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Working near horses and leading them might seem like the simplest thing you do every day, but there’s also a big safety risk if you’re not doing it correctly. To minimize the chance of an accident for you or...
    What will the judge look for in a model horse show? If it’s an Arabian class, the judge will look for the ideal conformation and characteristics of the breed, as well as colors allowed. For similar models in the...
Before you head out to the barn for those long summer rides, make sure your horse is in tip-top health for all the fun you have planned. Skin Care Just like you should put sunblock on exposed skin in the summertime...
This article was originally posted on August 1, 2008. One question we get asked a lot at Young Rider is "How do I get my horse on the bit?” Everyone talks about getting a horse on the bit, but what...
Everyone knows “you can’t judge a book by its cover,” and we also know that a good horse can come in any color. But let’s be honest. You’ve probably looked at a flashy, colorful horse and thought, “Wow!” And...
Kerrits asked Young Rider readers to dream up their ultimate pair of riding tights and show off their creativity. Plenty of you were up for the challenge. Kerrits chose two winning designs and made them into one-of-a-kind custom breeches...
Horses have a wide variety of personalities and temperaments, just like people. The hardworking horses used in lesson programs and at riding camps, however, seem to fit five specific types. While some are more challenging than others, they can...
It’s officially camp-planning season! Do you plan to return to horse camp this summer? If you’ve never gone, maybe it’s something you’ve always dreamed about. After all, what could be better than riding all day and making new friends?...
There’s something undeniably appealing about a horse with a full, shiny mane and tail. But taking care of those tresses requires some extra work! A big part of what makes those thick manes and tails is genetics. Some horses are...
Tying up your horse’s tail and keeping it wrapped or bagged is one way to prevent breakage and allow it to grow long. It does take away your horse’s natural defense against flies, so only do this if your...
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