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Western

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3 Ways to Harness The Power of Words

1. Choose “do” words Ella, an amateur rider trying desperately to conquer her nerves before her first competition, knows this phenomenon all too well. “I…

3 years ago

English

Do YOU have Warrior Thinking?

Tough thinking is not pie-in-the-sky thinking: “I am the greatest rider ever! I can beat anyone, anytime!” Sometimes toughness is wrongly associated with arrogance or…

3 years ago

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Don’t Ruin a Good Horse

The Retired Racehorse Project recently released the list of trainers for this year’s Thoroughbred Makeover, and as the winner of one of the disciplines from…

3 years ago

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How to Hang Up Bridles

You would think before ever jumping into to horseback riding, one would learn the basics of horsemanship. You would think. However, we know this is not…

3 years ago

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18 Signs You Grew Up Equestrian

1. Your horse was technically your first love. Having a better relationship with my horse than I've ever had with a guy #GrowingUpEquestrian — Shay…

3 years ago

Horsemanship

Just Another Deluded Cowboy

The kind and natural approach Several years ago, in search of an ethical alternative to the harsh and seemingly senseless mainstream training techniques, I began…

3 years ago

English

Rethink This the Next Time You Ride

Something interesting happened recently that served to drive home a central aspect of riding repeated time and time again by the classical masters; something that…

4 years ago