In this excerpt from Training Horses the Ingrid Klimke Way, Olympic eventer Ingrid Klimke explains her views on respecting each horse as an individual and the superior results you can attain when you allow a...» Read More!
In this excerpt from his book Core Conditioning for Horses, Simon Cocozza tells us why we can’t always blame ourselves when we can’t sit the trot, get the horse in front of the leg, or...» Read More!
Riding For The Team, a new book from Trafalgar Square Books and the United States Equestrian Team Foundation, edited by Nancy Jaffer, shares the experiences of athletes from all eight FEI sports. Among them is this...» Read More!
In this excerpt from his book The Riding Horse Repair Manual, Pan American Games Team USA gold medal winner Doug Payne tells us how to analyze where you are now so you can get where...» Read More!
In this excerpt from Rider + Horse = 1, leading expert in movement and riding Eckart Meyners is joined by Hannes Müller and Kerstin Niemann in explaining how half of anything can make the whole...» Read More!
In this excerpt from his book The Rider’s Pain-Free Back, retired neurosurgeon and horseman Dr. James Warson explains why eventers can be prone to back pain. To persons who are not jumping enthusiasts, falls are...» Read More!
In this excerpt from his book “Horses Came First, Second, and Last,” the late great Olympic event coach Jack Le Goff gives us his seven tried-and-true rules for mentally and physically preparing the horse for...» Read More!
In this excerpt from Jump Course Design Manual by hunter rider Susan Tinder, we see our way clear with lines and combinations, and learn the trick to setting them square at home so we can nail...» Read More!