Comprendre l’équilibre du cheval | Isa Danne
Tout d’abord, il faut bien comprendre qu’il n’y a pas qu’un équilibre. Un cheval peut être dans un équilibre sur les épaules, sur les hanches, horizontal… cependant il n’y a qu’un équilibre qui permettra aux chevaux de bien porter leur cavalier et d’être totalement disponibles sous la selle, c’est ce qu’on appelle le rassembler classique…
Train with Badminton winner Jonelle Price: a grid to improve straightness and agility - Horse & Hound
Riding down a curved line of fences improves the horse’s obedience and suppleness
Arena Exercises for Fun & Problem-Solving
If you've fallen into a horseback riding rut, try our 10 basic arena exercises. They'll have you and your horse moving in a whole new direction
The Ever Versatile Leg Yield
Many riders only know the leg yield as that annoying movement in first level. It is a murky concept to many riders, who are left scratching their heads as they go up centerline and hear that they were supposed to bend their horse THE OTHER WAY! And that they WERE YIELDING THE WRONG DIRECTION!
Thirty-minute flatwork exercises | Schooling plans | Horse&Rider Magazine
Sometimes planning and executing an effective schooling session can feel like a mission, Horse&Rider has designed some great 30-minute schooling plans here.
Ask the Ringmaster: Shiny Boots | Oughton Limited
Dear Ringmaster, How do you get your boots mirror-reflective? Billie from Wellington Dear Billie from Wellington: How to get that deep dark shine that lasts for days?: the trick to getting your boots mirror-reflective is polish, buff, and repeat. Start with good, old-fashioned boot polish [try Kiwi or Diamond brand] […]
7 (Very Short) Lessons with Eric Lamaze
Ever dream of having a riding lesson with Olympic Gold Medalist Eric Lamaze? Here's your chance. (Your very brief, micro-lesson mini-chance. It's almost as...
Kindergarten Exercises to Learn the Aids
World Cup finalist George Williams gives you nine exercises to become more effective with the application and timing of your aids.
Equine Lower Back Soreness
OH MY ACHIN’ BACK: Equine Acupressure for a Sore BackAmy Snow & Nancy Zidonis Horses are not really designed to carry heavy loads on their backs. Their muscles and the bone structure of the spinal column are sensitive to pressure and cannot perform properly and comfortably when overly stressed. Domesticated horses
The Indirect Rein of Opposition Behind the Wither
The fifth and final rein aid , the Indirect Rein of Opposition Behind the Wither, is perhaps the most important in executing more adv...