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Hunter Jumper

You have the opportunity to showcase all the hard work you and your horse have put into training at the barn when you are at a horse show. Whether you and your horse compete on the A-circuit or at...

Teach Your Horse to Jump

If you have a young horse or a horse that is brand new to jumping, it’s important to carefully introduce him to the sport so he will jump correctly and be confident over fences for the rest of his...
Q: When I ask my horse for a flying lead change, she makes quite the production; however, she does the change. She can do a simple change without any drama, but flying changes are preferred for hunters. What do...
Brian Walker and Tamara 296 at the HITS Ocala Grand Prix in 2015 For years Brian Walker has been regarded as one of the best young talents in the hunter/jumper industry. Brian, a dual Canadian and American citizen, has trained...
Q: How do I keep myself from getting left behind my horse over a fence? A: The first thing you can do is buy a neck strap or make one out of an old stirrup leather, and use it every...
Richie Moloney and Alsvid win the Accumulator Class at the 2015 CP National Horse Show on October 30. Popeye the Sailor Man, also known as Irish show jumper Richie Moloney, took first place on Friday night’s Accumulator Class sponsored by...
Practicing cantering in jumping position over ground poles is one way to help develop your eye for distances without wearing your horse out over jumps. Q: I ride a wonderful horse, but I just can’t seem to get a consistent...
Not everyone can afford a set of custom-made jumps, and there’s nothing wrong with creating your own fences, but safety is still key, no matter how creative you get. Some fences are never safe to use for jumping. These...
Q: My horse has a tendency to completely ignore me at the canter. He shoves his head out and forward, opens his mouth to evade the bit, and runs off. Usually I’m heading to a jump when he gets...
Love them or hate them, flat classes are part of every hunter rider’s world. Bad transitions, blown leads and the dreaded spook in the corner are common mistakes committed in the ring. Fortunately, there are things you can you...
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