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If a horse learns to soften and shape his body at the trot while doing this exercise, it should help him to eventually change leads very simply. Jean Abernethy illustration

Training For Lead Changes Part I If a horse learns to soften and shape his body at the trot while doing this exercise, it should help him to eventually change leads very simply.

Teal Filigree/Chestnut Leather One Ear Tack Set w/Teal Crystal Rhinestone Conchos

Teal Filigree/Chestnut Leather One Ear Tack Set w/Teal & Turquoise Crystal Rhinestone Conchos

Teal Filigree/Chestnut Leather One Ear Tack Set w/Teal Crystal Rhinestone Conchos On a palomino 😍

Horse Training During Warm-Ups- Quick and effective warmups when pressed for time

Horse Training During Warm-Ups -- The reverse-arc turn warm-up will get your horse focused and ready to work, no matter the arena setting.

BITS, BITS, BITS! Check out this in-depth tool BITOLOGY to help horse owners learn more about which bit is right for them.

Check out this in-depth tool BITOLOGY to help horse owners learn more about which bit is right for them. Ok info, but refers to Tom thumbs as snaffles

Training your horse to jump 'scary' jumps

Taking your jumper to a horseshow usually means getting the horse exposed to many different colourful and potential fear eliciting stimuli (otherwise known as ‘

From a 2005 clinic with equitation and jumping expert George Morris, here are two exercises you can set up in your own ring. From the editors of Practical Horseman magazine.

Two George Morris Jumping Exercises - Expert advice on horse care and horse riding

Run free and be who you are

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is one of my favorite movies,it just makes so much sense and I love it! the horses are so pretty and i could watch that movie every day!

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BIT BASICS (SNAFFLE) – A HoofNotes Infographic Do you have the facts on one of the most common bits used in riding today?

Good list of bits and explanations to what they're used for in training

Good list of bits and explanations to what they're used for in training. Always check straps for length and evenness and your buckles every single time. takes 60 seconds could save your horse or yourself.

The accuracy of your aids and your horse’s willingness to listen and cooperate are critical to smooth and accomplished riding.

The accuracy of your aids and your horse’s willingness to listen and cooperate are critical to smooth and accomplished riding

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