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Layout for schooling courses. I like the four jumps with one standard in common in the middle.

I'm going to try this but with poles on the ground instead of jumps - looks like a good schooling exercise for keeping the horse's attention.

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

I have a loose ring jointed snaffle that I keep around, though I mostly ride in a bosal. I used to have a horse that I rode in a full cheek jointed snaffle, I LOVED how she performed in it.

How to braid a mane

One of the most simple pleasures in life is taking the time to braid your horse's hair. We've put together a few of the most interesting photos and ideas.

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Riding on the bit versus riding a hollow-backed, ewe-necked horse above the bit or a horse behind the vertical.

Focus on Transitions – Week 2 Posted by Horse Listening

Week week, we started with three forms of transitions: change of direction (bend), change of gait (walk-trot-walk) and change of circle size and circles). The idea was to negotiate those c…

This infographic tells you a lot that you need to know as a new rider. Find out the correct riding position, how to mount and dismount a horse, etc.

This infographic tells you all you need to know as a new rider. Find out the correct riding position, how to mount and dismount a horse and the correc