry, Ontario June 29 and 30. Phoenix won the CIC** with the small but mighty A Little Romance, an eight-year-old Trakehner mare by A Fine Romance owned by Anita and […]
Some riders claim they rode before they walked, but through her mom Kendal Lehari was riding before she was even born. Keep reading for more information.
Interval training - commonly used by human athletes - is repeated sets of exercise interspersed with periods of rest that allow your horse to recover his pre-working pulse rate before you go to the next interval. It strengthens your horse's muscles and respiratory system so he'll have the level of fitness required to compete.