In this excerpt from her book Horse Brain, Human Brain, brain scientist and horsewoman Janet Jones explains the difference between what you see on course and what your horse sees. Horses often give the impression of superb...» Read More!
In this excerpt from The Horse in Positive Tension, movement analysis specialist Stefan Stammer takes a close look at the term “supple,” what it is and what it is not, and how it all applies...» Read More!
In this excerpt from her book Pilates for Horses, eventer and Pilates instructor Laura Reiman teaches us two great (and simple!) exercises to strengthen your horse’s core and thoracic sling, and increase his ability to...» Read More!
In this excerpt from his international bestselling memoir In the Middle Are the Horsemen, eventer Tik Maynard ponders a controversial theory from the jumping coach of one of the best riders in the world. A...» Read More!
In this excerpt from her book The Athletic Equestrian, Sally Batton (head coach of the Dartmouth College Division I Varsity Equestrian Team for 30 years) teaches us a little trick to change the way we...» Read More!
In this excerpt from her new book Ultimate Exercise Routines for Riders, certified personal trainer and horsewoman Laura Crump Anderson explains why strength is important for equestrians and what we must push through to get...» Read More!
In this excerpt from Anne Kursinski’s Riding & Jumping Clinic, Olympian Anne Kursinski tells us how she schools transitions in order to improve balance and self-carriage in all her horses. Transitions — particularly downward transitions,...» Read More!
In this excerpt from her book 55 Corrective Exercises for Horses, trainer Jec Ballou shows how creative use of our environment can provide all we need to counter a horse’s problematic posture or movement patterns....» Read More!
In this excerpt from her book Beyond the Track, Thoroughbred Program Director for New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program Anna Ford explains the four things you need to consider before beginning a retraining program for your...» Read More!
In this excerpt from her book Brain Training for Riders, eventer and former psychotherapist Andrea Waldo tells us two things we need in order to successfully deal with a thing we fear. The brain’s number...» Read More!
We’ve partnered with Horse and Rider Books (Trafalgar Square Books) to give away a copy of a few of their most popular titles this holiday season. We’re into the third and final book giveaway of...» Read More!
Our show season may have ground to a halt but that doesn’t mean we have to stop learning and improving ourselves as riders and horsemen. This four-book bundle from our good friends at Horse and...» Read More!