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Young Rider

Reining combines speed, control and exciting maneuvers that will make your heart pound. Each of the moves in a reining pattern is designed to show how athletic and well-trained your horse is. The sport originated from the maneuvers of...
Posting the trot is a skill like riding a bike: Once you learn to do it well, you won’t forget how, no matter how long it’s been since you last sat on a horse. If you learn to “rise...
International event rider Elisa Wallace loves to compete on her athletic Thoroughbreds, which include her off-track mount Simply Priceless (“Johnny”). In 2016, they had a top-10 finish at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and served as an alternate on...
There’s just something extraordinary about the Friesian horse. Big, bold and brilliant, with stunning good looks and plenty of talent and power, the Friesian is easily recognizable thanks to its striking black coloring and abundant leg feathering. Here are...
Q: I have an OTTB (off the track Thoroughbred). When he gets anxious, he grinds his teeth and tilts his head to one side. It’s extremely annoying when I’m trying to ride. Any suggestions? A: Young Thoroughbreds are taught to...
You can ride western in a snaffle or curb bit, depending on what your horse goes best in. Your saddle should fit your horse comfortably, not rubbing on his withers. Western saddles typically have a simple cinch, but...
Feeding your pony right is one of the most important ways to keep him healthy. With a little know-how, you can keep an eye on his diet and make sure he’s getting the best nutrition possible. Check out these...
Thoroughbred mare Arravale with her 2018 colt by American Pharoah

Foal Patrol

By Dorothy M. Callahan It was cold. Late March can be like that in upstate New York. Light snow from the last storm blew around outside the barn. Inside, Greg and Trina were taking turns every other hour watching Memento...
It’s good to know the actual height of your horse, especially if you are showing, shipping, or selling him. Horses are measured in hands. Each hand is 4 inches. Horses can be 15.3 hands, but they can’t be 15.4 hands—that...
If you have a finished horse that doesn’t need a lot of work on the barrel pattern, the last thing you want to do is drill the cloverleaf over and over while you work to perfect your seat and...
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