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Loping Lessons

If you’ve spent some time walking and jogging your horse, chances are you’re looking forward to loping. For most riders this is the most exciting gait and many of the most popular western sports like barrel racing and reining...
5 Steps To Follow Do you have a horse that doesn’t know how to jump? Maybe he’s a western pleasure horse and you’ve decided you’d like to ride him English-style. Maybe he’s a young, green horse that has never popped...
Want to know a secret? Well, let me tell you something that very few people know. The better your horse can move sideways, the better he does everything else! Did you know that?  Think you’re ready to start? Hold...
Get back in control of your horse or pony Is your horse a speed demon? When you ask her to move up a gear, does she move up three? While galloping along at 100 miles per hour might be appropriate...
Did you know that the word "dressage” comes from a French word that means "to train”? Every time you sit on a horse and school him on the flat, you are doing dressage. Doing flatwork may seem boring at...
In part five of our amazing series, Linda Parelli of Parelli Natural Horsemanship teaches you "The Circling Game.” You and your fave horse will be spinning and having fun! The Circling Game is really fun because your horse has to...
Remember how you used steady pressure in the Porcupine Game to get your horse to move? Well, in the Driving Game, you don’t touch him at all! The Driving Game teaches your horse to yield from your signal instead...
If you ride western style, you know that the way you sit in the saddle is very important. Just because the saddle is comfy and wide, it doesn’t mean that you can relax and completely forget about your position.The...

Bareback riding can be lots of fun, and it can improve your riding skills, too. When you ride without a saddle, you have to rely on your seat, your legs and your balance more than usual. You learn to...
Vitamin A Your horse must have vitamin A in his diet. Vitamin A is found in fresh plants. If your horse eats lots of green and leafy grass and hay, he should get enough vitamin A. Ponies that lack vitamin...
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