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Abigail Boatwright

How to Wake Up a Lazy Horse

Slow and steady wins the race, right? However, a lackadaisical horse isn’t always a good thing. When you feel like…

3 years ago

Address Your Horse’s Head Tossing Habit

Few things are more annoying than a horse that tosses his head under saddle. It’s hard to focus or get…

3 years ago

How to Stop Your Horse from Bucking

Any horse can buck—that’s just how they’re wired. Whether you’re logging a young horse’s very first trip under saddle or…

4 years ago

Glossary of Reining Moves

Reining combines speed, control and exciting maneuvers that will make your heart pound. Each of the moves in a reining…

4 years ago

Western Training: To Post or Not to Post

If you’re a western rider, you probably sit when your horse trots (unless your horse is long-trotting, when you may…

4 years ago

Cade McCutcheon: Bringing Home the Gold

Cade McCutcheon has spent most of his 18 years aboard reining horses. His dad Tom McCutcheon, mom Mandy McCutcheon, grandparents…

4 years ago

How to Ride the Rollback

The rollback is a distinctive reining maneuver designed to showcase the performance horse’s athletic ability and willingness to be guided.…

4 years ago

Earn Your Spurs

Spurs can seem like a ubiquitous piece of any horseman’s gear, but they’re not always necessary—or even desirable. Certified Horsemanship…

4 years ago

Clydesdale: King of Breeds

We see them during the Super Bowl in Budweiser commercials. They tour the country, making special appearances as a six-horse…

4 years ago

Fit Rider: A Learning Experience

You learn something new every day. At least, that’s how the saying goes, right? But at some point, you might…

5 years ago