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The most important role of equestrian clothing is for security Although horses can be trained they can be unforeseeable when provoked. Riders are susceptible while riding and handling horses, espec… Horse Information, Horse Exercises, Horse Riding Tips, Horse Anatomy, Horse Facts, Horse Saddles, Western Saddles, Horse Halters, Horse Grooming

3 STEPS TO CORRECT SADDLE PLACEMENT – HORSE SADDLE SET UP

Saddle position on your horse’s body effects performance and comfort (for both of you) significantly. Here are some simple tips to give you confidence you’re setting up your equipment i…

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Do You Have the Right Size Cinch For Your Horse?

One of the most essential pieces of tack a horse owner can have is a cinch. But let’s face it, many horse owners aren’t aware of how to measure their horse for a cinch, or how important it i…

Five Exercises to Improve Your Riding Seat and Leg Position - Best Equitation Horse Equestrian Boots, Equestrian Outfits, Equestrian Style, Equestrian Fashion, Horse Face, My Horse, Riding Hats, Riding Clothes, Riding Gear

Five Exercises to Improve Your Riding Seat and Leg Position

Develop a balanced seat for horseback riding with these tips from the AQHA international horsemanship camp in Sweden.

Unhappy with your horse’s lazy backup? Activate his hind end to solve this frustrating problem. Equestrian Boots, Equestrian Outfits, Equestrian Style, Equestrian Fashion, My Horse, Horse Riding, Riding Gear, Western Riding, Horse Tips

How to Improve Your Horse’s Lazy Backup

Unhappy with your horse’s lazy backup? Activate his hind end to solve this frustrating problem.

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Moving Off Your Leg

Teaching your horse to move off your leg is an essential part of riding and should be one of the first things you work on in the saddle. Whether you show your horse or like to trail ride, it's something that you'll use to prepare for lope departures, lead changes, and successful spins.

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3 Steps to Stronger Stifles

Progressive stretching and strengthening exercises that target specific muscles and ligaments can keep this important joint in peak condition.

10 Quick Tips: Ranch Riding with Marty Oak Simper - GoHorseShow Horse Training Tips, Horse Tips, Western Riding, Western Tack, Western Horsemanship, Ranch Riding, Horse Magazine, Horse Camp, Horse Show Clothes

10 Quick Tips: Ranch Riding with Marty Oak Simper - GoHorseShow

Ranch riding is rapidly becoming one of the most popular classes on both the AQHA and APHA circuits for amateurs, youth, and open exhibitors alike. Horses that are fabulous athletes but may not be slow enough for the pleasure or ground covering enough for the hunter under saddle seem to have found a place in […]

At Paint and Quarter Horse shows across the country, it’s hard to miss the fact that Ranch Riding classes, formerly known as Ranch Horse Pleasure, are drawing huge numbers. Horseback Riding Tips, Horse Riding Tips, Horse Tips, Cute Horse Pictures, Cowgirl Pictures, Training Exercises, Training Tips, Ranch Riding, Horse Games

Ranch Horse Riding Fundamentals – Part 1

At Paint and Quarter Horse shows across the country, it’s hard to miss the fact that Ranch Riding classes, formerly known as Ranch Horse Pleasure, are drawing huge numbers. During its initial rollout, the class was disparaged by some as being “a water-downed version of Reining.” Others saw it as an injection of renewed vitality. Clearly, the explosive growth is fueled by one simple fact: exhibitors find it fun. Yet, there are still numerous misconceptions about Ranch Riding, leaving many…

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10 Quick Tips: Ranch Riding with Marty Oak Simper - GoHorseShow

Ranch riding is rapidly becoming one of the most popular classes on both the AQHA and APHA circuits for amateurs, youth, and open exhibitors alike. Horses that are fabulous athletes but may not be slow enough for the pleasure or ground covering enough for the hunter under saddle seem to have found a place in […]

AQHA: Three Tips for the Correct Upper Body Position in Horsemanship Horseback Riding Tips, Horse Riding Tips, Rodeo Outfits, Rodeo Clothes, Western Horsemanship, Ranch Riding, Horse Information, Reining Horses, Western Riding

Three Tips for the Correct Upper Body Position in Horsemanship

At the 2016 AQHA International Horsemanship Camp in Germany, Oklahoma State University instructors demonstrate the upper body position called for in horsemanship classes.

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Ranch Horse Riding Fundamentals – Part 2

It was immediately clear, when I first dove into the whats, how-tos and wherefores of Ranch Riding, that no mere 10,000 hours, let alone a few thousand words, would adequately cover this fun and addicting class. Sure, one could describe it as a pattern class with lots of transitions. Certainly one could expand upon on its return to the fundamentals of Horsemanship. It would be easy to explain that a horse and rider simply move forward with purpose through different obstacles and maneuvers…

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Front End Control: YIELDING the FORE-QUARTERS - Performance Horse Digest

Goal To have the horse pivot on his hindquarters and move his front end away from you 360 degrees. Why A lot of horses, especially those that are really pushy and disrespectful, use their head, neck and shoulders to push you around and move you out of their way. If you don’t teach your horse […]

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Improving Impulsion in the Reining Horse

With Jonathan Newnham - All reining horses must go forward powerfully. Good impulsion is necessary for a horse to effectively use the power in his hindquarters and back. A hollow-backed horse will not be soft on your hands and/or legs without the maximum use of his hind end, back, withers, and neck.

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Ranch Riding: Does Style and Breeding Matter? - GoHorseShow

Ranch Riding, formerly Ranch Horse Pleasure, is one of the quickest growing events in both the AQHA and APHA. This fast paced, exciting class may lack the bling and flash of its other western counterparts, but it makes up for it in powerful extended gaits, quick stops, and turnarounds. This class has not only drawn […]

Ranch Riding: 7 Tips to Improve Your Scores Horse Riding Tips, Horse Tips, My Horse, Broken Horses, Ranch Riding, American Quarter Horse, Horse Ranch, Horse Training, Horse Care

Ranch Riding: 7 Tips to Improve Your Scores

Ranch riding is challenging because it has elements of speed and a pattern to follow that requires you to learn how to adjust under the pressure of competition. Prepare for AQHA’s ranch riding class with these tips from trainer Trevor Carter. Ranch riding is challenging because it has elements of speed and a pattern to follow that requires you to learn how to adjust under the pressure of competition. Prepare for AQHA’s ranch riding...