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  1. Guest Blog: Testing Hoof Wear in the North Cascades

    women and horses

    Have you ever wondered how a barefoot horse would do in steep, rocky terrain? Horsewoman and barefoot enthusiast Ruthie Thompson-Klein, of Equine Balance Hoof Care, recently … READ MORE »

  2. Uncovering (a Horse Named) Neela: Learning to be Confident in the Face of Crazy

    trainer and mare

    What would your horse do if you were to suddenly run past it while screaming? Would it bolt like a racehorse out of a gate or … READ MORE »

  3. HorseSafetyUSA: Guidelines for Choosing a Child’s Riding Lesson Program

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    Are you looking now for a summer horse program for the young horse lover in your house? Then you need to read the following tips from HorseSafetyUSA.com: … READ MORE »

  4. Horse Trainer Missy Wryn on Having the Invisible Tether

    Missy Wryn and horse Paco

    When was the last time you went on a “virtual ride” with a horse trainer? Internationally recognized horse whisperer Missy Wryn provides comprehensive horse management, horsetraining, and effective communication workshops, clinics, … READ MORE »

  5. Horse Rescue Report: Late-Winter Blues

    Banjo has just enjoyed a nice mud bath.

    Is the never-ending winter interfering with your horse life? Horse rescue advocate Cate Lamm weighs in on the topic: Here at the end of winter, with … READ MORE »

  6. Got 5 Minutes a Day to Improve Your Riding?

    jumping fixes horse book

    There’s a solid reason for that saying, “Never judge a book by its cover.” Especially if it’s a horse book, written by someone from a discipline … READ MORE »

  7. Changing Horse Interests

    BANJO_GRAZING

    As we grow in our horsemanship, often our focus of our goals for our horse life changes. That certainly happened with rescue horse advocate Cate Lamm, … READ MORE »

  8. Does Your Relationship with Your Horse Affect Your Soul?

    horse book

    Want to become a better rider or have a stronger relationship with your horse? Then work on yourself to become a better person. This is the … READ MORE »

  9. Helping Someone with Her Horsemanship? Make Sure You Do It Right

    teaching safe horsemanship book

    You’ve been riding long enough that some of your novice horse friends look to you for advice and tips. Maybe you’ve been asked to help at … READ MORE »

  10. Perfect Your Leg Position and Learn Proper Form for a Canter, Gallop or Jump from Bernie Traurig

    riding position DVD

    The first thought I had when I picked up the DVD “Developing Perfect Position” was, “Well, the hunter/jumper folks will find it handy.” I was wrong. … READ MORE »

  11. Janice Dulak: Ride with Your Body, Not Your Hands

    Nine Pilates Essentials for the Balanced Rider DVD

    Quick, without peeking at the rest of this article first, can you name the nine body parts that are essential to riding a horse? Give up? … READ MORE »

  12. Grab That Kitchen Counter and Get Into Ripped Riding Shape!

    Equibarre rider fitness DVD

    There are few horse people I know who enjoy spending time at the gym. Most of us want to spend every available minute at the barn, … READ MORE »

  13. Thrift Stores and Horse Owners: A Match Made in Heaven

    horse picking up basket

    After we went from owning two horses to owning four, I took the task of pinching pennies a lot more seriously. And that’s when I became … READ MORE »

  14. Lessons on Horsemanship and Life from Buck Brannaman

    Buck Branaman, horse trainer

    Ever the journalist, I still reach for a notebook and pen when I want to learn something, and that’s how I have started watching the 7 Clinics with … READ MORE »

  15. Do You Have a Larry, Keith or Buck in Your Life for Horse Advice?

    horse and rider

    Every time I bridle my horse, I feel compelled to put his halter and lead rope away instead of just keeping it hanging on the tie … READ MORE »

  16. Get Fit For Riding in the Warmth of Your Living Room

    Success in the Saddle DVD set

    There is one universal truth that all equestrians know: You can’t have success in the saddle without sweat. So this winter, while the cold and snow … READ MORE »

  17. Love Julie Goodnigh? Here’s Her 2014 Clinic Tour Dates

    Julie Goodnight

    If you’ve decided it’s time to go see Julie Goodnight in person, then you should keep this list of her 2014 clinic tour schedule—with opportunities to … READ MORE »

  18. Want to Learn How to Jump a Horse? There’s No Better Teacher Than George Morris

    George Morris DVD

    If you own a horse, chances are good that at some point you will ask that horse to jump something. It doesn’t matter if you enjoy … READ MORE »

  19. Because Your Horse Loves a Good Stretch Just as Much as You Do (If Not More)

    horse stretch book

    If you want to prevent your horse from becoming lame and also keep soreness at bay, consider Stretch Exercises for Your Horse: The Path to Perfect … READ MORE »

  20. Parelli: How to Pick the Perfect Equine Partner

    parelli and horse

    You love your horse. But are the two of you a good fit? Natural horsemanship trainer and clinician Pat Parelli offers some questions for you to … READ MORE »

  21. 10 Must-Haves for Every Rider’s Library

    Jonathan Field Liberty DVD series

    Riders from every discipline will find something in this list of books and DVDs that can help improve our horsemanship from the comfort of our couch. … READ MORE »

  22. In Riding, Failure Often Happens On The Way To Success

    Failure, and success, can happen any time you compete.

    When we have a horrible day riding our horse, can we learn anything from it? In this blog from Horse Journal’s Performance Editor John Strassburger, he points … READ MORE »

  23. Whoops, We Did It Again: Tackling Another Competitive Trail Ride

    horse and rider

    What a difference five months makes when it comes to riding in a competitive trail ride. This past April, upon being cleared to ride after nearly … READ MORE »

  24. American Cowboy, Country Music and Riding into the Sunset

    American Cowboy magazine

    Need a good Western song to ride your horse into the sunset with? Have you considered listening to Hank Williams–the third? If you haven’t given much … READ MORE »

  25. It Can Happen: Dressage and Natural Horsemanship Together in One Book

    dressage book

    The name of the co-author looked familiar: Betty Staley, who is prominently featured in the natural horsemanship series “7 Clinics with Buck Brannaman.” Also, the other … READ MORE »

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