Relax..Relax, that is the key. Soften the thigh, the ankle the knee. To close the leg, you use the calf. Let the seat work on the back half. Use that core a little bit more. Don't let the hands take all the galore. Elbows in for out is a sin, and don't forget to lift the chin. Controlling the angles soft n' light, helps any equestrian to ride a horse right. -Kairen Jamieson

WOW 😲 It sure takes a lot of concentration to run a horse through a show 😍 -Kairen Jamieson

Reading the Ears - Horse Emotions

You can't do anything more important than reading your horse's mood. They sign with their body language. Reading the Ears - Horse Emotions

[INFOGRAPHIC] Navicular Disease in Horses - The navicular is a tiny bone that can cause big problems in horses. It and its associated structures are responsible for up to 1/3 of all front-limb lamenesses. Learn more in our step-by-step visual guide from TheHorse.com and CEVA.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Navicular Disease in Horses - The navicular is a tiny bone that can cause big problems in horses. It and its associated structures are responsible for up to of all front-limb lamenesses.

Love this quote. Horse back riding is a humbling hobby.

Love this quote. Horse back riding is a humbling hobby.<<<<<<<<<It is not a hobby it is a grand passion.

Uphill and downhill horse conformation (neither is better or worse, it's just that some events are more suited to a particular type of confirmation)

a properly balanced rider will ensure a balanced horse! #schoolingsecrets

The challenge of sitting on a horse in balance may appear no more complex than any other form of balancing - just a case of getting your bearings and learn

How your riding position affects different parts of your horse.

Exercises to Develop Rider Strength in the Saddle « Best Horse Stalls – Classic Equine Equipment

Volume 1, No. 3 focuses on the benefits of gynmastic exercises for horse and rider. It also provides some simple trot pole exercises you can try at home. Based on a larger article from Issue 2, Athleticism. Download the PDF here: http://wp.me/p3ER8w-8B

Volume No. 3 is all about gymnastic exercises to help build horse and rider skill. It covers the benefits of gymnastic exercises, and has some great trot pole exercises to try. This HoofNote is …

hoofnotes horse gymnastics

Volume No. 3 is all about gymnastic exercises to help build horse and rider skill. It covers the benefits of gymnastic exercises, and has some great trot pole exercises to try. This HoofNote is …

On the bit....

Many international dressage horses are over bent at the poll and not collected correctly and the people are praised for it:(

Saddle Position

Saddle Position is important. At we like our students to be aware of all the factors that affect a horses welfare and ability to perform at its best !

Volume 1, No. 5 has our top tips for helping your horse over come his/her fear. This HoofNote is based on a larger article on desensitizing your horse, featured in Issue No. 3, Competitive Edge. Download the full PDF here: http://wp.me/p3ER8w-ae

Volume No. 5 has our top tips for helping your horse over come his/her fear. This HoofNote is based on a larger article on desensitizing your horse, featured in Issue No.

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